Photos of Abuja Community Residents Drinking from Dirty Stream Saddens Nigerians as Images Go Viral

Photos of Abuja Community Residents Drinking from Dirty Stream Saddens Nigerians as Images Go Viral

- Residents of a community in Abuja with no public water recently got people talking on social media after their photos emerged online

- In the photos that were shared by a Nigerian man identified as Ifemosu Michael Adewale, the residents could be seen fetching and drinking water from a dirty stream

- The images saddened Nigerians who took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts

- Nigeria Customs Broadcasting Network had earlier informed the general public about water scarcity in some areas in Abuja due to ongoing repairs

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A Nigerian man identified as Ifemosu Michael Adewale took to social media to share photos of a community in Abuja with no public water.

In the photos that were shared on Twitter, people of Durumi could be seen fetching and drinking water from a dirty stream.

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Ifemosu captioned the photos:

"This is not Somalia, this is Durumi in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria - they have no real public water and some resorted to this dirty stream for their water supply. #BuhariMustGo."

Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.

Photos of Abuja Community Residents Drinking from Dirty Stream Saddens Nigerians as Images Go Viral
Residents of Abuja community fetch and drink from a dirty stream. Photo credit: @ifemosumichael
Source: Twitter

@BurstBuster wrote:

"A few kilometres from here, there are mansions worth millions of dollars. Nigeria is an evil enclave."

@Geewils1 commented:

"Abuja where we have 109 senators, 360 members of house of representatives, ministers, President & VP. It's disgusting, it's shows the kind of leadership we have had over the years."

It should be noted that the Nigeria Customs Broadcasting Network had on Thursday, March 25, informed the general public that Abuja residents were facing scarcity of water as a result of the current repair on the trunk line at the Lower Usuma Dam water treatment plant 3 and 4.

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In other news, 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.

He wrote:

"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."

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