Tree planting to commemorate 2years of no new polio case in Nigeria

 
 

DG'S Visit to Ikoyi Metropolitan

 
 
 

HRM. Oba Kabir Shotayo of Ikorodu decorated as Rotary Ambassador

All Stars District Governor Patrick Ikheloa decorating his Royal Majesty, Oba Kabir Shotobi, the Ayangburen of Ikorodu land as Rotary Ambassador during his visit to the Rotary Club of Ikorodu Metro
 
 

 

MEET PATRICK IJEHON IKHELOA  - DISTRICT GOVERNOR, 2016-17

Rotarian Patrick Ijehon Ikheloa was born on the 1st of April 1954 to Prince  Akpogho and Mrs. Sametu Ikheloa who hailed from Arue-Uromi in Esan North-East Local Government area of Edo State. Although they had humble background, they left nothing undone to instill the qualities of the son of a Prince in Pat in his early days as a promising young boy with great future ahead.
 
 
 
 


INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY PATRICK IKLHEOLA  AT HIS INVESTITURE AS DISTRICT GOVERNOR OF ROTARY INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT 9110, NIGERIA
 

 
 
 
 

District Governor Patrick Ikheola Visits Rotary club of Agege

 
 
District Governor Patrick Ikheloa visits ‪#‎ROTARY‬ club of Agege.He was happy because they are ready to do all it takes this year to Double the Double
 

 

District Governor visit to the Rotary club of lagos,

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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