Nigerians have been advised to adopt the Rotary club system, a system devoid of tribalism, racism, socio-economic differences and generational barriers.

The Assistant Governor, District 9110, Nigeria, Rotarian Sam Nwakohu gave the advice in Lagos during the investiture of the President of the Rotary Club of Victoria Island East.

Rotarian Sam who was the Chairman of the event explained that the Rotary system which is based on the four-way test of truth, fairness, goodwill and benefit of all, pointed out that the Rotary Club had been making positive impact globally because members deliberately choose to live their lives rendering services to others by applying the four-way test in their personal, business and community life.

Speaking on the insecurity and socio-economic situation in the Country, Rotarian Sam noted that the attendant problems would gradually disappear if citizens apply the four-way test, cooperate with and support government at all levels.

“Government is doing everything in its power to ensure that there is peace and stability in the country. Even in our homes, there are times things are not the way we want them to be my advice is that everybody should try and participate, they should do their bit, just the way we do in Rotary”

On his part, Rotarian Gbemi Oyeneyin who was invested as the 33rd President of Rotary Club of Victoria Island East stated that in continuation of the work carried out at Victoria Island primary school in the last Rotary year, the club would be rehabilitating and equipping the school library among other things.

Five new members were inducted into the club during the ceremony while fund was raised for the proposed projects which the Club intends to carry out during the 2019/2020 Rotary year.

Omolara Omosanya