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ANAMBRA STATE GOVERNMENT CONCLUDES PLANS TO RESUSCITATE OVER 68 WATER FACILITIES ACROSS THE STATE                                                         

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ANAMBRA STATE GOVERNMENT CONCLUDES PLANS TO RESUSCITATE OVER 68 WATER FACILITIES ACROSS THE STATE                                                                                                                       05-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                       The Anambra State government says it has concluded plans to resuscitate over sixty- eight water facilities across the state.

This is to ensure that the residents have access to portable water and also guarantee safety as good water is said to be life.

The Commissioner for Power and Water resources, Mr Julius Chukwuemeka made this known when members of the Anambra State House of Assembly Committee went on familiarization tour to the ministry.

The Commissioner who spoke through the permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Mrs Ifeyinwa Uzoka said they were standing on the manifesto of the Governor to provide a clean, good green, sustainable Solar Power energy to replace the high cost diesel powered street lights across the state.

According to the Commissioner
the present administration was poised to providing twenty four hour supply of water both for at the cities and various Communities in the area.

She noted that approval had already been given for the resuscitation of sixty -eight water schemes to guarantee steady supply to the entire people of the state.

Mrs Uzoka said the governor expects that when there is steady supply of water, it would impact on the health,business and the general wellbeing of the people.

The Public Utilities Commissioner noted that the state fire service had also been repositioned to attend to any fire incident during the coming dry season.

She said fire trucks had been serviced, kits provided , Chemicals supplied to ensure that they respond rapidly to any fire incident and other emergency situations.

The Chairman House Committee on Power and Public Utilities, Mr, Chimezie Ikwune said the House of Assembly was willing to partner the ministry to ensure that residents of the state benefit the kind gestures of the Soludo led administration.

Also speaking, the Majority leader, Mr Ikenna Ofodeme regretted that many power transformers donated by state government were laying in some private houses because it was not installed thereby defeating the aim of ensuring steady power supply to the people.

Other members of the Committee including the member representing Orumba South Constituency, Mr Emmanuel Nwafor harped on the need for the ministry to carry along the law makers who are representing various communities in the state so that they can assist in taking full responsibility of government projects in their localities.

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