Lagos Water Corporation, Managing Director, Engineer Muminu Adekunle Badmus on Thursday 9th February, 2017 celebrated with the First Military Administrator of Lagos State, Brigadier Mobolaji Johnson (Rtd.). The get-together party took place at his residence in Ilupeju, Lagos.
In his speech, the LWC boss said, the Corporation joined the family, friends and other well-wishers to felicitate the former Military Administrator on his 86th Birthday Anniversary as a sign of appreciation of his good service to the State.
While wishing Brigadier Mobolaji Johnson (Rtd.) long life and good health, he said his footprints remains indelible in the State.
Anifowoshe Rasaq O.
For: Controller, Public Affairs Division
Lagos Water Corporation
Reveals Plans to Construct Rail Line Linking Ikoyi to Lekki
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, Tuesday received the Certificate of Admission of the state as one of the 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) in the world pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, saying that it was a starting point and a positive partnership that would help the state address the challenges of urban planning, transport gridlock, environment and modern infrastructure.
Governor Ambode, who spoke at the presentation of the certificate held at the Renaissance Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, said the development was not only historic in the annals of the State but a confirmation that the efforts to build a globally competitive state had received international recognition.
The Governor said it was gratifying to note that despite the challenges faced by the state in many areas including transportation, security, ocean surge, flooding, high unemployment rate, pressure on physical and social infrastructure, growth of slums and a huge housing deficit, Lagos remained resilient and ever progressive.
While alluding to the objective of his administration to make every community in Lagos economically livable and stem rural-urban flight, the governor said deliberate initiatives have been put in place to address the housing deficit, transport challenges and economic development, among others.
He said: ?We acknowledge these challenges and needs; and now as a member of the 100 resilient cities of the world, we have a platform to compare notes with cities who have similar experiences and create innovative and mitigating strategies.
?Lagos is currently home to about 23 million inhabitants with an estimated 86 people moving into Lagos every hour. This creates challenges of managing a daily increase in human and vehicular movement,? he said.
The Governor, who said that resilience had always been part of the Lagos story, said despite the fact that the State remained the smallest state in Nigeria by geographical size, it is the largest by population and economic power.
He particularly recalled the manner with which Lagos contained the outbreak of the Ebola virus in 2015 and secured residents from a terrible epidemic.
While speaking on the plans for the state, Governor Ambode said his administration was currently in partnership with the Agence Francaise de Development (AFD) to upgrade 2 blighted settlements in Bariga and Amukoko.
?We have initiated many interventions all over the State to shorten road travel time and we are in talks with the Japanese International Corporation Agency (JICA) to introduce rail transportation in the Ikoyi-Lekki corridor. We have also engaged in massive road construction and opening-up of our rural communities, continuous clearance of drainages and the upgrade and construction of Primary Health Care Centers (PHCs). Our objective is to make every community in Lags economically liveable and stem rural-urban flight.
?In response to the high unemployment figures, we created the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund to provide cheap source of funding to our young entrepreneurs and SME?s. The Fund started disbursement to beneficiaries in December 2016 and more funds will be made available to in the coming months to stimulate economic activity and get more of our young people employed.
?The ocean surge is a huge challenge and the Lagos State Government in partnership with notable investors have invested in the development of Eko Atlantic City to not only contain the ocean surge but to deliver a new city which will be a future financial, commercial and tourism centre,? he said.
In his opening remarks, Lagos State Commissioner for Finance, Economic Planning and Budget, Mr. Akinyemi Ashade said the selection of Lagos among the 100 Resilient Cities was sign post of a new dawn for the State in terms of ability to adapt to some of the risks and shocks it may be exposed to and how to effectively treat and overcome them.
He recalled how Governor Ambode issued a directive in August 2016 for commencement of process for Lagos to be selected, adding that the feat, apart from taking the delivery of electoral promises a notch higher in terms of concrete and measurable deliverables to the citizenry, would also compliment the vision of the present administration to make Lagos Africa?s model mega city of choice.
Earlier, President of 100 Resilient Cities, Mr. Michael Berkowitz said out of the over 1,000 applications received and three rounds of selection process, Lagos was chosen for its innovative leadership, infrastructural strides and influential status not just in Africa but in the world.
He said the organisation, by the initiative, was hoping to help cities change the way they think about their resilient opportunities and to see an integration between challenges.
?Sometimes cities think about transport, just about moving people; housing, just about housing people; economic development, just about creating jobs but cities get better when they think about those things in an inter-related way.
?We are trying to inspire a movement across the world to change the way cities approach their risks and opportunities and so Lagos is not just the most influential city in West Africa or the continent but around the world and that was very appealing to us,? Berkowitz said.
The Governor later signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Mayor of Paynesville, Liberia, Mrs. Cyvette Gibson, which would facilitate information sharing around resilience in the two cities with the view to bring about economic development.
SOURCE: THISDAY NEWSPAPERS
FEBRUARY 8, 2017
Lagos Water Corporation, Managing Director, Engineer Muminu Adekunle Badmus has assured the Residents of Animashaun, Kernel, Johnson, Itolo and Jimoh Streets of Surulere Area of Lagos? metropolis of regular water supply.
This was revealed at a Community meeting organized by the member of the Lagos House of Assembly representing Surulere Constituency, Hon Desmond Elliot at Kernel Park, Kernel Street, Surulere, Lagos recently. The Honourable wanted a lasting solution to the problems of interrupted water supply facing the area and asked for joint co-operation between the Residents and LWC to hasten-up supply of potable water in Surulere area.
In his statement, the Executive member of the Community Development Association (CDA) Mr.? Sunday Essien said ??we have been facing a lot of problems in our area such as Interrupted water supply, Over billing, etc??. ?He requested for an urgent solution to these problems as they are unbearable.
While responding to their requests, engineer Muminu Badmus attributed the problems to the Epileptic power supply from the national grid, Gas disruption by the militant from the Niger-Delta, which effecting the Independent Power Plant (IPP) at Akute, ?Road rehabilitation and expansion, On-going Mains rehabilitation and extension in Surulere Service Area. He further explained that whenever there is interruption in power supply it really affect water production and result in drop in supply.
However, MD has assured the Residents of potable water supply soon as all hands will be on deck to fulfill primary responsibility of the Corporation of ?providing potable water to all?. ?He said after completion of other notable projects such as on-going Construction of 70mgd Adiyan phase II, On-going Mains Rehabilitation and Extension in Surulere Service Area, Rehabilitation of 45mgd Ishasi Waterworks etc water supply will be in abundant.
The Lagos South-East Regional Business Manager, Engr. Adeyemi Abass pleaded with the Community Association and assured those that have not be connected back into the System as a result of ?vandalization due to road rehabilitation and expansion, will be connected back soon.
In his vote of thanks, the representative of the CDA, Mr. Ade Laja thanked the representatives of the Corporation the led by Engr. Badmus for their timely responds to their calls, and asked for God?s guidance and support to move the Corporation forward, he concluded.
Anifowoshe Rasaq O.
For: Controller, Public Affairs Division
Lagos Water Corporation.
The Lagos State Government (LSG) as an integral part of its vision and policy thrust has embarked on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model as a key strategy for the accelerated delivery of its public infrastructure.
The Lagos State Government has established legal instruments/institutions that promote an enabling environment for procurement and implementation of Public Private Partnership projects in the state. These include: Lagos State Public Procurement Agency (Lagos State Public Procurement Law 2011); Office of Overseas Affairs and Investments – Lagos Global (Lagos State Public Private Partnership Law 2011) and the Lagos State Water Regulatory Commission (Lagos State Water Sector Law 2004).
Lagos, with a population of currently 24 million people and projected to be the 3rd largest megacity in the world by 2020 reaching 29 million population mark, is Nigeria?s economic and commercial nerve centre. Presently, Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) has an installed capacity of 210 Million Gallons per Day (MGD). The total installed capacity can only meet 30% of the current demand.? In order to close the demand gap, LWC has developed a Lagos Water Supply Master Plan (2010 ? 2020) which outlines the infrastructure development programmes into short, medium and long term phases.
The Lagos State Government, through LWC commenced the construction of 70 Million Gallons per Day (MGD) Adiyan Phase (II) Water Treatment Plant, an EPC contract under the Public Procurement and the construction has reached 65% completion. The Engineering Design of the Distribution Network of 2,369 KM length for the service coverage area has been completed through a Consulting firm engaged by the State Government. The service coverage area is the Western Axis of the State with a population over 4million.
The Lagos State Government, through LWC (the ?Authority?) intends to develop ?Water Distribution Network, metering and Operation/Management of New 70MGD Adiyan Phase II Water Treatment Plant (WTP)? (the ?Project?)? and as part of this endeavour, the Authority has decided to undertake the Project through Public-Private Partnership (the ?PPP?) on Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (the ?BFOT?) basis, and has, therefore, decided to carry out the bidding. A twenty-five (25) year concession period is being proposed for this project which shall be wholly funded by the Concessionaire.
LWC now intends to invite EOI from reputable and experienced potable water plant operators, developers and investors either as individual firm on consortium with the requisite qualification and capabilities to submit applications for the purposes of being shortlisted to participate in a competitive tender for the Project.
The selected Bidder, who is either a company or consortium incorporated under the Companies & Allied? Matters Act, 2004 of Nigeria or undertakes to incorporate as such prior to execution of the concession agreement (the ?Concessionaire?) shall be responsible for construction, financing, procurement, operation and maintenance of the Project under and in accordance with the provisions of a long – term concession agreement (the ?Concession Agreement?) to be entered into between the preferred bidder (?the? Concessionaire?) and the Authority in the form provided by the Authority as part of the Bidding Documents.
2.0 ? ? ?PROJECT OBJECTIVE
The objective of the project is to engage a firm/consortium/investor/concessionaire with adequate experience for successful execution of works detailed in the project scope below.?
3.0?????? PROJECT SCOPE
The project scope of work will broadly include:
(a)? Construction of 2,369Km of Water Distribution Network Pipelines of varying? sizes;
(b)? Service Connection of over 200,000 house connections and metering, including telemetry and????? SCADA infrastructure;
(c)? Operation and Maintenance of a newly constructed 70MGD? Adiyan II ?(WTP);
(d)? Development and Maintenance of a comprehensive Customer Database and collection of ?revenue;
(d)? Design, Construction and Commissioning of 7.8 ? 10 Megawatts Independent Power Plant ???(IPP).
4.0 ? ? ?SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) now invites firm/consortium/investor/concessionaire to indicate their interest in providing the required Services. Interested parties shall provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services (brochures, description of previous similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills amongst Staff, professional qualifications etc). The short-listing criteria are: (1) Core business and number of years in business, 2) Technical and Managerial organization of the firm, (3) Availability of Appropriate Skills among Staff. (4) Firm?s experience in similar assignments and (5) Firm?s experience in working in similar conditions and environment.
5.0??????? REQUIREMENTS FROM INTERESTED PARTIES
In addition, the prospective firm or consortia must possess the relevant experiences in the development, operation and management of water supply scheme. They are required to submit comprehensive information as follows:
6.0 ? ? ?SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
Interested Bidders may obtain further information at the address below during office hours between 09.00 am to 4.00 pm or by electronic mail.
The EOI submission should include:
Six (6) hard copies (one (1) original and five (5) other copies of EOI applications) and a soft copy on CD-ROM/FLASH DRIVE to be delivered in a sealed envelope and clearly marked ?ADIYAN PHASE II WATER SUPPLY PPP Project (Expression of Interest)? to the address below on or before Friday 24th February, 2017 no later than 1600 hours Nigeria time.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY QUALIFIED FIRMS BASED ON THE CRITERIA IN PARAS. 4 & 5 ABOVE WILL BE INVITED FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION.
?Attention: Engr. Muminu Badmus
Lagos Water Corporation,
Water House Headquarters,
Tel: 08054443685; 08023304901; 07067834060.
It should be noted that this invitation does not constitute a commitment on the part of LSG and/or the LWC to award the project to any firm or consortium expressing interest. Furthermore the submission of documents shall not entitle any of the interested parties to any claims against LSG and/or LWC by virtue of such firm or consortium having responded to the EOI invitation. All costs incurred by respondents as a result of this EOI invitation and any subsequent requests for information shall be for respondent?s account only.
END OF THE YEAR SPEECH DELIVERED BY MANAGING DIRECTOR, LAGOS WATER CORPORATION, ENGR. MUMINU ADEKUNLE BADMUS AT A MEDIA CONFERENCE ON 30TH DECEMBER, 2016
VENUE: CORPORATION HEADQUARTERS, WATER HOUSE, IJORA.
Gentlemen of the Press,
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the End of the Year 2016, Media Briefing, marking my 365 days of assumption of the office as Managing Director of Lagos Water Corporation. I want to state that today?s event be considered a family gathering, because the Corporation has enjoyed your co-operation and unbiased reportage throughout the year.
As we are all aware, it has become a norm for the State Government to give account of its activities on regular basis in order to keep the public abreast of the plans, programs and projects of the government.
It is in line with this tradition that the Corporation has organised this briefing to inform the public about what the Corporation has done in the last one year.
To speak with perfect candour, this year has been very challenging, not only for Lagos Water Corporation or the State, but for the entire country, due to economic recession. However, the present administration of His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, which has been adjudged a performing administration, set the standard for the Corporation to tackle all challenges and improve on its performance, particularly in the area of production and distribution of potable water in the State. This has not only encouraged us, but keeps the Management of Lagos Water Corporation on its toes to map out strategies for achieving desired results.
Obviously, Power from the national grid has been a major hindrance to water Production and Distribution in the State. Equally, the absence of gas has made the IPP (Independence Power Plant) not to function effectively as projected. It is on record that ?Nigeria is losing 3,132 megawatts in a day; this is due to gas constraint, pipeline vandalization, inadequate infrastructure to transport the gas to power plants. The present Administration has taken a proactive step in addressing this challenge with the procurement of diesel-powered generators to power our waterworks; this has made water supply to be stabled in Lagos Metropolis.
We all know that Water is the most essential element of life on Earth, and our existence depends on safe and potable water, that conforms to World Health Organisation standard. That is why, Lagos Water Corporation is highly committed to its assigned responsibility of providing safe drinking water in sufficient and regular quantity, maintaining good quality services, meeting customers? expectations and promoting community health.
Lagos is the commercial and economic hub of Nigeria with the current population of over 20 million and is projected to reach 29 million by year 2020. This has put pressure on the existing LWC facilities, and for us to keep pace with this exponential growth of population in the State, and provide regular and sufficient water, the Corporation has designed a Lagos Water Supply Master Plan (2010 ? 2020), which serves as a frame work for our pragmatic approach to solve the problem of water shortage that may arise from population explosion.
At this point, I am happy to inform you that in spite of these daunting challenges, the Corporation has executed a great number of projects that have positively impacted on the people of Lagos State.
The State Government is expanding the water facilities to meet the water demand of 540MGD (Million Gallons per Day), and this gave birth to the commissioning of Otta-Ikosi Regional Waterworks of 4MGD in Epe Division, in May this year, with 80.32Km pipe network/reticulation which is currently serving eleven communities between Agbowa and Itokin. These include Ado, Agbowa, Ago – Hausa, Ago ? Owu, Ajebon Orugbo, Iganke, Ikosi, Odo Ayandelu and Otta Ikosi. In the same month, the State commissioned Mosan-Okunola Mini Waterworks of 2MGD with 5.0Km pipe network/reticulation in Mosan Okunola LCDA. This is currently serving Abesan Estate, Baruwa, and adjoining communities.
In the same vein, the State Executive Council recently gave an approval to commence the Development of Odomola Water Scheme II of a 100MGD Water plant and the reticulation of the primary, secondary, and tertiary distribution within the Odomola service areas such as, Lekki Phase 1, Dolphin, Victoria Island – Saka Tinubu, Victoria Island Annex, Ikoyi?Alexander Road, Ikoyi ? Club Road, Badore, Epe 1 and Epe 11. This Project will be executed on Public Private Partnership basis. At this juncture, it is important to shield light on the PPP model adopted for the execution of the project. This is not a profit driven initiative, but a strategy for injection of Public- Private Fund into infrastructure development and management process that encourages Private-Public Participation for accelerating rapid service delivery in effective and efficient manner for sustainability and socio-economic development of Lagosians.
The administration is currently executing the Construction of Adiyan Water Treatment Plant Phase II with 70MGD capacity which is to benefit a population of about 3,000,000 people by providing potable water, and this will be completed soon. When completed, this will serve Ikotun, Idimu, Isolo, Agege I & II, Ajegunle, Lagos West, Amuwo etc.
An on-going discussion on upgrade/expansion of Ishasi Waterworks to 35MGD to serve Ajangbadi, Iba, Ijegun- Egba, Otta-Awori, Ketu and its adjoining communities.
Reticulation is on-going from Isiwu (Otta Ikosi area) to Ikorodu to boost water production in the axis. This will also serve Ikorodu and its adjoining communities.
In our renewed efforts to supply water to every home in the state, the State is currently running an infrastructure support project with Lagos Water Corporation being the executing agency under the loan of Second National Urban Water Sector Reform Project (2NUWSPR). The project is being managed by Lagos Water Corporation Projects Implementation Unit. The Rehabilitation and Expansion of Distribution Network covers the following areas: Surulere (Surulere Zone, Itire Zone and Yaba-Ebute Metta-Iwaya Zone) and Victoria Island (Victoria Island, Victoria Island Annex and part of Lekki Phase I).
To enhance efficiency and boost revenue generation by the Water Corporation, we have carried out re-organisation for effective service delivery. Under this new arrangement, we have appointed 8 (eight) Regional Business Managers to ease administrative bottleneck. The regional business areas cover 8 geographical zones namely: Lagos South ? East, Lagos – North, Lagos North ? East, Lagos North ? West, Lagos – South, Lagos – South ? West, Lagos ? East, and Lagos ? Central.
We have also created Data control, Billing and Business intelligence Units to enhance service delivery and improve revenue generation of various regions, as well as improve business operations process through regular provision of Data and Information.
I want to re-state that the State Government is totally committed to the provision of safe and potable water to the Lagosians as this is evident in 2017 budget as more funds has been earmarked for execution and to facilitate all the projects in Water sector to improve access to potable Water in the State.
We must express our profound gratitude to His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, for the huge investment in Water facilities for us to deliver on our mandate of ensuring that every Lagosians get access to potable water.
This is pact that we have signed with Lagosians, and we are committed to that pact.
Gentlemen of the Press, I must sincerely appreciate you for your unflinching support and unbiased reports on our activities. It is neither a cajolery nor flattery; your constructive criticism has been a source of encouragement. When you tell us our shortcomings, it nudges us to do it right and when you appreciate us; it gingers us to do more.
Finally, I implore you, our esteemed Fourth Estate of the Realm to continue to partner with us and explain Government plans and programmes to the public, as people rely largely on you for authentic information on government plans, programmes and projects
I thank you all and God bless.
Itesiwaju Ipinle Eko Lo?jewa Logun
Engr. Muminu A. Badmus
Lagos Water Corporation.
Lagos Water Corporation is partnering with 2ML on Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). The programme is a World Bank Initiative designed as an incentive based programme which attracts incentives for good performance and penalties for performance below the SMART ( Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound) level.
This assertion was made during a 2-day sensitization programme, commenced from 17th -18th November, 2016, held at the Corporation Headquarters? Boardroom, Ijora, Lagos. The Team Leader, Dr. William Muhairwe, said ?there is an urgent need to turn around the Lagos Water Corporation?s Operations, Customers billing and Collection efficiency in order to move the Corporation to the next level?.
In his opening speech, the Managing Director, Lagos Water Corporation, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus restated his commitment toward moving the Corporation forward, through effective service delivery that will translate to increase in the revenue generation for the Corporation. He also urged the management and staff of the Corporation to tap into the benefits of the programme for better performance, he stated.
While delivering the training lecture, Dr. William highlighted the Term of Reference (TOR) for short Term High Impact Turn Around Programme, which ranges from; Assessment of the Operations, Setting of Goals and Target , Developing Strategies and Monitoring & Evaluation.
However, as a follow-up to this development, the Management of the Corporation through the Human Resources Department has rolled out an Internal Advert (Vacancies) for the following positions for efficient and effective service delivery:
? Regional Business Manager: GL 14-17
? Production Manager: GL 13-15
? Distribution Manager: GL 13-15
? Quality Assurance Manager: GL 13-15
? Sales and Commercial Manager: GL 13-15
Application forms are available for interested candidates form HR, Room 315. Closing date is Monday 28th Nov., 2016. For further enquiries, please contact HR Department, RM 315.
Anifowoshe Rasaq O.
For: Controller, Public Affairs Division
Lagos Water Corporation.
Lagos Water Corporation has appealed to the general public for the discomfort and inconveniences presently experienced over temporary disruption of water supply in some parts of Lagos metropolis, especially Lekki, Ikoyi and Victoria Island Annex axis of the State due to power outage from its Independent Power Plants at Lekki.
In a statement released today at the Water House, Ijora, Lagos by the Group Managing Director, Lagos Water Corporation, Engr. Muminu Badmus, ?the disruption of water supply being experienced presently is due to power outage from IPP which has adversely affected the Water Production at our Lekki, Alexander and Victoria Island Annex Waterworks”.
The Corporation is currently working relentlessly on alternative power supply to restore power to our Waterworks as soon as possible.
While reiterating the Corporation?s commitment towards providing un-interrupted water supply in the State, the LWC Boss regrets all inconveniences resulting from the disruption during this period and appreciates the understanding and Cooperation of the general public, as the problem is for a short while.
Anifowoshe Rasaq O.
For: Controller, Public Affairs Division
Lagos Water Corporation.
The Lagos Water Corporation Group Managing Director, Engineer Muminu Adekunle Badmus has assured the Corporation workers of job security. The GMD made this assertion during the Staff forum, today at the LWC Headquarters, Ijora, Lagos. The LWC boss said “some Staff of the Corporation has been awashed with various misconceptions indicting Lagos Water Corporation of initiating privatisation policy, which will ultimately inflict hardship on the Lagos populace and Lay-off of the Staff of the Corporation”.
The GMD said “PPP initiative entails the fresh injection of private capital into the efficient management of government-owned assets, and not Privatization, which is the sale of government-owned assets to private investors as misconstrued in some quarters”. The GMD said Public-Private Partnership is not peculiar to Nigeria, and indeed Lagos. “The model is being practiced in other parts of the African continent. Surprisingly, in Cross River State, Nigeria, water supply in Calabar, Ugep and Akampa are being undertaken under PPP. He said the model was first practiced in Cote d’ivoire in 1959 with the introduction of Urban Water Affermage, a successful operation, and being embraced in other parts of the continent, like South Africa, Algeria, Uganda etc’’. He further allayed the fears of the Staff for loosing their jobs during the implementation of the PPP Strategy. He pledged that during his own tenure as the GMD nobody will ever loose his or her job.
While responding to questions asked during the meeting, Engr. Muminu Badmus said the current situation of unstable Water supply in the State was due to the erratic power supply from the national grid and the Independent Power Plant (IPP) has continued to interrupt water production and supply as a result of current vandalization of Gas pipelines in the Niger Delta Region of the Country which has adversely affected the Production at our various Water facilities across the State. But now, LWC has reconnected Adiyan waterworks to Ikeja Electricity Distribution Company (IKEDC) and Iju Waterworks to Generators, with this arrangement, water production has resumed and is getting stable. Engr. Badmus said very soon the Government will find permanent solution to the Gas powered IPP. He further added that LWC was also looking at other power alternative, including Solar and propane to power the waterworks.
However, engineer Badmus has assured the staff of re-introduction of bi-monthly Newsletter to fill in communication gap among the Management Staff and the entire staff of the Corporation. He said this will be a platform to discuss issues affecting the Corporation.
The GMD explained that the Corporation has commenced Operation Verification Exercise from Surulere Area of Lagos State on Thursday 7th July, 2016, as a pilot scheme, to be continued at Oworonshoki, Yaba/Ebute Metta and Iwaya Axis of the State on the 11th August 2016 and will be extended to other parts of Lagos metropolis. The Exercise is to verify LWC Customers Water problems like Over Billing, No Billing, Double Billing, No Water, Water Leakages, Non Reflection of Payments etc, in order to find lasting solution to the problems.
Engineer Muminu therefore, thanked the Staff of the Corporation for their Cooperation and understanding and reiterated that the Corporation is committed to serve Lagosians better in terms of efficient and uninterrupted water supply in the State.
For more information, please contact:
Mr. Anifowoshe Rasaq
For: Controller, Public Affairs Division.
Lagos Water Corporation
Lagos Water Corporation has appealed to the general public over the temporary disruption of water supply to some parts of the Lagos metropolis.
In a statement issued today at the Water House, Ijora, Lagos, the Corporation’s Group Managing Director, Engr. Muminu Badmus said the disruption of water supply is due to the shortage of Gas at the Corporation’s Independent Power Plants (IPP).
However, the LWC Boss has assured the general public of alternative power to restore water supply within Lagos Metropolis as soon as possible.
While reiterating the Corporation’s commitment towards providing un-interrupted water supply in the State, the GMD regrets all inconveniences resulting from the disruption during this period and appreciates the understanding and Cooperation of the general public.
Controller, Public Affairs Division
Lagos Water Corporation.