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Rotary District 9111 trains club officers ahead 1st July takeoff

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Rotary International District 9111 is set to train officers of its clubs to ensure they have appropriate leadership knowledge before assuming their roles and responsibilities on 1st July 2024, the beginning of new Rotary year.

Districts 9111 and 9112, carved out of the existing District 9110, take off on that same day, 1st July 2024.

According to Rotary District 9111 Governor-elect, Rotarian Wole Kukoyi, “Service Project and Public Image Chairmen are to be trained on Monday, 29th April 2024 at Rotary Centre, Ladoke Akintola Street, Ikeja GRA between 9 am and 2 pm”.

Dr. Kukoyi added that “Club Administration and Youth Service Chairmen are to be trained on Tuesday, 30th April 2024, between 9 am and 2 pm at the same venue, Rotary Centre, 8 Ladoke Akintola Street, Ikeja GRA, Lagos”.

District Training Assembly Co-ordinator, Rotarian Ade Oyenekan explained that “the training is scheduled to ensure that all clubs officer are provided with appropriate leadership experiences towards assuming their responsibilities on 1st July 2024, the beginning of the new Rotary year”.

According to a statement on Friday, District 9111 Training Coordinator, Rotarian Omotunde Lawson will lead other resource persons as faculties during the training sessions.

Lawson is the immediate past Governor of District 9110, emerging as the first female to hold the exalted position in the soon-to-be-rested Rotary International District.

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