Rotary Club donates wheelchairs

Rotary Club member Charmaine De'Ath with Setlalekgosi Headmaster Ndlovu and one of the beneficiaries. PIC PROSPER MUTSIGWA
Rotary Club member Charmaine De'Ath with Setlalekgosi Headmaster Ndlovu and one of the beneficiaries. PIC PROSPER MUTSIGWA

FRANCISTOWN: The Rotary Club of Francistown donated wheelchairs to three paraplegic students at Setlalekgosi Junior Secondary School last Friday.

Receiving the wheelchairs on behalf of the school, Setlalekgosi JSS schoolhead, Majaga Ndlovu, applauded the Rotary Club for showing care for the disabled students.

Ndlovu said by donating wheelchairs the Club was fulfilling one of the Vision 2016 pillars being, ‘A Compassionate, Just and Caring Nation’. He encouraged them to continue showing love to people with disabilities.

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