Water vendors, popularly called mai ruwa, are making brisk business in Lagos State as a result of insufficient water supply to cater for the need of the increasing population of the state.
The scarcity of water in the city has given the business more patronage as many water vendors, particularly from the northern part of Nigeria, service the residents who have not been linked to public water supply system.
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