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Lagos Assembly concerned over lack of water supply

The Lagos State Home of Representatives Committee on Surroundings throughout its oversight go to to the Lagos State Water Company has expressed issues over the unavailability of water provide within the state.

The committee led by Adebola Shabi expressed the priority in an announcement launched in Lagos on Thursday.

The assertion was issued by the Deputy Director of Company Affairs and Model Administration Division of LWC, Mrs. Kehinde Fashola.

Shabi was involved that the majority homes within the state don’t have water provide.

He additionally harassed that the Home should be certain that the pursuits and rights of its constituents are protected.

He requested for a complete report on the continued infrastructure initiatives and the challenges confronted by the LWC in producing water.

LWC Director Mukhtaar Tijani, whereas receiving the committee members, assured them that he had labored onerous to make sure that most households within the state have been equipped with water.

Tijani cited the current connection of the Baruwa neighborhood to the Mosan Okunola water scheme as one of many steps taken to attain this purpose.

The Director of Operations, Taiwo Omolanke, thanked the lawmakers for his or her go to and assist.

Omolanke acknowledged the challenges dealing with the LWC, together with the reluctance of consumers to pay for water already subsidised by the state authorities.

She introduced plans to supply all clients with meters to make sure accountability for the water produced.

Different members of the Meeting current included the Chairman of the Home of Representatives Committee on the Ministry of Surroundings, Lanre Afini, and the Chairman of the Home of Representatives Committee on Procurement, Simon Apata.


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