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5 Jan 2021
Some 86 million people in Nigeria live in extreme poverty. Many have no running water, electricity or adequate sanitation. The government now wants to ensure that everyone has access to a clean toilet.
21 Sep 2018
Only 97 million people have access to improved sanitation in Nigeria. This is according to Zaid Jurji, Chief, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Section of UNICEF, Nigeria. He joins CNBC Africa from Abuja to discuss solutions to Nigeria’s water sanitation crisis.
11 Jun 2017
Clean water,proper sanitation and food safety measures to stamp out cholera.
25 Nov 2016
Lagos state has scrapped the monthly sanitation excercise after a judicial pronouncement against it and as a result of billions of Naira lost by businesses during the exercise.

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