District Governor, Rotary International District 9110, Nigeria, Rotarian Dr. Wale Ogunbadejo has said that Rotary will partner Nigerian government towards polio eradication.
District Governor Ogunbadejo said this while speaking at his installation as the District Governor for Rotary International District 9110 on Saturday, July 8, 2017 at the MUSON Centre in Lagos.
District Governor Ogunbadejo while speaking at his Investiture, told attendees that eradicating polio remains his primary aim during his year in office, among other projects he has in mind. 
Rotary International which is a non profit organisation known for its service to humanity has continued to support polio eradication among other humanitarian services.
“Rotary is set to partner with the Nigerian Government to ensure that the endemic of polio in Nigeria is totally eradicated”, District Governor Ogunbadejo said while speaking to members of the press at the event.
“It is unfortunate that Nigeria, being the giant of Africa is listed among polio endemic countries. With that, we are set to have a musical festival to raise money for polio”, District Governor Ogunbadejo noted.
In recognizing the very active role Rotary Club plays in the fight against polio, he asked attendees not to relent in their fund raising for the Rotary Foundation to enable Rotary International continue its fight against polio globally. 
District Governor Ogunbadejo also shared his passion to embark on impactful projects that will address key areas of need in the health sector.
Rotary under him will locate and renovate no fewer than 10 primary health centres in the 2017/2018 Rotary year, he assured.
He further revealed plans to set up vocational centres in Lagos and Ogun States where unemployed Nigerian youths would go for skill acquisition. 
“Rotary would embark on a lot of water and sanitation projects which are either ongoing or will start in the coming Rotary year” District Governor Ogunbadejo added”
At the event, Mr. Tani Obaro, CEO of Systemspecs, a software company and owners of Remita, an e-payment solution platform, who was represented by Tope Olagunye, was awarded as a Paul Harris fellow. 
Among those who were also awarded Paul Harris Fellows were Mrs. Lai Koiki, CEO of Greensprings Group of Schools, who was also represented and Mr. Silva Subraima. 
Bamidele and Tolu Onalaja were also recognized as major donors to the Rotary foundation while Rotarian Sunday Gbenjo was recognized as a third level donor by the District Governor.
Rotary launched its Polio Plus program in 1985 and since then has contributed over $1.6 billion and lots of volunteer hours to protect more than two billion children in 122 countries across the globe, including Nigeria from this deadly disease.