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After being appointed water Ambassador, Jaguar now wants boreholes in all slums

By Stevens Muendo | Monday, Nov 28th 2016 at 09:05

After he was appointed Water Ambassador by the Ministry of Water and Irrigation last week, celebrated musician Jaguar now says he will campaign to ensure that every urban slum gets clean water.

The singer, who is also one of the National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) board members said the appointment will help him realise his goal of ensuring less fortunate members of the society get their share of the national cake.

"I have no doubt partners will come on board and help my department ensure that we, at the lease, get a borehole in every slum as that is my first goal," he told MondayBlues yesterday.

"I am therefore inviting anyone or organisation that can in one way or another give views and support in this to come forward and help realise the dream of water to every homestead that the Water and Irrigation ministry is advocating for through the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda," he added.

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