Cameroon like most African countries badly needs people who have vision so that projects conceived don't fail even before there are being realized.
The Bamenda giant water project is already suffering from lapses that weren't previewed before the project was conceived.
On Thursday, the indigenes of Bamenda had no water flowing on their taps and the situation was rescued in some quarters by the Army Rescue Unit that carried water for distribution or rationing .
The draught threats have only come to highlight the need for water resources to be harnessed and stream lined for effective and efficient management and supply.
Bore holes drilled and channelled to reservoirs can rescue this crisis, but do we have the political will to create projects that have the populace in mind?
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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