Hope rises as Oghara rotary President Proffers solution to polio disease

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Kparobo Ehvwubare
As part of effort to commemorate and celebrate World Polio day, the rotary President of Oghara club, Rotarian Progress Atumah has identified proper breast feeding, regular immunization of children as solution to polio free society.
Rotarian Atumah stated this in Sapele while fielding questions from newsmen during a road walk to mark the World Polio Day tagged “End Polio Now” organized by rotary international, where all rotary clubs are expected to be part of.
The Oghara rotary president who also used the opportunity to educate members of the public that rotary was not a secret cult but a group of like minds who are willing to serve humanity society, but noted that rotary was not met for jobless people. While calling on well meaning individuals to join rotary.
Atumah lamented that Nigeria, the giant of Africa was among the three countries that is still battling with polio disease, while calling for proactive measures from individuals, cooperate bodies and government to combat the disease. Noted that rotary was ready to partner with anyone with the view to sending polio into oblivion.
The road walk show where Rotarians in zone B that comprises of Oghara club, Sapele urban and metropolitan took Rotarians to various streets and roads in Sapele which include; Akintola road, Okpe road,  Abeke road down to Gana health center where babies were immunized against polio.

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