Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon has carried out a corporate social responsibility for the people of Obagaji community in Agatu local government area of Benue state.
The footballer threw Obagaji community into wide jubilation after provided three boreholes for them.
Moses Simon who currently plays for FC Nantes in the French League was unhappy about the fact that the community never had portable water.
The Benue state indigene then ordered for three boreholes to be drilled after getting an appeal from the elders of the community about the lack of good water.
Although he is from Benue, Simon who spent part of his life in Kaduna State, still considers it a priority to remember the people from his place of origin.
Obagaji community head, Chief James Ocheche expressed appreciation to Moses Simon on behalf of the whole people in the town.
“We have been without water for as long as we have existed as a community. We depend on rain water as well as what we get from our stream.
“Once the raining season is over, we depend on the water source known as the ewu and from ages we have been depending on it like that,” Ocheche explained according to reports gathered,” he said.