Rotary club president to focus on peace, education and health – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

The new president of the Rotary Club of Barnawa, Rotarian Kyuma Kennedy Yilbin, has pledged to focus on peace and conflict resolution, education, health and tree planting as her four-pronged agenda. mandate.

Speaking at her inauguration, fundraiser and awards on Saturday, Rotarian Kyuma said of Rotary’s seven focus areas, she has decided to focus on organizing the Rotary process. consolidating peace among young people in the region, helping the sick who could not afford treatment, planting trees to strengthen the environment and improve education in the community.

According to Rotarian Kyuma, “Rotary is about service to humanity and impacting the community, giving to those in need, touching lives, giving water to communities that have not. hope, to provide medical supplies, to provide support for education, to empower people. I have committed members as a team, we will carry out many worthy projects that would benefit the community.

“Our society needs awareness and a program that would bring peace. I have a project where we will bring together the young people of Narayi, Barnawa, Kakuri, Rigasa, Makera, Nasarawa to preach peace to them. I will consider education as the foundation of any society.

“In the health field, we have a lot of people in our community who cannot afford to treat themselves, local hospitals that lack equipment to treat our people, we would provide these hospitals with medical equipment to have an impact on the health of our people. Planting trees is a very important aspect of the environment, we are going to plant trees and develop gardens in schools.

Former Barnawa Rotary Club Presidents, Rotarian Abdul Audu, in his farewell address said last year has been very eventful, as the whole of 2020 has been taken over by Covid-19 as activities were at their lowest.

“Even this year’s events have been hit and miss. The Rotary Club of Barnawa has worked with other Rotary clubs to address Rotary International’s six areas of focus.

“We provided a borehole at Unguwar Mada (near the tollgate), meet the needs of mothers without mothers, sharing palliatives during the Covid-19 era. She started working on July 1, she would continue where we left off, ”he said.

Awards were presented to Minority Whip, Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Yakubu Umar Barde and Senator Shehu Sani.

Chiroman Zazzau and Makera District Chief Alhaji Shehu Tijjani Chiroman was also honored for his efforts to end polio in Nigeria.

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