UPDATE: Peter Obi Commissions Borehole Project in Kogi

UPDATE: Peter Obi Commissions Borehole Project in Kogi

by Victor Ndubuisi

Onaogaji Community, Ankpa Local Government Area, Kogi State hosted a new borehole project’s commissioning on Monday by Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi.

On Tuesday, Obi shared this latest information on his X handle.

According to him, the water project’s commissioning demonstrates Nigerians’ readiness and dedication to providing them with portable, clean water.

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On his post on X, he wrote, “Yesterday, I had the honor of commissioning a new borehole project in Onaogaji Community, Ankpa Local Government Area, Kogi State.


“This initiative is a testament to our commitment to the sustainable development goals, particularly ensuring access to clean and potable water, which is crucial for the health and well-being of our people.

“Learning that Onaogaji Community lacked access to clean water motivated me to take action and donate this borehole.

He continued, “Clean water is a basic necessity that many communities in Nigeria still lack.

“According to the World Bank, about 70 million Nigerians do not have access to safe drinking water, and diarrheal diseases cause the deaths of at least 70,000 children under five each year.”

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Obi went on to say that solving the issue of enough water is crucial because it will enable the development of a new Nigeria with basic facilities.

“Addressing this issue is imperative, and we must work together to ensure that more Nigerians can access this essential resource. Through projects like the one in Onaogaji, we are making strides towards building a New Nigeria where every citizen can enjoy basic life amenities,”he said.



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