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A man demands that Davido use his N200 million donation to drill boreholes in all 774 local government areas.

Paul Ash, a Nigerian, has encouraged David Adeleke aka Davido, the renowned artist and DMW CEO, to use the millions he has collected to drill boreholes in all of Nigeria’s local government districts.In the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, there are 774 local government areas.Paul, a Business Development Executive,

believes that if Davido drills boreholes in all 774 LGAs, it will have an influence on the lives of rural residents.

When confronted with asking Davido to do something that the federal, state, and local governments were elected to perform, the guy stated that just because the government refuses, citizens should not forsake those in need of basic necessities.

Friends, coworkers, and admirers have been donating millions of dollars to Davido. His first target estimate was N100 million, but after exceeding it, he boosted it to N200 million.

@iam paulash took to Twitter to express his feelings. “Dear @davido,” he wrote. In Nigeria, there are 774 local government areas, yet nearly none of them have piped water.It would be admirable if you could take use of this opportunity to drill boreholes in every Nigerian local government to improve the lives of rural residents.”

“because government has failed to fulfill their responsibilities, we should entrust those who cannot afford basic necessities to their faith.”

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