Nigeria Woos Private Investors To Help Supplement Water Shortfall

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The Nigerian city of Lagos may be surrounded by water but clean drinking water is not easily available. A UN report estimates that only ten percent of the city's 20 million-plus population has access to the public water supply.The rest depend on boreholes.The state government is trying to bring in private investors. But not everyone is convinced, that's the solution. CGTN's Deji Badmus reports
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