Rotary club of Nigeria RTN has been described as an organization that gives high premium to service to humanity centered on uplifting people.
This idea was brought to bear during the Installation Ceremony of the 38th president of Rotary Club of Umuahia Central Rotarian Glory Emuchay which held at the Opara Auditorium Umuahia which saw the convergence of Rotarians around Nigeria to witness the graceful and colourful event that went down in grand style.
Speaking to newsmen, the 38th President Rotary Club of Umuahia central Glory Emuchay expressed happiness on achieving the great feat adding that she will be bringing a lot to the table for the overall interest for what Rotary Club stands for as she pleaded for the support of all members of the club to enable her succeed in her new position.
Also speaking, the out gone president, Rotarian Eugene Uhuaba who threw more light on what Rotary stands for wished the new president well in her administration and also thanked all that made his administration a success.
The past Assistant governor of Rotary Club Umuahia and the Chairman installation Committee for the 38th President Sir Onyii Nwamah lauded the role and place of women so far in Rotary as he called for new entrants into the club.
Another Rotarian Adeze Iroegbu harped on the good qualities of the new President expressing confidence that she will excel in her new role.
Speaking also, a Rotarian Akan emah; Governor-Elect of Uyo District Akwa Ibom state maintained that Rotary Club has all its plan well thought out and arranged ahead of time as the club leaves no room for vacuum stressing that Rotarians are always good and hard working people.
Daily Trail news reports that the event saw the presence of crème-de-la-crème in society including the Secretary to Abia State Government; Barrister Chris Ezem, Local Government Chairman of Ukwa East, Abia state Hon. Chuks Nwagbara, Abia state Commissioner for Documentation and Strategy Hon. Ugochukwu Emezue amongst other dignitaries.
The event also saw electrifying performance by the Ndoki cultural group who were on ground to show solidarity for their daughter.