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Relief for Nadonumai Residents

We can finally get back to do our daily house chores, says a relieved mother, Aliti Vunivalu, of Nadonumai, Lami. Mrs Vunivalu said she felt relieved when the water supply
14 Dec 2014 10:12
Relief for Nadonumai  Residents
Sailosi Veiliutaki (left), Watisoni Ratulevu and Anare Johnson fill their containers with water at Delainavesi in Lami yesterday. Photo: Paulini Ratulailai

We can finally get back to do our daily house chores, says a relieved mother, Aliti Vunivalu, of Nadonumai, Lami.

Mrs Vunivalu said she felt relieved when the water supply started to normalise again last Friday.

“We have been advised to boil all drinking water. And we are thankful that the supply is now normal,” Mrs Vunivalu said.

“Water was not running ever since Sunday last week and the water trucks came in on Tuesday. We had to look for other water source which was really hard because water is an essential and without it we cannot do work as usual.”

Sekanasa Boleqa of Waigasa, Delainavesi felt the same way.

“School children are now on a break and with the restoration of the water supply, we are really grateful,” Mr Boleqa said.

The Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) will hold a press conference today for an update on the situation following the loss of a major pipeline in a landslide.

In the meantime, the WAF said the carting of water could continue on a daily basis until the water supply was fully restored.




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