We Can Stop Nigerians Defecating Anyhow By 2025: Vice President

We Can Stop Nigerians Defecating Anyhow By 2025: Vice President

The Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has said that proper partnership among the three tiers of government and the private sector will help Nigeria achieves its goal to end open defecation by 2025.

In a statement at Abuja yesterday, Laolu Akande, the vice president’s media aide said Osinbajo spoke at a virtual meeting of the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Steering Committee. Information Guide Nigeria

The aim of the meeting was to look at the progress report of the implementation of the ‘Clean Nigeria: Use the Toilet’ campaign under the national programme to End Open Defecation in Nigeria. Peoplesgazette reports.

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In Osinbajo’s words: “If we work conscientiously, we can really make our country open defecation-free by 2025. It is entirely possible, and we must not rest on our oars (sic) as we push for the delivery of sustainable sanitation and hygiene services for all Nigerians”. jamb results

“We are at the cusp of real acceleration if we cease the current momentum. So, it is time to align our efforts at all levels and commit ourselves to using all of our spheres of influence in advancing the objectives of the campaign.”

“We must continue strong advocacy to policymakers and the general public, and of course, the ever-present issue of increased funding that is needed practically at all levels.”

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