Fitness club restates commitment to wellbeing of Nigerians
Diamond Fitness Club of Nigeria has said it is committed to the wellbeing and physical condition of Nigerians. The club also urged people to continue to engage in physical activity as it plays a vital role in the mental and social wellbeing of individual. The newly-elected president of the club, Chief Emmanuel Okafor made these remarks during the inauguration of the new executive in Lagos.
According to Okafor, engaging in physical activity plays a critical role in the total behavioural development of an individual and also helps in preventing a lot of sicknesses. While advising Nigerians to desist from a sedentary lifestyle, he stated that one of the agenda of the club was to assist disabled and other less-privileged people achieve their dreams in the society.
“We are expecting a better and much functional fitness club that will impact actively on the wellbeing of the people. This club has been helpful to the society, from time to time, we are able to give help to the society and Nigeria as a whole in the area of wellbeing and healthy lifestyle. Many people have been impacted through our club.“Our objective emphasises on fitness, jogging and creation of awareness among Nigerians on the need for corporate organisations to be committed to their corporate social responsibilities by providing for the people the needed welfare.”
The outgoing president, Chief Jude Onyebuchi, on his part, said the club has being in the forefront of empowering the less-privileged by engaging them through its life-enriching platforms.
“We are committed to empowering the less-privileged through our social wellbeing programmes. We are excited that so many of our young professionals have embraced these programmes and are making efforts to succeed in their endeavours. Diamond, as a brand, recognises can-do-it spirit in them and would do everything within its powers to support their dreams. I urge well-meaning corporate organisations and individuals to join hands with the club to bring relief to the disabled,”
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