Salman Shagaya Foundation brings relief with motorized boreholes to rural-urban communities

Bringing a wave of relief and joy to hundreds of residents across Ilorin West and Asa Local Government Areas, the Salman Shagaya Foundation has unveiled its “Water Sustainability Project,” providing motorized boreholes to improve access to clean drinking water in the region.

Communities in focus for this phase of the initiative include Taiwo Area, Egbejila Community, and Kuntu Community in Ilorin West Local Government, alongside Gaa Oloko Village, Kaara Village, Gaa Ewusi, and Igboroko Village in Asa Local Government.

The inauguration of the newly installed boreholes sparked celebrations among residents, as the life-changing impact of access to clean water became a reality.

From young to old, the communities united in appreciation for the Foundation’s transformative intervention.

Honourable Muktar Tolani Shagaya, representing Ilorin West/Asa Federal Constituency, lauded the project’s significant impact, stating, “The Foundation’s commitment to addressing water scarcity and ensuring access to clean water for all is truly commendable.

“This innovative project not only taps into renewable energy sources but also serves as a beacon of hope for creating lasting change and enhancing community well-being.”