- Villagers of Nandu will no longer be using unclean water as a foundation finally came to their rescue
- Men, women and children in the rural community jumped in excitement as a borehole was constructed for them
- Social media users showered encomiums on the foundation responsible for the kind deed
Life couldn't get better for villagers of Nandu as they recently got borehole water, ending their long wait for a clean source of water since their history.
Making the announcement on LinkedIn, a lady identified as Yetunde B. Adeseluka-Oladejo said people of Nandu can now boast of their own borehole facility, courtesy of Joyce Meyer Ministries and Healing Hands Health Society.
She appreciated the foundation for bringing joy and putting smiles on the faces of the rural dwellers.
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According to her, the next stop for the humanitarian group is Afunfali village in Kaduna state.
Her post read in part:
"Can you feel the immeasurable joy and happiness on the faces of the people in these pictures?
"These are the people of Nandu village, Nigeria.
"When God said "Let there be light"
"Boom! there was light".
"Uvoh Onoriobe DMD, BDS,MPH, Healing Hands Health Society said "Let there be clean water for the villagers of Nandu Village.
"And boom! and there was clean water".
"A village that has suffered for years from lack of clean and safe water can now boast of their own bore hole facility through the help of Joyce Meyer Ministries and Healing Hands Health Society.
"Next village that will be receiving the same testimony is Afunfali village in Kaduna state."
LinkedIn users commended the NGO for their kind gesture and encouraged them with nice words.
Taiwo Olowu said:
"Water is life! Great thanks Yetunde B. Adeseluka-Oladejo, MPH Uvoh Onoriobe DMD, BDS,MPH Healing Hands Health Society for restoring hope in the people of Nandu.
"Water can reach more communities and more people if we have more organisations and people of goodwill extending helping hands especially where government is sleeping."
Testimony Adebiyi wrote:
"God bless everyone that contributed one way or the other to this project
"Keep changing lives."
Rasheed A Dada commented:
''I am happy to see this. I watched documentaries about how people in remote areas struggles to find clean water. Thank you for your outreach to these communities. Keep up the good work."
At separate events held in Kano, Imo, Lagos states as well as the FCT, NBC further supported the various state water management bodies with activities aimed at helping to improve their operations, processes, and delivery to the public.
On Monday, March 22nd, 2021, the company collaborated with key stakeholders and community leaders in Asejire, Ibadan, to highlight the importance of water and the role of each stakeholder in its management.