ENGR. BADMUS FELICITATES WITH STAFF AT EASTER

Easter is the time to remember the sacrifice made by Lord Christ and his unconditional love for everyone.

In this season of rebirth, I, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus on behalf of Management of Lagos Water Corporation felicitate with entire Staff, particularly, the Christian faithful.

May you feel your faith renewed and pray your Easter will be bright with the hope and joy of our risen Saviour, as your life fill with every good things in the world.

Remember, it is the time to come together to fast and pray to the God Almighty to shower His Peace and Blessings into the Corporation and Happiness in our lives.

Wishing you Happy Resurrection Day and prosperous Easter celebration.

LWC BOSS CONGRATULATES RETIREES, AS ENGR. KUDEHINBU, OTHERS PENS DOWN FROM ACTIVE SERVICE

The Lagos Water Corporation, Managing Director/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus has sent his Congratulatory messages to all the 2021 February/March Retirees, led by the out-going LWC Head, Production, Engr. Olusoji Kudehinbu ,and other notable Staff of the Corporation, who retired from active service with stainless records.

MD messages were sent to the Retirees via his participation in the memorable event, through the zoom/virtual meeting, and physical meeting held yesterday Tuesday 30th March, 2021, at the LWC Headquarters Water-House Ijora Lagos.

In his messages, Engr. Badmus praised and described the Retirees as Dedicated, Amazing, hardworking and Committed Staff

He added, “I am proud of you and your remarkable achievements in your respective careers, as you are all true professionals by example. Wishing you the best of retirement”.

2nd Batch 2019 Bond Certificates Presentation: LWC EXCITES RETIREES

Lagos Water Corporation today Tuesday 23rd March, 2021, presented Bond Certificates to the 2nd batch 2019 retirees, as the Retirees were full of excitements.

The memorable event took place at the LWC Headquarters, Ijora, Lagos, in which bond certificates were presented to 20 retirees who retired from active service in 2019.

While delivering the keynote address, the Corporation’s Managing Director/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus who was delighted at the presentation ceremony showered his encomium on Lagos State Government, under the leadership of the State Governor, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu for his unflinching Support and assistance towards payment of the retirement benefits and also, improved service delivery in Lagos State.

He however thanked  the retirees for their patience, commitment, hard work, loyalty and resourcefulness towards positive and effective service delivery while in active service, as he  implored them to spend the money judiciously, by investing it in lucrative businesses.

Engr. Badmus added that the last batch of the 2019 Retirees bond certificates will be presented before mid-year and hope to commence the 2020 batch before end of this year (2021).

In his contribution, the LWC Chief Operating Officer (COO) Engr. Deji Johnson praised God Almighty for sparing the  lives of the retirees to reap the fruits of their labour in good and sound health.

Also, the Head, Administration and Human Resources Mr. Sheriff Akinpelu also commended the LWC Management,  Unions (AUCPTER, SSASCGOC), Pension Administrators, Retirees, Friends and Well wishers for the success of the glorious event.

Mr. Idowu Tailor who represented the Director General, Lagos State Pension Commission (LASPEC) described the efforts of LWC towards realisation of the bond certificates presentation as marvellous, as LWC leads.

Also, present at the event were LWC Head, Internal Audit, Mr. Aro Ibrahim; Head, Water Quality, Mr. Doyin Omotayo, among other top management staff.

LWC APOLOGISES TO RESIDENTS OVER CURRENT WATER DISRUPTION, ASSURES SUPPLY SOON

Lagos Water Corporation has apologised to the Lagos residents, particularly, those that have been affected with the current disruption of water supply in the State.

This was contained in a statement released by the Corporation today Tuesday 2th February 2021 in Lagos. The Corporation attributed the current water disruption to technical problem presently faced at the LWC Major Water Plants.

LWC however assured Lagos residents that efforts are ongoing to restore potable water supply soon, adding that the Corporation will not toy with the emotions of Lagosians.

While explaining further, the LWC stressed that the Corporation is undoubtedly committed to supply potable water to every home in the State.

Apologising to Lagosians for the inconvenience caused at this period, while thanking them for their patience, understanding and cooperation, the Corporation stated.

SECOND WAVE OF COVID-19: LAGOS WATER CORPORATION WARNS STAFF ON THE USE OF FACE MASK, OTHER PREVENTIVE MEASURES

Lagos Water Corporation has warned its Staff on the use of Face mask and other Preventive measures against the spread of Corona Virus, as we presently witnessing the second wave spreading like a wild fire 🔥.

The Corporation stated this yesterday Monday 11th January, 2021 in Lagos, that the 2nd wave of the Covid-19 Pandemic has evolved and escalated quickly and expressed serious concerns about the lackadaisical attitude of some LWC Staff not wearing their face masks.

According to the Corporation, “all Staff should compulsorily wear face mask which is part of the preventative measures against contacting and spreading Coronavirus disease, noting that some staff are not complying to this guidelines.

LWC however warned that Staff should stick to wearing their face mask always to curb the spread of the virus.

Urging the Staff to adhere strictly with all preventive measures against the spread of the deadly virus, while advising the them to keep safe always.

NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO DEAR STAFF OF LWC

As New Year 2021 is approaching, I want to take this as an opportunity to extend my heartfelt greetings for the season and appreciate you all for your accomplishments and achievements for year 2020.

It is indeed a year full of ups and downs, with lots of Challenges, particularly, in achieving our set targets in Lagos Water Corporation.

I really thank one and all for your support and dedication and commitment towards your struggle in moving the Corporation forward.

Let us override the challenges and bring in changes that we wish to see in this New year, as we are committed to making better improvement in our dear Organisation.

We shall not fail, Amen.

We also pray that year 2021 should bring great achievements in our various lives and endeavours. And for this reason we just can’t wait!.

We shall meet again in the New Year with a lot of new ideas, energy and determination in taking LWC to the next level.

it is on this premise, I wish you all a Brilliant and Happy New Year!!!

Thank you all.

Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus

MD/CEO,LWC

XMAS CELEBRATIONS: LWC FELICITATES WITH CUSTOMERS

As we celebrate this year’s Christmas, Lagos Water Corporation wishes to felicitate with her Premium Customers, wishing you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Celebrations in Advance.

We pray to Almighty God for continuous Guidance, Protection and shower you all with sound health during this Celebrations and always.

While committed to providing potable water supply to every home in the State during and after the yuletide, help sustain the service and continue to enjoy water supply, by paying your water bills as when due.

For convenient and easy payments, pls., pay through any Bank Branch across the State (Customers can pay using Paydirect or Pay at any Bank in Nigeria); through ATM Machine (Customers can pay at any ATM machine, just choose Paybills or Quickteller option); Online (Customers can pay at https://www.quickteller.com/lwc or https://lagos.qpay.ng/Payment/Index); payment at any Zonal or regional office using POS devices, Interswitch Paypoint (Mobile Money operator at street corners).

Remember, Covid-19 is REAL, maintain high sanitary level and follow all the preventive measures against the spread of the deadly virus.

Please, Conserve and Use Water Wisely. For Complaints and comments, pls. call LWC Customer Care Nos: 07045973012, 07045973013.

WISHING YOU MERRY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!!

LWC … working to serve you better

LWC RESTORES WATER SUPPLY, APOLOGIZES TO RESIDENTS

Lagos Water Corporation, (LWC) has restored Water supply to Lagos residents after period of disruption of water supply due to some challenges faced by the Corporation.

In a statement released today, Tuesday 22nd December, 2020 in Lagos, the Corporation stated that “Operations commenced at all LWC waterworks across the State for supply of stable water to the residents of the State”.

While apologizing to the general public for the recent water interruption in the State, the Corporation “wishes the residents Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Advance” and restated its commitment towards providing potable water supply to every homes in the State.

However, urged Lagosians to Conserve and Use Water Wisely. For Complaints, pls., call LWC Customer Care Lines: 07045973012, 07045973013.

Remember to adhere to all #COVID-19 preventive measures and please, keep staying safe

LAGOS WATER BOOST: RESIDENTS TO EXPECT ABUNDANT IN SUPPLY

… enjoins Lagosians to report leakages or burst pipes to LWC

…urges Lagos residents to migrate to or connect to available Public Water Supply

As a result of boost/increase in water supply in Lagos State, Lagos Water Corporation expects residents to have abundance in supply of water.

This was contained in a statement released today Wednesday 7th October, 2020, while reacting to the recent boost in Water supply in the metropolis of Lagos.

The Corporation stated that Lagosians should expect more than adequate Water Supply as evidence of improved in service delivery in the State.

“The pressure of water supply might result to leakages or burst pipes, and when encountered such, please, “Calm Down” and report to the nearest LWC Regional/Zonal Office across the State or reach the Corporation through the Customer Care Lines on: 07045973012, 07045973013.

“Also, LWC website: www.lagoswater.org; e-mail: info@lagoswater.org; Facebook ID: Lagos Water Corporation; Twitter Handle: @lagoswater.”

The Corporation therefore urged Lagos residents to be conscious of their good health and take advantage of the increase in water supply by migrating or connecting to available Public Water Supply, as LWC potable water supply, is undoubtedly proven to conform to WHO’s standards, posing zero risks when it consumed as against other unknown source.

LWC WATER QUALITY MONITORING TEAM VISITS SOUTH REGION, WARNS AGAINST CONSUMPTION OF UNSAFE WATER

… appeals to the general public to always patronise the Public Water Supply
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…urges residents to pay their water rates and avoid being disconnected

Lagos water corporation, Water Quality Monitoring Team on Wednesday 23rd, September, 2020 visited the LWC South Region in continuation of her efforts to ensure effective and qualitative service delivery which include provision of potable, wholesome water to its customers

Areas visited included Dolphin Estate, Awolowo Road, Adjoining Streets, amongst others.

The team had earlier visited North East LWC Operation coverage area on the 16th September, 2020 on same mission, taking water samples from the Customers’ homes and analyse on the spot.

However, LWC Water Quality Monitoring Team has appealed to the general public, particularly, the residents of South region to always patronise the Public Water Supply, and warned against consumption of unsafe water supply from other sources.

Urging Lagosians to connect to potable water supply from the Corporation, and desist from drinking contaminated groundwater or patronising the informal sector that cannot be guaranteed.

Noting that drinking polluted groundwater or contaminated water can cause many types of diseases, which include Cholera, diarrhoea and other serious illnesses such as Guinea worm , Typhoid, Dysentery, amongst others

“Public water supply is good for human consumption, because it is safe and free from germs as it conforms with World Health Organisation’s (WHO) Standard.

“Adding that groundwater and other informal sector are unsafe because they are not treated”.

Enjoying Lagosians to always pay their water bills when due as no excuse would be entertained during the ongoing disconnection exercise, adding that disconnection notice is printed at the back of the bills.

For convenient and easy payments, pay through LWC new payment channels.