Lagos State Government has assured residents in the state that the challenges relating to public water supply currently being experienced in some parts of the metropolis will soon become a thing of the past.
The State Commissioner for the Environment, Mr. Babatunde Adejare, in a statement issued on Monday, said the government appreciates the concerns and the difficulties Lagosians are experiencing in accessing public water supply.
Adejare attributed the challenge to technical hitches, however assuring that efforts are currently being made to address them once and for all.
“The state government is on top of the situation and I can assure residents of the state that before the week runs out, they will begin to enjoy regular water supply. The Lagos Water Corporation is working round the clock to address the technical hitches and we need to get it right once and for all”, Adejare said.
He said the state government is still on course to deliver 733 million gallons per day of clean and portable water by 2020 so as to ensure residents are safe and healthy.
COMMISSIONER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT