Rotary Club of Alagbado, Mende Midtown Plant Trees to Save Ecosystem

In a bid to curb the adverse effect of the climate change in the ecosystem, Rotary Club of Alagbado and Mende Midtown in Maryland have planted trees to save the planet earth, at Lagos Muslim International School in Ojokoro area of Lagos.

The President of Rotary Club of Alagbado, Rotarian Yekinni Razaq-Adeyemi at the project site handed over the planted trees to the school management and urged them to nurture, protect and secure for the good of all.

“We are Rotarians and what we do is doing good across our world and one among the hundreds of goods we do is to save our ecosystem with tree planting”.

On his part the President of Mende Midtown, Rotarian Femi Emmanuel noted that self-help is the best help through tree planting and one of the ways to provide safe heaven for everyone.

Present at the event is Mr. Fasasi Olatunbosun, the Chief Whip of Ojokoro Local Council Development Area, who also planted one of the trees.

He called on other clubs and groups to join Rotary in making the world a better place for all.

The representative of school management, Mrs. Aguda Habdulai who appreciated the kind gesture of the Rotary Clubs, assured that the trees will be properly managed.

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