- Some villagers in Kaduna state will soon have their source of water changed from a river to a well
- This is courtesy of a foundation called Water The Needy, which is building a well for the people of Ardoyale village
- The founder of the foundation shared some pictures of the ongoing work on his Twitter page
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A foundation called Water The Needy has put a smile on the faces of the people in Ardoyale village in Kachia local government area of Kaduna state.
The foundation is building a well for the villagers after realising that their source of drinking water is a river.
The founder of the foundation simply identified as Mustapha made the disclosure on Twitter and shared some pictures of the ongoing work.
"From wunty we went to Ardoyale village in Kachia LGA, Kaduna state, we have also met with their elders and we shall in shaa Allah build a well for them here. Jazakumullah Khair. #Buildawell."
Tweeps were impressed with the good work the foundation is doing and commended the latter in the comment section of the post.
"Jazak Allah khairan. I would like to be part of this pls. How do I contribute?"
"Please tag their MHR, I'm confident that he'll assist in building a modernized borehole."
In other news, Emmanuel Nworie, a Nigerian man who resorted to petty cassava farming after graduating with a first class in mathematics, has left the shores of the country for the United States.
A university in Texas is sponsoring the young man for his PhD after he was discovered by a Nigerian man named Michael Taiwo.
The disclosure was made on Twitter by Suraj Oyewale, who expressed gratitude to Taiwo for discovering the young man.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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Source: Legit Newspaper