The Deputy President of the Senate, Chief Ike Ekweremadu gave the indication while inaugurating the drilling machines for the take-off of the project in Awgu, Awgu Local Government Area of the State.
Chief Ekweremadu said the two hundred boreholes were expected to be ready before 2019 and assured the people of continued quality representation.
He urged the people to cultivate the habit of interacting with those in government in order to assess performances and discuss their problems through the Enugu West People’s Assembly, recently inaugurated in the area.
Speaking on the occasion, the Enugu State Governor, Chief Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi pledged his commitment to the overall development for the State.
Governor Ugwuanyi said over one billion naira would be expended on infrastructural development in Enugu West Senatorial District.
In their separate remarks, the Special Assistant to Enugu State Governor on Community Relations, Chief Okezie Nwanjoku, a former Council Chairman of Awgu Local Government, Chief NnannaNze and an elder statesman, Chief Eric Chime, said that the water project was vital to the people and commended Chief Ekweremadu for quality representation.