As part of its resolve to remedy vital community needs, the Rotary Club Abuja has donated a borehole to provide potable drinking water and constructed eight units of modern water system toilets for pupils and staff of LEA Primary School, Tunga-Maje.
Commissioning the projects at the weekend, President of the club, Barr. Ezenwa Anummu, said the gesture was the club’s support to ensuring a conducive atmosphere for teaching and learning.
He explained that the projects were done from resources commuted by members with the support of like minds in line with the club’s objective of supporting communities.
Anummu used the opportunity to appeal to teachers of the school to redouble their efforts in impacting knowledge and morals in the pupils whom he affirmed are leaders of tomorrow.
For his part, the District 9125 Governor of the club, Tolu Pmatsola noted that the club’s intervention covered basic needs of human needs such as education, sanitation, health amongst others.
He explained that the club was a gathering of professionals and businessmen who are committed to helping communities and enjoined others with similar passion to join the club for greater reach.
Responding to the gesture, Executive Chairman, FCT Universal Basic
Education Board, UBEB Alhaji Umar Barau said the club was fulfilling the dream of the FCTA policy through infrastructural development in the school.
He appealed to other organisations that are progressive and humanitarian minded to also contribute to educational development.
Earlier in a welcome address, the Head Teacher of the school, Mrs. Ugwanyi Christiana while thanking the club, recalled that it had in 2014 renovated two blocks of class rooms and provided 100 pieces of pupil’s furniture.

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