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Hope Spring Water announced that they are currently working on the  execution of a new water project this February in a secondary school in Agbabiaka, Ilorin, an ancient town in north-central part of Nigeria . The project which will be executed in conjunction with some donors who wish to be anonymous, will help to provide potable water for students of Governor Day Junior and Senior Secondary School, Ilorin (GDJSS). 

The project which is scheduled to start this month, is estimated to take a maximum of four weeks to complete. 

The spokesperson for the Hope Spring’s team in charge of the GDJSS project, Dr Ramaht Adebisi, while giving updates on the project and the particular problem the project will solve, said “this project will provide potable water for students of Governor Day Junior and Senior Secondary School, Ilorin. It will provide water which will enhance good hygiene and invariably will make learning and teaching an easy task for students and teachers alike.” 

The GDJSS project will be the first borehole project the charity will undertake this year and one out of many potable water projects the charity has financed over the years.  The project, according to Dr Ramaht, will solve water scarcity problems in this secondary school by ensuring that water is readily available at all times.

The charity whose mission is to alleviate water poverty in West Africa, last year financed the construction of a borehole in Gofor – a village in Sierra Leone, dug a clean-water well  for Alluikro village in central region of Cote d’Ivoire  and later last year constructed another borehole at Ijana Agangbo-Ota in Western Nigeria. All these projects are made possible by donations from the charity supporters, especially those that send charity birthday ecards on their ecards platform. In addition to their eternal gratitude to their usual supporters, the charity also acknowledged the family of late Professor Husdein Akande AbdulKareem for the imminent success of GDJSS project. 

 

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