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Nigerian Water Supply Association

4 Nov 2019
Dubgari Abisabo is the President, Nigerian Water Supply Association (NWSA), a body comprising water agencies in all 36 states and Federal Capital Territory. He spoke to Property & Environment Editor, CHINEDUM UWAEGBULAM on the challenges facing the agencies and how to transform urban water supply and sanitation utilities in Nigeria.
24 Jul 2017
If the nation must meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) SDG target of providing potable water for all Nigerians by the year 2030, the governments at all levels must stop toying with matters pertaining to water supply, sanitation and the welfare of those who are providing these services.

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