Kano State government is to spend $7.5 million (N2.7 billion) for procurement of water treatment chemicals aimed at ensuring potable water supply to millions of residents.
Muhammad Garba, the commissioner for information, told newsmen that the money has been approved by the state executive council which met on Monday. According to Garba, the decision was part of government’s resolve to provide clean water to the populace for domestic and other uses.
The commissioner said that the sum of N150 million has been approved as outstanding counterpart funds for Sanitation, Hygienic and Water Supply in Nigeria (SWAWN) II project across the state in collaboration with EU and UNICEF…
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