Rotary Club of Omole-Golden, Lagos has been waging a war on polio over the weekend by organizing "End Polio Walk".
Members meeting at 7:00 am at the Excellence Hotel, Ogba, Lagos, moved from there to the State Road Safety Council (FRSC), Ojodu.
The Rotarians have educated the public about the dangers of polio, how to prevent, eradicate, and eradicate them
Members who wear T-shirts, fez caps, and aprons with the inscriptions: "Goodbye to polio, thank Rotary, "" Be an Immunization Champion "," End Polio Now Patapata ", " End polio now, get zero polio! "It was high time that polio was sacked out of Nigeria." She wore posters saying, "End polio now, make history today," "Help Rotary win the war on polio," "Make Nigeria free to polio," and "generously donate support to end polio.
The Rotarians also wore a bearer, which read: "Rotary Club of Omole Golden District 91
They gave leaflets and leaflets to residents of Ogba, Omole, Ojodu, Berger, Isheri and their surroundings.
To prevent congestion, the Rotarians were accompanied by two officials from the Ministry of Transport of Lagos (LASMA).
Melodic music was played to liven up the walk.
The President, Rotn. Ibironke Alaba said: "Each year, October 24 is considered a World Polio Day to increase awareness of the eradication efforts and promote routine immunization, so close to extinction, but much remains to be done
"Rotary International has helped by billions of dollars for the procurement of vaccines, voluntary work, advocacy, community mobilization and supervision.
"Over the years, the Omole-Golden Rotary Club, in collaboration with the Ifako / Ijaiye Local Government and the Ojodu Local Council Development Area, has been engaged in community engagement and awareness of polio eradication."