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Access Bank prevents water-borne diseases in Adamawa through borehole donation

Access Bank prevents water-borne diseases in Adamawa through borehole donation

AS part of measures to prevent water-borne diseases, especially as Cholera ravages some communities and States in the Country, Access Bank PLC has intervened in the water crisis being faced by a community in Kasuwan katako Area of Wuro-Jabe in Yola South Local Government Arrea of Adamawa State, providing portable drinking water for the residents.

BusinessDay reports that over 300,000 people in the community would be benefiting from the solar-powered borehole officially inaugurated for use by members of the community in Adamawa State.

Explaining the drive behind the project, Timothy Anthony, the Head of Operations of Access Bank PLC in charge of the project, said “it is one of Access Bank’s ways of ensuring a healthy society.”

Anthony, who said that the project would be replicated all over Nigeria, added, “Access Bank is building a healthier tomorrow, one community at a time. We are bringing clean water to those in need to improve health and quality of life.”

The chief of the community in which the water project is located, Babangida Baba-Hajo, however thanked God that Access Bank PLC decided to give his community the benefit of reliable drinking water.

Rhoda Idi Maina, a resident while speaking, said Access Bank PLC had done an exemplary favour.

She said, “From now on, I and all members of my family will be banking the Access way,” she said, appealing however to the people of the Area to also shift their accounts to the bank.