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Bako Villagers In Taraba Depend On This Contaminated River

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Residents of Bako Village under Gassol Local Government Area of Taraba State, solely depend on an unclean water from a river situated in the village, according to Water The Needy Foundation (WTNF), a charity group known for building wells in deserted communities.

Mustapha Muhammad Baba, the founder of the organisation, in a tweet, pledged to bring respite to Bako villagers.

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In the tweet, Baba narrated the plight of the villagers as they suffer lack of adequate and clean water everyday. 

The not-for-profit organization has in the recent years built a reputation on social media, especially Twitter, for its community development services including building wells, boreholes and facilitating other sources of water for villages and communities. 

In a video embedded to the tweet, women and children were spotted fetching contaminated water from a river. 

The river, according to WTNF is their only source of water for daily use and consumption.

Howbeit, WTNF promised to build a well for the community to ease their hardship. 

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“This is where the people of Bako village, Gassol LGA, Taraba state rely on as a source of water for their domestic use, we shall in shaa Allah build a well for them to ease their suffering,” the foundation stated in the tweet.

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