The Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu, told the House of Representatives, yesterday, that the African Development Bank (AfDB)-assisted Rural Water Supply and Sanitation
The Minister for Water Resources, Alhaji Suleiman Adamu, has charged local manufacturers to up the ante in local production to help improve the fortune of the nation's trade and foreign exchange reserves.
Gombe Gov. Inuwa Yahaya and the Minister of Water Resources, Mr Suleiman Adamu, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on collaborative funding of the Gombe Regional Water Supply Project. The MoU is aimed at actualising the rehabilitation, upgrading and expansion of the 50 million litres per day Gombe Regional Water Supply Scheme, to improve…
Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu, has sought partnership with the private sector for water security . In his keynote address at a national validation workshop on the draft National Water Protection Policy yesterday...
Well, flooding has become a recurrent thing in the country over the past decade. If you recall, in 2012, we had massive flooding across the country.
As another wave of Cholera outbreak again sweeps through Nigeria with casualty figures fast rising especially in the nation’s seat of power, Abuja residents are in panic.
Undoubtedly, flooding has become a perennial challenge in the country, seemingly defying all solutions. And when it occurs, as it does annually, it leaves in its wake destructions, displacements and deaths.
The Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu has unveiled the Federal Government transformation efforts to sustain agricultural development through private management of public irrigation
The Federal Government is fully committed to harnessing the hydropower potential of the various dams in the country and agriculture...
The Federal Government has commenced dialogue with the World Bank to secure a $75 million loan to provide water in communities nationwide.
Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu, has said that Nigerians should expect more floods this year based on reports by Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency (NIHSA).
To meet growing demand for water resources amid increase in population and limited rainfall, Federal Government has begun development of strategies for a cost-effective water resources management.