NKURENKURU - The Nkurenkuru Town Council recently drilled two new boreholes at the town, bringing the total number to seven.
The contractor is just left with the installation of water reservoirs with solar panels. These boreholes cater for the entire town and soon NamWater’s services at the town will not be needed.
“The two boreholes were drilled at Kahenge and that is the only place where NamWater supply water; the rest of the town is supplied by our boreholes. We want to make sure that every resident in town has access to water and we urge them to pay their monthly dues for the council to continue supplying them with water,” said town CEO Petrus Sindimba.
He said the two boreholes will cost the council about N$1.2 million, including all installations.
“Our focus is to bring efficient services to residents,” said Sindimba.
Since Nkurenkuru was proclaimed a town in 2006, the council has upgraded services such as sewerage, roads, water and electricity networks at most parts of the town. – firstname.lastname@example.org