Residents Rejoice as Shagaya Foundation Provides Motorized Boreholes for Rural-Urban Communities

The Salman Shagaya Foundation has brought joy and relief to hundreds of residents in various communities across Ilorin West and Asa Local Government Areas by providing motorized boreholes through its “Water Sustainability Project.” The initiative aims to improve access to clean drinking water and promote overall well-being in the region.

Benefiting communities in the new phase of the project include Taiwo Area, Egbejila Community, and Kuntu Community in Ilorin West Local Government, as well as Gaa Oloko Village, Kaara Village, Gaa Ewusi, and Igboroko Village in Asa Local Government.

Joy and excitement filled the air as young and old came together to celebrate the life-changing water flowing from the newly installed boreholes. Generations united in a heartwarming display of unity and gratitude for the Salman Shagaya Foundation’s transformative efforts.

Honourable Muktar Tolani Shagaya, the member representing Ilorin West/Asa Federal Constituency, expressed his satisfaction with the project’s significant impact: “It is heartening to see the Foundation’s commitment to addressing water scarcity and ensuring access to clean water for all. This remarkable project not only harnesses renewable energy sources to meet residents’ demands but also serves as an inspiration for creating lasting change and improving the quality of life in our communities.”

The “Water Sustainability Project” stands as a testament to the power of dedication and collaboration in making a tangible difference in people’s lives. By continuing to prioritize sustainable solutions and work together, the Salman Shagaya Foundation strives to create a future where access to clean water is recognized as a basic human right, rather than a privilege.

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