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Water woes end

Salaseini Moceiwai
Saturday, May 10, 2014

RESIDENTS of a small-farming community in Dreketi, Macuata will now receive consistent water supply.

This after businessman Charan Jeath Singh gave a water tank to them earlier this week.

The 19 residents of Naibulu settlement have been victims of intermittent water supply for quite some time.

"They approached me and I thought it was only proper for me to help them since they were going through a lot of water problems," Mr Singh said.

"This is just a small contribution from my company for the purpose of helping the people in need in society.

"My company, the Charan Jeath Singh Group of Companies, believes in helping the less fortunate ones and we will continue to reach out to them in whatever way we can."








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