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Water Wahala- The struggle for potable water

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Ghana has many water bodies but many taps across homes and offices run dry. People employ various means of obtaining potable water for daily use. Many have given up hope of ever having water run through their taps while others continue to pray. Water Wahala (Wahala means suffering in the Hausa language), tells the story of people facing water challenges and assesses the measures being adopted by the Ghana Water Company Limited to address the issue. It is produced and presented by Citi FM’s Umaru Sanda Amadu.

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