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Club decries insecurity, moves to build toilet facilities in Lagos

By Guardian Editor
17 January 2023   |   3:57 am
The Lagos Imperial Lions Club, District 404B-2, has expressed worries over increasing insecurity in the country, urging the Federal Government to take necessary measures to curb the situation ahead of this year’s election. The Charter Third President of the club, Olumide Adeyemi, who stated this during the investiture of the club officers, which also attracted…

The Lagos Imperial Lions Club, District 404B-2, has expressed worries over increasing insecurity in the country, urging the Federal Government to take necessary measures to curb the situation ahead of this year’s election.

The Charter Third President of the club, Olumide Adeyemi, who stated this during the investiture of the club officers, which also attracted fund-raising and presentation of awards, said: “Security generally is bad in the nation and if that is not put in check, it might actually disrupt our election. So, insecurity needs to be addressed and the electorate need to be sensitised about their civic rights.
“It is a privilege among so many to be elected as a president to lead the service year. So, it’s a year in which we have set out a lot to achieve, especially in impacting humanity.”

He added that the club had obtained approval from Lagos State government to build six toilets in a public primary school in Ogba, Lagos, with an estimated cost of N3.9 million

A member of the club, Adebayo Abolarin, said the major objective of the charter is service to humanity.

Also, Chief of Staff to the District Governor and the global membership team Coordinator, Olukayode Abayomi Ojo, said the club is determined to create awareness about humanitarian needs around the world and how to meet the needs of the community.

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