Rotary Club Limbe has new President
NEWLY inducted Rotary Club Limbe president, Mohamed Tayub, has promised several things including introduction of solar lighting in some communities within the country as a way of promoting their livelihood.
Tayub, making his acceptance speech at Ryalls Hotel in Blantyre over the weekend, said he is also aiming at increasing the club’s membership to enable them to reach out to more needy people.
“I am hoping to go beyond the 10 goals set by our international mother body. Some of my key targets are solar lighting, education, and maternal mortality issues. I want to improve lives in these areas. I also want us to add at least 10 members so that we should join hands to give back to the community,” he said.
Tayub also promised to be transparent and accountable when running the club.
“External auditors will always be welcome to audit the accounts of the club so that corruption is avoided,” he said.
At 32, Tayub is the youngest ever president that Rotary Club Limbe has elected.
He has taken over from well-known banker, Ian Bonongwe, who concluded his one-year tenure.
In his farewell speech, Bonongwe said, during his reign, Rotary Club Limbe made a surplus of K4 million.
However, he encouraged the new administration to maintain quality in terms of membership to improve lives by supporting education and health sectors, among others.
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