Ikenegbu Rotary Club donates borehole to Orji school

By Our Reporter
A borehole project built by the Rotary Club of Ikenegbu Zone 18 District 9142 for the staff and students of Orji “Comprehensive Secondary School has been commissioned.
The borehole is 250 metres deep and has a twenty feet tank stand to support it.  The project is powered by a 38 KVA generator also donated by the rotary Club.
Commissioning the borehole, the District governor of the Club, Rotarian Emma Udeh Akpeh commended the Rotary Club Ikenegbu for promoting the image of the club through the execution of the laudable project.
Speaking also the President of the club, Rotarian Lady Chioma Nwaolisa expressed gratitude to the Almighty God for making it possible for the club to complete the project.  He informed the excited staff and students of the school that Rotary International Organisation is all about service to humanity, as a way of making the world a better place for all.
The staff and students of the school also expressed happiness that the Rotary Club came to their aid and commended the President Rtn Lady Chioma Nwaolisa and all who contributed to towards the successful execution of the project for their magnanimity.
The Orji community also appreciated the club for the donation.  The ceremony was attended by Rotarians, and the cream of the Orji community.

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