The FCT’s Director of Information and Communication, Mohammed Sule stated that the project, ‘Greater water supply’ will provide portable water to 50 districts of the Federal Capital Territory.1
He disclosed this on Sunday in Abuja stating that this project will cover over 1.5 million residents in the FCT
“This administration’s desire to complete work on the Greater Abuja Water Supply Project to provide clean and safe drinking water to FCT residents isn’t in doubt.
“By embarking on the Greater Abuja Water Supply Project, the government intends to tackle the perennial shortage of potable water supply in some parts of the 250 square kilometres of the FCC, Abuja,” Sule said.
Sule also added that the project would supply water to about 50 estates and mass housing schemes around phases III & IV of the city.
He also said as regards health that the Zuba hospital has now been rehabilitated and upgraded. “the Zuba Cottage Hospital has been rehabilitated and upgraded to the status of a General Hospital”. He said.
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