Gist: Jan 2014 ban on pure Sachet Water is almost here: What shall we do?  (Read 2397 times)

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In June this year, we heard it from the Environmental Minister that

In a bid to check the continued despoliation of the environment, the Federal Government yesterday said plans are underway to ban the use of plastic bags in the country.

Minister of Environment, Mrs. Hadza Mailafia, who dropped the hint during the 2013 World Environment Day celebration in Abuja, said government would favor the use of paper bags in their place.

Mailafia, who said the ban would take effect from January 2014, also said the Federal Government was also considering banning the use of sachet water.

Now...with almost 2 months to the ban, we ask what shall the Nigeria people do, with over 77 million depending on this pure sachet water as a means to a clean and water system. What shall we do?

In an article againt the cabal by Dr Brimah "Ban small people and small business water in sachets but not factory water in plastic bottles? Are plastic bottles decomposable and easier to dispose than sachets? An average human being needs to drink over 3 liters of water every day, that’s 13 cups. So when they ban the sachets this coming January, how will we get our 3 liters? From the tap? *Sarcasm. Sensible governments provide running water. In responsible nations, there are fountains with safe drinking water flowing at all parks and on all floors of most buildings. In Nigeria, we do not have water flowing from our taps and yet they wish to ban pure water sachets. It appears we are drinking good water for too cheap in the cabal and government’s eyes.

So we will be forced to get pure water to drink by buying bottled water from companies the cabal own? A sachet of pure water sells for N10, sometimes just N5. A bottle of water sells for N70. So basically, unless this government wishes to kill us with thirst, we will still drink and litter the same amount of water and water containers, the only difference is that we will replace the easier to save and properly dispose-of-later sachets with equally non bio-degradable bulky bottles and caps. But our government does not mind this; that is why the Minister did not mention banning bottles. This pays the cabal. Only now the poor will spend more money, over 10 times more for the same amount of water. And the many small businessmen, a hundreds of thousands of Nigerians employing industry will all be run out of business. The cabal will make millions to billions selling their bottled water, the land will be more polluted, our pipe borne water will be again most seriously jeopardized to help the cabal make more billions undeterred, and many Nigerians will be forced to drink from the stream and gutter… and die." http://ends.ng/2-months-to-pure-water-ban-war-against-the-cabal-wac/


 

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