Lagos Metro. Lion club Commissions Legacy Project in Agege Government Primary School
The Lagos Metropolitan Lions club has commissioned a block of 10 unit toilet facility, to Jubril Martins government primary school, Dopemu, Agege, Lagos, in order to mark the Lions legacy project for 2021/ 2022 Lions year.
Also donated was a two unit stores with pipe borne water and 4000litres overhead tank for the toilet and other water needs.
Speaking at the commissioning, the District Governor, Lions club International, Lion Kayode Oshinuga said that environmental sustainability was one of the major cardinal points of lions club international.
Also Speaking, the chartered president of the Lagos Metropolitan Lions club, Lion Franklin Udah, said that the project was an environmental project and legacy project for the end of Lions service year.
“The project is an environmental project and legacy project for the end of Lions service year, which ended on the 20th of June 2022. On our visit to this school as they resumes in 2021, we decided to give back to the school by addressing open defecation. A need assessment was done, and a total of N10 million was raised for these facilities.” He said.
The President of the Lagos Metropolitan Lions club, Lion Ajayi Christopher, explained that the club saw a need to provide toilet facility for the student.
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