US$450 000 required to complete Dangamvura water project

By ZBC Reporter
WATER challenges in Dangamvura high density suburb of Mutare are set to come to an end following the arrival of high-pressure pipes for the residential area’s water project.
For over fifteen years, Dangamvura high density suburb, home to more than fifty thousand people has been facing acute water shortages.
However, the problem is set to be a thing of the past after the arrival of high-pressure pipes for the Dangamvura water project.
Mutare Town Clerk, Joshua Maligwa is confident that the Dangamvura water project will be concluded this year, even though the council still requires more resources for the project.
”We have received pipes to construct the Dangamvura water pipeline and we are looking forward to completing the water project by the end of the year. There is need to raise about four hundred and fifty thousand dollars to procure other accessories as well as small pipes. Four hundred and fifty thousand united states dollars is still needed to buy other accessories and labour,” he said.
Mutare Mayor Councillor, Blessing Tandi weighed in calling upon residents to play their part in the development of the city, by paying their bills in time.
”My plea is for the people of Mutare to support this project. This requires people to pay their bills as construction works are not sponsored by ADB but by the city of Mutare,” said the Mayor.
Dangamvura residents have always been at loggerheads with the council over the slow pace of addressing the water crisis.

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