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Rotary president pledges sustenance of micro-credit scheme

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President of the Rotary Club of Lagos, Mr. Wale Agbeyangi,


President of the Rotary Club of Lagos, Mr. Wale Agbeyangi, has pledged to expand the club’s micro-credit scheme exponentially for the benefit of more businesses on Lagos Island.
  
Speaking after his investiture as the 61st president of the club in Lagos, who is also the Group Managing Director/CEO of Cordros Capital Limited, explained that expanding the scheme had become imperative because of its significance to traders and other petty businesses that rely on such facilities to break even.
  
He explained that one of the ways he intends to achieve this would be to mobilise support from partners, friends,and other members of the club towards the project.   
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He also assured communities on the Lagos Island axis of the commitment of the new leadership to continue with the legacies of its predecessors.
  
Agbeyangi said: “This year, we have been able to assemble people who are committed to the cause of Rotary. So, expectations are very high, but we are determined to ensure the ideals of the club are upheld. We intend to expand the micro-credit scheme exponentially to enable more businesses to benefit.
 
“Besides, we’ll ensure we embark on projects in Rotary Club’s seven areas of focus. For instance, we’ll continue to construct schools in areas where there are no schools, and aggressively pursue other projects that will benefit the communities on Lagos Island.”

The new club president stated that one of the significance of the installation ceremony was the launch of a ‘Coffee Book,’ which documents the activities of the club in the past 60 years.
  
The club’s chairman, Public Image Committee and Editorial Board, Femi Ojumu, described the new president as well equipped to continue from where his predecessor stopped.

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