Posted on Nov 13, 2017
Rotary is known for its impact in the community and even more commendable is the consistency at which these impacts are being felt by the people in communities where Rotary clubs exist. 
Rotary Club of Ewutuntun, District 9110 has once again impacted greatly in the lives of people in Ewutuntun community through its recently commissioned multiple projects, one of which is the provision of potable water.
The club leveraged the official visit of the District Governor, Rotarian Dr. Wale Ogunbadejo to the club on Saturday, November 11, 2017 to commission the projects.
DG Ogunbadejo and members of his entourage, including the District Secretary, Rotarian Segun Adewakun, was received by the club president, Rotarian Olutade Victor Olowo, and some other leaders and members of the club.
The club led the DG and members of his entourage to Arewa Street in Ewutuntun Area of Lagos State where the water project was commissioned. 
DG Ogunbadejo, while commissioning the water project, pointed out that the club should ensure there is a planned strategy on how the project will be maintained to avoid revisiting the project and maintaining it with funds that should be used for new projects.
Chief Ololade Agoro, a landlord in the street and also a representative of the CDA, who was present at the project commissioning, thanked the club on behalf of the community and assured the club that the project will be properly maintained.
The group then proceeded to Ayoni Primary Health Care Centre in Oshodi – Isolo Local Government Area which was renovated by the club. The club president, while disclosing the areas that were renovated at the centre said, “We have four health centres within Oshodi. Every year, we pick one based on their needs assessment.”
The President further disclosed that the club decided to change the face of the health centre by renovating the roof which was in bad shape, renewed the painting and also the plumbing work.
Mrs. Adele Yewande, the Assistant Chief Community Health Practitioners who was also present, gave the club kudos for the lots of work which it has done for the health centre so far.
The club also presented some educational items which includes marker board, plastic chairs, markers and marker board cleaners to “Eko n’ Keko” Adult Education Programme in Ewutuntun, an initiative of Lagos State Government. The items were presented by the DG, on behalf of the club, to Alhaji Idris Ayinde, the Programme Facilitator.
Alhaji Ayinde thanked the club for its effort when he said that, “Rotary is complementing the effort of the government and they are trying all over the world. We are very grateful for their kind gesture towards us.”
DG Ogunbadejo also joined the club in its tree planting exercise which was carried out within the premises of the health centre. Thereafter, the group proceeded on a courtesy visit to the palace of H. R. M. Oba Shakirudeen Adeshina Kuti (Erufa 1), the Elewu of Ewu land.
The DG shared fellowship with members of the club during which the club donated 50 pieces of life jackets to the Nigerian Police Force. The life jackets were presented by the DG to the Shogunle police Division on behalf of the club. One new member was also inducted into the club by the DG.