Abuja to experience water scarcity as Water Board announces shutdown
Management of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Water Board has announced that there will be disruption in water supply to some areas in Abuja.
According to a statement released by the board on Wednesday phase 1,3, and 4 treatment plants will be shut down for for five days.
It said the shutdown is to enable the connection of a bye pass trunk line to Kubwa main line for the rehabilitation of the treated water tank.
The board said the maintenance work is scheduled to take place in two phases. Phase one is Monday, 18th to Tuesday 19 October and phase 2 is Friday, 22nd to Sunday 24th October, 2021.
“Consequently, there will be disruption of water supply to residents of Maitama, Asokoro , Garki 1, Garki 2 , Karu/Nyanya , Kubwa 1 and Kubwa, Wuse 1 and Wuse, Barracks and Central Area.”
The board, therefore, advised residents of the listed areas to store water for their daily use during this period.
“ We regret the inconveniences this exercise may cause you,’’ the statement signed by the board management added.
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