Message from MD/CEO, Lagos Water Corporation, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus.

Nigeria clocks 58 years today as a sovereign nation, against all odds and challenges, we give thanks to Almighty God for sparing our lives to witness today.

On this special day, I Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus (MD/CEO), Lagos Water Corporation congratulate Lagosians, especially the LWC Esteemed Customers on the celebration Anniversary of Nigeria @ 58.

We thank you all for your supports and Cooperation for us to be where we are today.

We are in the Water business today because we have you, and your cooperation is unquantifiable. Sincerely, we appreciate you all for your milestone supports.

I urge you all to continue to partner with the Corporation for its progress, prosperity, and stability, as it is important for all to work towards building a more stable and improved Corporation that will continue to supply potable Water to ever increasing population in the State.

We promise that the Corporation will not relent in its efforts for improved Service delivery in the State.

We enjoin you to continue to call LWC Customers Care Nos. – 07045973012, 07045973013. email:, facebook: Lagos Water Corporation, Twitter: @Lagoswater, website: Customers lines for enquiries, comments and complaints on water supply, Water connection, reportage of Burst pipes, illegal connections among others.
I also enjoin you to please pay your Water bills as when due as this is the only way that you can ensure continuous better service delivery.

The labour of our past Heroes shall never be in vain, Amen

Happy independence, Nigeria
Happy independence, Lagos State
Happy independence, Lagos Water Corporation.

Thank you all.

Engr. Muminu A Badmus
Lagos Water Corporation


Nigeria clocks 58 years today as a sovereign nation, against all odds and challenges, we give thanks to Almighty God for sparing our lives to witness today.

On this special day, I Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus (MD/CEO, Lagos Water Corporation congratulates Lagosians, especially my fellow LWC Staff on the Celebration Anniversary of Nigeria @ 58.

I urge you all to continue to work for the progress, prosperity, and stability of the Corporation, as it is important for all to work towards building a stable and improved Corporation that Will be beneficial to everybody in the Corporation and Lagos State at large.

This is a collective responsibility for all to make a history and write our names in gold.

By God’s grace, we shall overcome all odds and challenges and reach the greater heights in the promised land.

The labour of our past heroes shall never be in vain, Amen

Happy independence, Nigeria
Happy independence, Lagos State
Happy independence, Lagos Water Corporation

Engr. Muminu A Badmus
Lagos Water Corporation

NATIONWIDE STRIKE : LWC urges Customers to vend for continuous Water Supply

Lagos Water Corporation wishes to inform the general public that due to proposed Nationwide Strike to be embarked upon by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Thursday 27th September, 2018.

Water consumers across the State can vend now (today) in any of the Corporation’s zonal offices nearest to them for continuous Water supply during and after the exercise.

– Management

LWC… working to serve you better!


The Lagos Water Corporation today 25th September, 2018 presented Bond Certificates to their 2015 retirees set. The event took place at the LWC Water House Ijora, Lagos.

In his brief speech, the LWC, MD/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus, urged the retirees to use the money judiciously.

“We are thankful to God that the retirees are alive to receive their benefits.
This could not have been achieved singlehandedly, but through the efforts of the entire workers. I appreciate you all”.

Badmus added: “I hail the zeal and courage we have shown towards carrying out our duties and activities, as this is the major reason this corporation is settling the benefits of those who have retired.

The Corporation’s Chief Operating Officer, Engr. Deji Johnson, Head, Projects and Strategy, Engr. Ogunlana Sikiru and Head, Staff Training, Mrs. Alaka Aramide presented the Bonds Certificates to the retirees.

The retirees present at the ceremony are: Mrs. Kafayat Aina Abiola, Mrs. Kuteyi Agnes, and Engr. Adegboye Benedit among others.

The retirees in their vote of thanks, could not hold their surprises, but appreciated Engr. Badmus led administration for living up to expectations, and wished the Corporation success in its future endeavours.

COUNT DOWN TO: September 2018 Webinar of the Nigeria Urban WASH Community of Practice – Thursday 20th September, 2018.

A-Day to go!!!

COUNT DOWN TO: September 2018 Webinar of the Nigeria Urban WASH Community of Practice – Thursday 20th September, 2018.

Dear all,

This is to remind you that the Lagos Water Corporation, Managing Director/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus will be sharing the Performance Implementation Programs (PIP) experience on the USAID community of practice .

The presentation will trace the history, challenges, successes and lessons from the Lagos PIPs, as well as give insights into the next phase designed to step down PIPs to the regional/ unit operations of LWC.

You are once again invited to another Live Webinar of the Nigeria Urban WASH Community of Practice, which is supported by the USAID funded WASH Coordination Project (WCP).

To be part of this historical presentation,  please, click on the link below 👇👇👇 to register:

Thank you as you did!!!

LASG HAS NOT PRIVATISED WATER SUPPLY, Assures best practices in water sector

The Lagos State Government has said that it has not privatized water supply, neither has it awarded water privatization contract to any organisation, saying that the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model that it was initiating in the water sector was still at bidding stage.

This was made known on Thursday in Ijora by Engr. Muminu Badmus, Managing Director, Lagos Water Corporation while reacting to reports in some section of the media.

Engr. Badmus debunked reports by some online media that the state government had awarded water privatization contract to a discredited company as false, stressing that such insinuations were at best preemptive as government had only shortlisted a number of reputable companies, none of which was yet to have the contract.

He explained that the Lagos Water Corporation had publicly advertised an Expression of Interest (EOI) which attracted seven local and international firms, out of which four firms were shortlisted following a rigorous and transparent process.

He assured Lagosians that the Lagos State Government would continue to work in their interest in the bid to promote their wellbeing, adding that this was the main reason why the Akinwunmi Ambode Administration had prioritised provision of potable water to the people by investing in water facilities as evidenced by the increase of water supply to 220Million Gallons per Day (MGD) to rapidly bridge supply gap.

Engr. Badmus stated that the exponential increase in population has continued to push the water supply need of Lagos State to 570MGD, leaving a gap of over 300MGD, while for the same demographic reason, the state’s resources faced pressure from other critical areas.

“ Globally, attention is being shifted to the PPP arrangement to provide infrastructure for the people as government can no longer shoulder the responsibility alone” he said.

He said that what the government was working towards was ultimately a PPP arrangement and not outright withdrawal, adding that government was midwifing an arrangement that would ensure the injection of both public and private funds and expertise to drive seamless provision of potable water to the teeming population of Lagosians.

He assured Lagosians that, as the ultimately beneficiaries, they would have cause to rejoice at the outcome of the ongoing process which not only promise to evolve an effective and enduring solution to the water supply needs of Lagosians, but also bring about a model for the country and the entire West Africa sub-region.


Nigeria Water Supply Association (NWSA) has honoured the Lagos State Governor,  His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, as he bagged a Grand Waterman of the Year Award at the 1st International Conference/Exhibition and 4th Annual General Meeting/Election, organised by Nigeria Water Supply Association (NIWASA) at the Sheraton hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, recently.
The Award was in recognition of his immensely contribution to the Water sector in the State.
Lagos Water Corporation GMD/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus who was in attendance among other members of Staff of the Corporation received the Award on behalf of the State Governor.
While presenting the Award to the LWC boss, the Honourable Minister for Water Resources, Engr. Suleiman Hussein Adamu, stated that the organiser acknowledged the efforts of the State Government in providing potable water to the ever increasing population of the State, noting that such efforts cannot be underestimated.
Engr. Muminu thanked the Conference organiser for bestowing such  huge Award to Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, stated that the Lagos State Government has placed much priority on water sector and is highly committed to ensuring that water gets to everyone in the State.
“That is why the present administration under the leadership of His Excellency, Mr.  Akinwunmi Ambode has continued to invest heavily in Water facilities, as evidenced in the improvements in water supply in the State
“ Noting that due to the State increased investment, the hardship which many residents suffer in getting potable water in their homes has reduced drastically”.
He however, added that  the Corporation is working closely towards launching it’s Strategic Business Plan to guide the Corporation to year 2023.
Recently, the Corporation added 10MGD to Water Production and Supply as a result of massive rehabilitation exercise embarked upon by the State Government, this included the 3 Major Waterworks of Iju,  Adiyan and Ishasi, Akute Intakes and 48Mini Waterworks across the State.
Presently,  the State has embarked on Adiyan phase II of 70MGD to supply western axis of the State, Proposed Igbo-Nla Phase I 100 MGD water scheme was expected to boost water supply to Victoria Island, down to the Lekki corridor.

Other projects, which were still in the pipeline for execution through the PPP arrangement, included Yewa I, Ishasi Expansion, Igbo Nla II, Adiyan III, Yewa II, Ibeshe I and Ibeshe II projects, among others, he concluded.


In a bid to be acquaintance with Water treatment processes, and have a feel of the different equipments and facilities used in treatment of potable water in Lagos State, Secondary School Students from different schools in the State made an excursion to the Iju Waterworks, today 7th August, 2018.

The visit/excursion was part of activities lined up by Lagos State Government, Ministry of the Environment to mark year 2018 Conservation Encomium for Students in the State.

Students and Staff from different schools including Vetland schools and Lagos Model College Ignonla were led to the Waterworks by Officers from the Lagos State Ministry of the Environment.

LWC delegates were led by the Head, Staff Training, Mrs. Aramide Alaka, accompanied by Head, Quality Assurance Mrs. Monsurat Banire, Staff of Staff Training and Quality Assurance.

Mrs. Banire took the Students round the Waterworks, particularly different strategic stations of the Plant, including the Ogun raw water pumping station, in-let chambers, flocculation/aeration tank, the sedimentation tank among others, and gave them indepth and detailed knowledge on water extraction and treatment.

Mrs. Banire explained how raw water is extracted from the Ogun River, through different processes of filtration and chlorination before final consumption at home.

While giving a vote of thanks, Oyaleke Deborah, a student from Vetland Senior grammar School commended the LWC GMD/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus, management and entire Staff of the Corporation for sustainability of the Waterworks/Plant, stating that the excursion has made them ambassadors to other students in Lagos State to teach them the processes of water treatment.

Other observers during the excursion also expressed contentment with the efforts of the Corporation, particularly in the area of improved Customers service delivery in the State.


The Lagos Water Corporation on Saturday 21st July 2018 begins the repair of water leakage on 600mm diameter pipe located between Oyingbo – Iddo motorway.

This was contained in a statement released by the Corporation’s Group Managing Director/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus in Lagos, today Friday 20th July, 2018.

Engr. Muminu said the the repair work is inevitable at this period to ease traffic movement in the area, *before the closure of the 3rd mainland bridge scheduled for Friday 27th – Sunday 29th July, 2018.*

He added that the Officers of the Nigerian Police, Lagos State Transportation Management Authority (LASTMA) and other Traffic Officers would be available during the period of the exercise to give way to motorist plying this road as the exercise is *expected to be completed before Tuesday 24th July, 2018.*

Meanwhile, some parts of Lagos Island, Victoria Island, Ikoyi, Surulere and Yaba Ebute Metta may experience disruption in Water supply during this period, in order to fast track the repair work for effective service delivery.

LWC therefore regrets any inconveniences caused at this period and assured the general public of steady water supply soon, as the Corporation is working relentlessly to serve you better.


The Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporation and Government Own Companies (SSASCGOC), Lagos State chapter paid a courtesy visit to Lagos Water Corporation, Ijora Lagos, on Tuesday 17th July, 2018.

The SSASCGOC delegates were received by the Corporation’s Management led by the GMD/CEO, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus, at the Water House, Ijora.

Other management staff present at the meeting included the Corporation’s Head, Finance and Accounts, Mr. Dada Adefolaju; Head, Project Accounts, Mr. Aro Ibraheem; Head, Administration and Human Resources, Mr. Sheriff Akinpelu; Head, Sales and Commercial, Mr. Michael Ajose.

Others were: Engr. Ibrahim, Mr. Oriola, Mrs.Osomo Risikat among others.

The new SSASCGOC State Chairman, Mr. Olatunbosun Alao who led the Association’s delegates to the Water House was in company of some notable State and LWC Charpter Executives.

While receiving the Association team to the LWC Boardroom, the LWC boss, Engr. Badmus thanked the Association for their continuous supports and understanding towards moving the Corporation forward.

Vital Issues were discussed during visit, which included the Core Values of the Association (SSASCGOC), such as:

1, Leadership vision
2, Staff productivity
3, Profitability and its Sustainability
4, General Staff Welfare
5, Social Partnership
6, Team work
7, Knowledge of Law, among others.

In his closing remark, the State Chairman of SSASCGOC, Mr. Olatunbosun on behalf of the Association lauded Engr. Badmus led management for heeding to their requests/calls even with his tight schedule, and prayed for more strength and wisdom to take the Corporation to greater height.

The new State Executive, was inaugurated on the 10th April, 2018 at the National Secretariat, Lagos.