Many parts of Ghana have been hit with acute water shortage. The development, has compelled both domestic and commercial users of water to resort to various sources of accessing water. While some have adapted to the use of sachet water, others have had to rely on water delivery services which are equally costly to cope with. The following report filed by Citi Business News’ Pius Amihere Eduku reveals that while those hit by the shortage are in crisis some businesses are benefiting from the development. It turns out the borehole drilling business is booming following the shortage.
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