The lingering acute shortage of water in Gusau the Zamfara state capital city will end soon as the state governor Dauda Lawal approaches the issue with full force to ensure availability of water in Gusau and environs
This was revealed by the Director General Media and communication, office of the executive governor Malam Nuhu Salihu Anka in a public announcement signed and made available to MEDIA SMARTS NIGERIA saying Governor Dauda Lawal provides both temporary and permanent solution to the prolonged acute shortage of water in the city and water supply to Gusau resumes today (Tuesday).
Malam Nuhu noted that the state governor Dauda Lawal was deeply concerned with the perennial shortage of water in the capital city of Zamfara State and its environs, hence paid an unscheduled visit to the state water Board facilities, which has given him more insight into the problems that halted the supply of Water to Gusau community.
“As a demonstration of His government’s commitment, Governor Lawal immediately directed the chief of staff Hon. Mukhtar Lugga to liaise with the management of the state water Board in order to ensure immediate supply of water to the people of Gusau and environs.
“The chief of staff this morning paid an unscheduled visit to the state water Board to convey His Excellency’ s matching order of technical and Financial support to the water Board.
“With this development,the general public is hereby informed that pumping and supply of water to some areas of Gusau will resume today Insha Allah.” The statement reads in part.
The DG Media and communication said the state Governor Dauda Lawal solicits more patience and prayers from the good people of Gusau as more efforts were on top gear to ensure temporary and permanent solutions to the problem