The MD/CEO, LWC, Engr. Muminu Kunle Badmus today 8th August, 2017, received delegates from Leadership, Effectiveness, Accountability and Professionalism (LEAP) Africa to the Water House, Ijora, Lagos.

The non profitable organisation was led by Mr. Asuquo Asuquo, accompanied by Oloyede Folashade, Ajayi Oyindamola, Ayeni Folake and AbdulSalam Saheed (Army Children School, Ikeja) and Adeyera Seyi (LEAP AFRICA) on a courtesy visit to LWC for a support in enabling the youths achieve their aims of improving the lives of people in their communities.

While explaining their mission to the Water House, the LEAP Coordinator Mr. Asuquo said the LEAP iLEAP programme is designed to equip Senior Secondary Class (SS1) Schools with a leadership and life skills required to cope with life’s challenges and support for engaging in community development and improve the lives of people in their communities.

On their request, which included, Repair of existing faulty pipe borne water and Provision of a water personnel to constantly come for maintenance.

The MD promised to repair the damaged/faulty pipe borne water in their school, also to send LWC Engineers to constantly come for periodical maintenance, in a bid to have access to uninterrupted water supply.

Engr. Badmus charged the LEAP members to always conserve and use water judiciously. He said Water is critical to human lives and should not be taken for granted or wasted.

LWC boss further introduced the ongoing installation of prepaid meters across Lagos State to the visitors, which the LEAP cordinator described as a laudable project, and commended Engr. Muminu for the initiative towards Water conservation to ensure accurate and efficient billing of LWC’s customers.

MD later appointed the LEAP Africa members as Water Ambassador and donated copies of LWC branded T-shirts to the members.

In his closing remarks, the LEAP coordinator, thanked Engr. Badmus and his Management Staff for the gesture and look forward to receive the MD to their members graduation ceremony coming up later this year.

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