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Saturday, March 06, 2021

Residents Of Enugu State Experience Water Scarcity...

 Any Blog Visitors in Enugu to update us on how things really are?

Without water, nothing works!





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    1. Enugu and water scarcity no bi today!They use well alot water in that town

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  2. This is not Enugu Residents. This is university of Nigeria Nsukka students in their hostel.

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  3. Even in IBADAN o.. Most wells have dried up. You need to see the unclean water people fetch to use. Its really terrible and water corporation worked during the rainy season, infact they bring excess water but now that people needs water, it no more running. Naija is messed up!

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    1. I'm in Ibadan and I use clean water, not everyone is using unclean water.

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  4. Enugu aquifer seems dry, the government should buy ideas from Dubai.

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  5. Enugu have always experienced water scarcity, when my sis did her NYSC she always complained

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  6. Normal Enugu wahala during dry season,the soil is dried up.

    New Haven and Independence layout residents have their way with buying from water tankers.

    It's for a while.

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    1. Exactly Xp! When I lived in Trans Ekulu I fetch water tire. Our bathtub in the bathroom I used it to store water! I was just tired of the situation. Enugu water scarcity no be today.

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    2. Hun? Nky I bu onye 042? Wow!

      It's a yearly occurrence.
      Enugwu, city on a hill. Ana ókpókili.

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  7. These are students naw,well Enugu,Ebonyi and some other eastern parts do not have underground water. Nsukka is almost the worst. To drill a borehole takes mad money.

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  8. This is an important matter for the government to pay attention to, especially in light of the climate crisis. If they put measures in place from now then things will flow smoothly in the future.

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  9. I thought with a good borehole system, water shouldn't be a problem.

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    1. When theres no water in the ground, wetin them wan pump out? Sand?

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  10. I can relate. I served in Enugu, and it's such a beautiful state. The boy that used to fetch water for me would go to a nearby polluted stream to fetch me water and pocket the money I gave him to buy water.I always rewarded him handsomely. After some weeks, I took ill and my body itched for days.

    I suspected Abuchi had been fetching polluted water for me instead of buying it as I always gave him money. I went to the place the water was sold and asked them if Abuchi had been coming to buy water and they said no.

    I confronted him and he came clean. I was bewildered for days. I was really good to him. I bought him stuff whenever I went to the market and gave him money whenever he ran errands for me.

    I didn't tell his parents what he did because I didn't want him to be punished, but on a second thought, I had this weird feeling that his parents knew what he was doing or encouraged it. I just cut them off. Weird kid who tried to kill me.

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    1. He was fetching from the shallow water they call mmili ani.
      Pele.
      I believe you forgiven him.

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  11. I used to be scared of second term back then in secondary school because of the water scarcity. No water for basic things. Instead of you to be in class, you would be out there hustling for water. Only for it to be stolen by unknown people.

    If you attended Holy Rosary College, you will totally relate to what I just wrote.

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    1. I can relate the suffering in that school with different happens is too much. I left the school at jss3

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    2. That is how we suffered too at St. Catherine's

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  12. Even here in akure. It's d same

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  13. Water situation is almost like that in every state especially during this season. #spotremover#

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  14. Enugu, we only enjoy water during rainy season. Tanker drivers, their shakara is another level, you disturb them with calls, they switch off their phones.
    Road nkor, a pregnant woman might miscarry, independence layout, if you fall your body go tell you, cars visiting mechanic because of bad road.
    Stella forget this stupid picture they are painting Enugu is no longer Enugu again. Security zero.
    #bringback Sullivan Chime.
    Ifeanyi just resign already, you are Buhari's twin.

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  15. Don't they have borehole

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