LWC REGRETS DISRUPTION OF WATER SUPPLY TO SOME PARTS OF LAGOS METROPOLIS

Lagos Water Corporation has appealed to the general public over the disruption of water supply to some parts of Lagos metropolis.

In a statement issued today at the Lagos Water House Ijora Lagos, the Corporation?s Managing Director, Engr. Muminu Badmus said the disruption of water production and supply is due to electricity surge which ruptured all jumper fuses on Monday 8th May, 2017, at 5pm. resulting in power outage at Adiyan Waterworks which affected the smooth running of water facilities at the Waterworks.

Also, power supply to Iju Waterworks has been erratic making water production unstable, and the prohibitive nature of running diesel-powered generators has made water production irregular.

While expressing his concern over the developments, the MD assured the residents in the affected areas that water will be restored as soon as possible, as Engineers are currently working to rectify the situation.

The Corporation regrets inconveniences resulting from the disruption of water during this period and solicits the support of the general public towards ensuring stable Water supply in the State.

Signed

Akinmuleya Feranmi

Head, Corporate Communications

LAGOS WATER JOINS OTHER LASG WORKERS TO CELEBRATE LAGOS @ 50

Lagos Water Corporation joined other Lagos State Government Ministry, Agencies, Commission, and Parastatals workers to celebrate Lagos at 50. The memorable event took place today at the Popular Agege Stadium, Lagos.

The Deputy Governor, Lagos State, Dr. Idiat Oluranti Adebule who represented his Excellency, Executive Governor, Lagos State, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, in her speech said, ?today?s event will be written in gold in the history of State of Centre of Excellence?.

The Event witnessed Colourful march past, Exhibition, Parade, Cultural display (such as Adamu Orisa, Egungun, Igunnu ko, Sangbeto etc.) that graced the event.

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Corporate Communications.

Lagos Water Corporattion

PUBLIC NOTICE: WATER BILL PAYMENT THROUGH PHONES

Our Esteemed Customers,

In line with the Government Cashless policy, the Lagos Water Corporation wishes to inform you that you can now pay water bill through your phone for prompt payment and convenience.

Follow the following steps:

You are to dial the USSD code with amount and enter the fields when prompt to complete the transaction, for example, *322*1*04274801*500#, this will automatically debit N500.00 from the account number attached to the phone number used.

Find below the USSD codes:

 

ADVERTISEMENT INCOME [1]

*322*1*04274870*Amount#

 

AGEGE L G [2]

*322*1*04274841*Amount#

 

AIRFORCE [3]

*322*1*04274817*Amount#

 

AJEROMI/IFELODUN LG [4]

*322*1*04274842*Amount#

 

ALIMOSHO L G [5]

*322*1*04274843*Amount#

 

ALUM SUBVENTION [6]

*322*1*04274898*Amount#

 

AMUWO LG [7]

*322*1*04274844*Amount#

 

APAPA LG [8]

*322*1*04274845*Amount#

 

APPLICATION FEES [9]

*322*1*04274863*Amount#

 

APPROVED EXPENSES REFUND [10]

*322*1*04274889*Amount#

 

BACTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS [11]

*322*1*04274884*Amount#

 

BADAGRY LG [12]

*322*1*04274846*Amount#

 

BIDDING DOCUMENTS [13]

*322*1*04274891*Amount#

 

BILL PRODUCTION [14]

*322*1*04274892*Amount#

 

BOREHOLE ANNUAL FEES [15]

*322*1*04274838*Amount#

 

BOREHOLE APPROVAL [16]

*322*1*04274837*Amount#`

 

BOREHOLE MAINTCHARGES [17]

*322*1*04274839*Amount#

 

CENTRAL BANK [18]

*322*1*04274813*Amount#

 

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS [19]

*322*1*04274881*Amount#

 

COMMERCIAL FLAT WATER BIL [20]

*322*1*04274803*Amount#

 

COMMERCIAL METER WATER BI [21]

*322*1*04274804*Amount#

 

COMMERL OR INDUSTL/WEMA [22]

*322*1*04274876*Amount#

 

DEVELOPMENT FEES [23]

*322*1*04274864*Amount#

 

DIESEL SUBVENTION [24]

*322*1*04274897*Amount#

 

Domestic Flat water Bill [25]

*322*1*04274801*Amount#

 

Domestic Meter Water Bill [26]

*322*1*04274802*Amount#

 

DOMESTIC/WEMA BANK [27]

*322*1*04274875*Amount#

 

ENGINEERING SERVICES/HO [28]

*322*1*04274879*Amount#

 

EPE LG [29]

*322*1*04274847*Amount#

 

EQUIPT LEASE INCOME [30]

*322*1*04274873*Amount#

 

ETI-OSA LG [31]

*322*1*04274848*Amount#

 

EXTRA ORDINARY ITEM [32]

*322*1*04274893*Amount#

 

FEDERAL MINISTRY&PARASTALS [33]

*322*1*04274829*Amount#

 

FIXED ASSET DISPOSED INC [34]

*322*1*04274874*Amount#

 

HIRE OF EQUIPMENT [35]

*322*1*04274869*Amount#

 

HTH SUBVENTION [36]

*322*1*042748100*Amount#

 

HYDRATED LIME SUBVENTION [37]

*322*1*04274899*Amount#

 

IBEJU-LEKKI LG [38]

*322*1*04274849*Amount#

 

IBILE HOLDINGS [39]

*322*1*04274811*Amount#

 

IFAKO-IJAIYE LG [40]

*322*1*04274850*Amount#

 

IKEJA LG [41]

*322*1*04274851*Amount#

 

IKORODU LG [42]

*322*1*04274852*Amount#

 

INSURANCE CLAIM [43]

*322*1*04274872*Amount#

 

INTEREST INCOME [44]

*322*1*04274871*Amount#

 

IPP SUBVENTION [45]

*322*1*042748102*Amount#

 

JOINT VENTURE INCOME [46]

*322*1*04274877*Amount#

 

KOSOFE LG [47]

*322*1*04274853*Amount#

 

LAGOS HEALTH MGT BOARD [48]

*322*1*04274810*Amount#

 

LAGOS ISLAND LG [49]

*322*1*04274854*Amount#

 

LAGOS MAINLAND LG [50]

*322*1*04274855*Amount#

 

SPOTECH [51]

*322*1*04274808*Amount#

 

LASU [52]

*322*1*04274809*Amount#

 

LAWMA [53]

*322*1*04274807*Amount#

 

LEGAL SERVICES [54]

*322*1*04274880*Amount#

 

LSDPC [55]

*322*1*04274806*Amount#

 

LSG Contributions – AFD [56]

*322*1*042748104*Amount#

 

MEAL TICKETS [57]

*322*1*04274887*Amount#

 

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE [58]

*322*1*04274814*Amount#

 

MINISTRY OF WORKS & HOUSI [59]

*322*1*04274815*Amount#

 

MUSHIN LG [60]

*322*1*04274856*Amount#

 

NEPA [61]

*322*1*04274816*Amount#

 

NEPA SUBVENTION [62]

*322*1*04274896*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN ARMY [63]

*322*1*04274818*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN CUSTOMS SERVICES [64]

*322*1*04274819*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN IMMIGRATION SERV [65]

*322*1*04274820*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN NAVY [66]

*322*1*04274822*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN POLICE FORCE [67]

*322*1*04274823*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN PORT AUTHORITY [68]

*322*1*04274824*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN PRISONS [69]

*322*1*04274826*Amount#

 

NIGERIAN RAILWAY CORP [70]

*322*1*04274827*Amount#

 

NIPOST [71]

*322*1*04274825*Amount#

 

NITEL [72]

*322*1*04274828*Amount#

 

NNPC [73]

*322*1*04274821*Amount#

 

OJO LG [74]

*322*1*04274857*Amount#

 

OSHODI-ISOLO LG [75]

*322*1*04274858*Amount#

 

OTH FED INST/PAR/WEMA [76]

*322*1*04274862*Amount#

 

OTHER SERVICES ON RENT [77]

*322*1*04274868*Amount#

 

OTHER STATE GOVT PROPERTIES [78]

*322*1*04274812*Amount#

 

OTHER SUBVENTION [79]

*322*1*042748103*Amount#

 

OTHERS [80]

*322*1*04274890*Amount#

 

OTHERS SERVICES [81]

*322*1*04274886*Amount#

 

PAYMT FOR ADVERT FEES [82]

*322*1*04274840*Amount#

 

PHYSICAL ANALYSIS [83]

*322*1*04274882*Amount#

 

POLYELECTROLITE SUBVENTIO [84]

*322*1*042748101*Amount#

 

PRIOR YEAR ADJUSTMENT [85]

*322*1*04274894*Amount#

 

RECONNECTION PENALTY [86]

*322*1*04274832*Amount#

 

REGISTRATION FEES [87]

*322*1*04274865*Amount#

 

RENEWAL FEES [88]

*322*1*04274866*Amount#

 

RENTAL INCOME [89]

*322*1*04274867*Amount#

 

SALARY REFUNDS [90]

*322*1*04274888*Amount#

 

SALARY SUBVENTION [91]

*322*1*04274895*Amount#

 

SHOMOLU LG [92]

*322*1*04274859*Amount#

 

SOIL ANALYSIS [93]

*322*1*04274885*Amount#

 

STATE -SERVICED PROPERTI [94]

*322*1*04274861*Amount#

 

STATES SECONDARY SCHS [95]

*322*1*04274805*Amount#

 

SURULERE LG [96]

*322*1*04274860*Amount#

 

TENDER FEES [97]

*322*1*04274833*Amount#

 

TOXOCOLOGY ANALYSIS [98]

*322*1*04274883*Amount#

 

TRAINNING/HO [99]

*322*1*04274878*Amount#

 

WATER CONNECTION [100]

*322*1*04274831*Amount#

 

WATER SUPPLY TO ESTATES [101]

*322*1*04274836*Amount#

 

WATER TANKER SERVICES AT [102]

*322*1*04274830*Amount#

 

WATER VENDOR LICENCE FEE [103]

*322*1*04274834*Amount#

 

WATER VENDOR RENEWAL FEE [104]

*322*1*04274835*Amount#

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BARIGA: LWC DEBUNKS FEEL OF ALUM IN WATER

The Lagos Water Corporation has debunked feel of Alum in Water supplied to the residents of Bariga. This is contained in a statement issued by the Managing Director, LWC, Engr. Muminu Badmus on Friday 21st April, 2017, in his Ijora Office, Lagos.

In response to the report published in Punch Newspaper, dated Wednesday 19th April, 2017, titled ?Water Supply in Bariga?. Engr. Badmus said LWC Water is safe and good for consumption as it is produced in conformity with World Health Organisation?s (WHO) standard.

He stated further that the Quality Assurance Department of Lagos Water Corporation ?has visited the streets mentioned in the report, and collected samples of water in the area, which were taken to the laboratory for thorough analysis. The result showed that the Colour, pH (acidity and alkalinity of Water) and Residual Aluminum values are within the acceptable standard, contrary to the report in the Punch Newspaper. The findings are clear indication that the Water is good and safe for use.

While assuring the public on the quality of Water produced by LWC, MD expressed the commitment of the agency in providing potable and uninterrupted Water supply across the State.

Akinmuleya Oluwaferanmi

Head, Corporate Communications Department

LWC

LASG ASSURES LAGOSIANS ACCESS TO POTABLE WATER – DR. BABATUNDE ADEJARE

The Lagos State Commissioner for Environment, Dr. Babatunde Adejare has assured Lagosians access to Potable Water. Dr. Adejare disclosed this during his presentation at the Ministry of Environment 2017 Ministerial Press Briefing to commemorate the second year in office of his excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, Governor of Lagos State, held today at the Bagauda Kaltho Press Centre, Alausa, Ikeja.

While answering questions from the Media, the Commissioner said “nobody ever envisaged that the State population will be over 25million, and that’s why the State is continuing building more facilities/infrastructures across the State to provide Water for all”.

He further said, presently, the Corporation is producing 210MGD and the demand is over 700MGD. He said, the State is investing heavily in water sector to close the demand gap.

Dr. Babatunde Adejare, in his statement enumerated some projects commissioned/embarked upon by the State Government through Lagos water Corporation? to improve service delivery to every homes in Lagos State, such as 2MGD Mosan Okunola and 4MGD Otta Ikosi Regional Water Scheme, the ongoing 70MGD Adiyan II, the recently approved 100MGD Odomola Water Scheme, the Rehabilitation of 48 waterworks across Lagos, among others, he concluded.

LASG ASSURES LAGOSIANS ACCESS TO POTABLE WATER

Lagos Water Corporation, Managing Director/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus has assured residents of the State of sufficient and access to potable Water supply. The LWC boss revealed this today at the Press Conference at LWC Headquarters, Ijora, Lagos.

He said the administration of His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has employed a pragmatic approach in solving the problem of water demand gap, and ensuring that Lagos is water crisis free in future. He explained further, ?a great number of projects have been embarked upon to increase the production and expansion of reticulation across the State?.

MD disclosed that ?the State has completed arrangement to urgently embark on massive rehabilitation of 48 mini water works across Lagos State to increase production and boost water supply. These waterworks include, Surulere, Onikan, Lekki, Badore, Ajagbandi, Ikeja, Ikate, Ikorodu, Epe, V.I Annex, Bariga, Oworonshoki, Ijora-Badia, Apapa, Iponri, Oshodi, Ikoyi, among others?. When completed, these will boost water supply to that axis. Also, there is ongoing rehabilitation exercise at our major Waterworks of Iju, Adiyan and Akute Intakes for efficient service delivery in Lagos State.

The Lagos State has placed much priority on water sector, as part of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode Tripod Agenda for Lagos prosperity, and highly committed to ensuring that water gets to everyone in the State.

As part of this present administration?s renewed efforts to keep pace with the growth of water demand, Mosan ? Okunola mini waterworks (2MGD) was recently commissioned, Ishasi Waterworks has just been upgraded to produce 4(MGD). The Otta-Ikosi regional Water scheme of 4 (MGD) capacities is currently supplying over 10 communities in Agbowa /Ikorodu area of the State.

Other programmes and Projects include: the on-going construction of Adiyan Phase II of 70MGD, and when the reticulation is completed, it will serve 3 million residents of Lagos State.

The current rehabilitation and expansion projects going on in different parts of Lagos involve replacement of pipes and mains expansion to boost water supply. Some of the benefiting communities include: Surulere, Itire, Yaba/Ebute-Metta, Iwaya and Victoria Island.

In addition to these milestone projects, the State, through LWC has also approved the construction of 100MGD Odomola Water scheme to serve Epe , Ibeju ? Lekki, Badore, V.I, Onikan and other communities in that Axis. The project would be executed on Public-Private Partnership arrangement. He further explained that the Public Private Partnership initiative is entirely different from privatization. If it is privatization, ?it is total divestment, but PPP is an injection of fresh funds into government?s facilities from private investors, and it is not profit driven, but a long-term investment that will guarantee protection of Lagosians? interest?.

He further said, the Lagos Water Corporation has embarked on the installation of pre-paid meters in Lekki and Ikeja, and additional 15,000 units to be deployed to Surulere, Itire, Yaba/ Ebute-Meta, Iwaya, Victoria Island, Victoria Island Annex and Lekki.

We have also deployed Nodal meters into the distribution networks for efficiency and management of water supply in different parts of Lagos and the meters will be fitted with telemetry devices for real time remote monitoring and management.

Also, he disclosed that efforts are been geared towards improvement and reform of water supply services in the State, adding that the Corporation has advertised for consultancy services for development of electronic Lagos Water Assets Management System that will be mapped in a Geographical Information System (GIS) to improve operational efficiency and management of water supply system and other facilities.
Engr. Badmus concluded that Imeke-Iworo, Surulere, Ishasi and Abule-Egba mini waterworks will soon be commissioned as part of the programs of Golden Jubilee Anniversary of the State.

He urged the residents of the State to be patient as the Corporation is working assiduously to ensure that water gets to every home and there would be excess water supply when the facilities are running at the optimal capacity, he concluded.

Akinmuleya O.
Head, Public Affairs
Lagos Water Corporation

LWC BEGINS OPENING OF BIDS FOR REHABILITATION OF 48 WATERWORKS

The Project implementation Unit has commenced opening of Bids exercise for the Rehabilitation of 48 Waterworks across the State, today 4th April, 2017 at the LWC HQ, Ijora.

In total, there are 54 bidders who would be scrutinized and adjudged strictly before determining the bidders who would be selected for the job, provided that they have met given criteria.

This is a follow up to the pre-bid conference for Emergency Rehabilitation/ Repair for Boreholes and Treatment Works in Mini/Macro Waterworks in LWC held on the 24th March, 2017.

The State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode had earlier announced the Rehabilitation of the 48 Waterworks to be commenced soon.

The Waterworks includes Badore, Lekki, Epe, Surulere, Ikeja, Aguda, Magodo, Mende among others.

In his statement, the MD restated his commitment towards diligent work, and reassured that only the competent contractors will be given opportunity to execute the Waterworks Rehabilitation Project.

Bid winners are expected to be announced at the end of the Exercise and work to commence soon.

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Corporate Communications Department

Lagos Water Corporation

LAGOS WATER CORPORATION TO RESUSCITATE 48 MINI/MACRO WATERWORKS ACROSS LAGOS STATE

The Managing Director, Lagos Water Corporation, Engr. Muminu Badmus has revealed that the Corporation is working towards reviving 48 Mini/Macro Waterworks across the State.

He made this assertion during the Pre-bid Conference for Emergency Rehabilitation/ Repairs of Boreholes and Treatment Works in Mini/Macro Waterworks in LWC, on Friday 24th March, 2017, at the Water house, Ijora, Lagos.

“The Corporation has the support of the Lagos State Governor, His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode to resuscitate 48 Mini/Macro Waterworks in Lagos State”.

The Waterworks include: Badore, Lekki, V/I. Ikeja, Epe, Ikoyi, Apapa, Bariga, Surulere, Ikate, Igando, Ojoo, Ajangbadi, Ikorodu, Shomolu, Onikan, Eredo, Coker Aguda, Magodo, Ojokoro, Meiran, Ajegunle, Iwaya, Ijora Badia, Alexandra, Isheri-Osun, Iponri etc.

While expressing his profound appreciation, the MD thanked the Lagos State Governor and the State Executive Council for their outstanding gesture, and assured them of continued constant water supply in the State.

“On completion of these Waterworks with design capacity of about 100MGD, the water demand gap in the State will be drastically reduced”.

“I want to assure the general public that we shall continue to stand by our Mandate “to provide potable water to you all”.

While addressing the intending contractors at the Conference, he restated his commitment towards providing quality work and implored the prospective/intending contractors to do a diligent work, because it’s not a business as usual.

We are making efforts that only competent contractors are given opportunity to execute the waterworks projects, he said.

In his statement, the Corporation, COO, Engr. Deji Johnson warned that “the project is not a project for project sake, it is a project for improvements on the existing waterworks and towards optimal working performance/capacity of the existing facilities”.

It is a test case job for better performance, he concluded.

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Anifowoshe Rasaq O.

Public Affairs Division, LWC

LWC JOINS OTHER STAKEHOLDERS TO CELEBRATE 2017 WORLD WATER DAY

Global research has shown that 80% of fresh water being produced in all water facilities goes down the drain as wastewater – Engr. Muminu Badmus.

Lagos Water Corporation joined other water stakeholders to celebrate this year United Nations World Water Day. The event took place at the Excellence Hotel, Ogba on Wednesday 22nd March, 2017.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Environment, Mr. Babatunde Hunpe who represented the Governor of Lagos State, His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode said the State is committed to the provision of potable water and sustainable of healthy environment in Lagos State.

While speaking on the theme of the WWD- Wastewater, Mr. Hunpe said “as water energy demands and environmental needs grow, water recycling will play a greater role in our overall water supply, he enjoined everybody to work together to overcome obstacles, water recycling and help us to sustainably manage our vital water resources.

While delivering a speech titled: “Wastewater Reuse – A solution to Global Water Shortage” on behalf of the Managing Director/CEO, LWC, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus, Dr. Mrs. Balogun, who was adjudged as the best time manager, for her time consciousness at the event said without significant global policy change, the world would only have 60% of the water needs by 2030.

She further stated that all hand must be on deck to ensure in-depth analysis, and proper management of wastewater reuse, as a solution to global water shortage. The AGM, Quality Assurance stated “we must collectively use a pragmatic approach to tackle the problem of global water shortage”.

Dr. Mrs. Balogun was optimistic that there is light at the end of the tunnel, because wastewater can satisfy most water demands, as long as it is adequately treated to ensure water quality appropriate for the use, she concluded.

Earlier in the week, the LWC, boss, Engr. Muminu Badmus featured in 96.1 FM (Traffic Radio) phone-In program, Side Mirror, enjoined everybody to conserve and use water wisely, as research has shown that there is water shortage globally.

He urged the general public to be patient with the Corporation especially during this transformation period, as we are doing everything possible to bring potable water to every home in Lagos State.

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Anifowoshe O. R.

Reporting for LWC Public Affairs Division

LASG, LWC MAKE HISTORY, EXCITE RETIREES

It was a celebration galore as the Lagos State Government, through Lagos Water Corporation presented Bond Certificates to the Corporation Retirees. The Bond Certificates presentation took place on the 14th March, 2017 at the LWC, Water House, Ijora, Lagos.

In his remark, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Environment, Mr. Babatunde Hunpe who was present at the event adjudged the Corporation?s? Bond Certificates presentation to be the first of its kind, with the ceremony that followed the presentation. He said ?this is a memorable day in history of Lagos Water Corporation, we have never had this kind of Bond Certificates presentation before, I am completely overwhelmed?.

Mr. Hunpe further commended the LWC boss, Engr. Muminu Badmus for his outstanding initiative and urged other State Agencies and Parastatals to borrow a leaf from this memorable event. Other notable dignitaries present at the event were: the Lagos State Permanent Secretary for Establishment and Training, Mrs. Folashade Ogunnaike, LWC, COO, Engr. Deji Johnson, Mr. Awobajo F.O., Mr. Otunniyi A.A., Mrs. Fasuyi Kehinde and Mrs. Rosiji Oluyemisi (All LASPEC representatives).

While delivering the key note address, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus restated the Corporation?s commitment towards prompt payment/settlement of retirement benefits dividends of LWC retirees. ?The Managing director said, ?I am highly delighted, because this historic event is happening during my time as the Managing Director of the largest water producer in sub-Saharan Africa. This day sees the fulfillment of my promise when I came on board on 2nd November, 2015 to remit every deduction from all employees? salaries into their Retirement Savings Account?.

The LWC boss stated that under this new scheme, the Corporation would today expend the sum of 68 Million Naira on a total number of 36 retirees, whose bond certificates will be presented to them, he said this new scheme will reduces the waiting period for contributors to access their Retirement Savings Account, because this Retirement Bond Redemption Fund Account is consistently funded by the State Government.

He further thanked the retirees for their patience, commitment, hard work, loyalty and resourcefulness toward positive and effective service delivery in Lagos State, as they are alive to reap the fruit of their labour.

Engr. Badmus commended the Lagos State Government, under the leadership of His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode and the Director General, LASPEC (Lagos State Pension Commission), Mrs. Folashade Onanuga, for their assistance and intervention towards the settlement of retirement benefits of our retirees (2008 ? 2014) under the new Contributory Pension Scheme.? Recently a bond payment of the sum of ?323,483,374.97 was presented to 149 of LWC retirees, who retired between 2008 ? 2014, from Lagos State Government through LASPEC under the new pension scheme (Contributory Pension Scheme), he added.

In her contribution, the Director General, LASPEC (Lagos State Pension Commission), Mrs. Folashade Onanuga, advised the retirees that when the money is received should not be used for needless ventures, but channeled towards profitable endeavours as no one is too old to dream big and set new goals.

The Lagos State Permanent Secretary for Establishment and Training, Mrs. Folashade Ogunnaike appreciated the Corporation efforts towards making the day an eventful one and thanked the MD, LWC for his good work and commitment toward moving the Corporation forward.

The Lagos Water Corporation, Assistant General Manager (Human Resources) ???????????? Mrs. Aramide Alaka implored the retirees to use the money judiciously, as this is not the time for unprofitable social activities. She prayed that ?may God let every one of us reap the reward of our labour? (Ki Olorun je ki afi owo arawa gba etoo wa, Amin), she concluded.

Signed:

Anifowoshe Rasaq O.

For: Controller, Public Affairs Division

Lagos Water Corporation.