The need for good water is very essential in the rural areas.
Instead of fetching water from streams or other not so conducive means, a bore hole drilled in the center of the community that can be easily accessed by members of the community will help reduce the problem.
Dr Kohol Shadrach Iornem is currently the Director of Programmes at London Graduate School. He is responsible for organising education development for executives and individuals interested in career development. He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the International Foundation Group London, where he teaches Business Management and Study Skills to students enrolled on the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Kohol holds prestigious academic degrees: he is a graduate of Metallurgical Engineering from the Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria. He also holds two Postgraduate Diplomas - one in Management Studies from Albion College – where he graduated with a Distinction and earning the best student in his class recognition in 2010 and the other in Business Management from the London School of Commerce. He also holds an MBA (specialising in Finance) from the University of Wales Institute Cardiff. However, for Kohol, the horizons were expanding, and he continued his studies at Cardiff Metropolitan University, earning the university’s PhD in Management in 2017. Kohol is a certified management consultant, a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants, a Member of the British Academy of Management (BAM) UK and a Member of the Institute of Management Specialist UK. Kohol’s literary skills and academic knowledge has flowed into several international journals.