The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) in the Northern Region has announced a temporary shut down of its intake plant at Nawuni.

This follows the announcement of the impending spillage of the Bagre dam today.

According to the GWCL, the current water level stands at 31.50 feet even before the spillage.

The company said the maximum level the plant should take is 36 feet. GWCL is thus anticipating that the spillage would pose a threat to the dam.

A statement issued by the Public Relations Manager, Nii Abbey Nicholas, said any intake above the estimated maximum point, would put the plant in danger.

He therefore urged residents to conserve water in the coming days.

Management also assured the public and its cherished customers that water supply would continue once the river level is within its Standard Operating levels.



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