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He Was Digging 110 Feet Well, Instead Of Water, See What Man Saw That Has parked Reactions
A young Nigerian man from Enugu state to be has taken to his Twitter handle to make public what he found while digging a well in his town. It is usually very cumbersome to get clean water, especially in the eastern regions during the dry season.
PEOPLE who are not so wealthy or averagely wealthy have to travel as far as two streets in search of a place to get clean drinking water. It is not strange to say that most of them go to the extend of fetching from streams and ponds in order to cook.
Ikemba Zaza has taken to his Twitter page to narrate his experience while they were drilling a well in search of water in his Enugu town.
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Though Enugu is not the only state going through this, there are so many remote villages that hardly afford clean water. During the dry season, you hardly find such people taking their baths twice a day as they have to manage the little water they have.
Some go to streams to wash their clothes there. This menace has led so many people to have GP tanks where they store water.
Selling water is usually a good business for those who have a good supply of water in their compounds. I have witnessed some sell a gallon of water #50 during dry seasons.
Enugu is named a coal city, this is because coals are majorly found in Enugu in large quantity.
The Young Man Who shared this post has shown how they dug out large quantities of coal from the ground. Instead of water, they found coals. Not too bad because he can actually make good money from the coals he found. Coals are used in the construction of roads.
It is high time the government has to do more in providing social amenities for the citizens. The suffering in this country is extremely too much for people to handle.
What’ s your opinion on this, do you think the government are doing enough?
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