Children in Nigeria die from lack of water resources
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About one third of children in Nigeria lack access to the amount of water that they need to remain healthy. It concerns over 26 million children, of whom around 100,000 children die each year due to water-related diseases. Mustapha Emmanual Ushadari, is a specialist on commodity, and he wish for the government to provide inhabitants with with potable drinking water, especially children. This problem seems more urgent now than ever, as a UNICEF representative said: "the world's water crisis is here and children are the biggest victims."


 


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