Report Says 70 million Nigerians Lack Potable Water

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The World Bank has said that 70 million Nigerians have no access to basic drinking water services.

This is according to its 2022 report titled, Global Water Security & Sanitation Partnership.

The report revealed that Global Water Security & Sanitation Partnership provided significant assistance to support the government’s commitment to reform and build government capacity.

It further described the condition as unfortunate, that access to safe drinking water was a big challenge in Nigeria.

Written by: Helen Obih

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