Residents of Kubwa satellite town will experience water shortage for four days, beginning from today, following the decision of the territory’s administration to disrupt supply to the area.
The decision, according to the Federal Capital Territory Administration(FCTA), is to enable it fix a major pipe burst at Railway Terminal, KM 19, by Dantata Estate Town Developers, Kubwa.
According to a statement by the deputy director of information, FCTA, Muhammad Sule, the FCT permanent secretary, Engr. John Chukwu, had directed immediate repair of the burst pipe to ensure the continuous supply of clean potable water to all the residents of the territory.
“As a result of this unfortunate development, the residents of Kubwa satellite town will experience disruption of water supply from Thursday, November 5, to Sunday, November 7, 2015,” the statement read.
Chukwu, according to the statement, advised residents of Kubwa area to store enough water to avoid any hardship, as the authorities would work assiduously to restore normal water supply on or before Sunday, adding that the administration regrets the inconveniences this disruption may cause residents of the affected area.
Source: Leadership Newspaper