READ What Minister Said About Water Supply In Abuja

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The minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Muhammad Bello has said that the present administration will not tolerate excuses for lapses and poor work attitude by civil servants.

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Children fetching water from a running tap

Speaking while inspecting water infrastructures at the Lower Usman Dam in Abuja over the weekend, Bello said the FCT Administration will work towards improving the water supply in Nigeria’s capital city.

The minister called on staff of the FCT water board to do everything possible to ensure that all Abuja residents get adequate water supply.

“Your responsibility in terms of providing water to our beautiful city is very important. And I have seen that most of you have been here for a very long time so you have the requisite experience to deliver on your mandate,” Bello said.


Closely inspecting the Usman dam reservouir, raw water pipeline conveying system from Lower Usman Dam to the water treatment plants I and II as well as III and IV and the laboratory facility serving the dam, Bello urged the water board staff to initiate ways of providing safe and clean water to the rural areas within the FCT.

The minister accompanied by permanent secretary of the FCT, Babatope Ajakaiye to the Kubwa area office including the tank serving the Kubwa satellite town and the erosion control site in the Katampe district (extension) said his administration will support the management of the board to improve water supply in Abuja and its environs.

Bello was shown round the sites by the management team of the board led by its director, Hudu Bello.


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