FMBN Pledges Support For Affordable Homes For NYSC Employees

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The Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) has declared its willingness to help the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) achieve its goal of ensuring that its staff members can buy homes they can afford.

According to a statement from Eddy Megwa, the Director of Press and Public Relations, Mr. Madu Hamman, the Managing Director of the bank, revealed this on Thursday during a meeting with top NYSC officials in his office in Abuja.

He praised Brigadier General Yushau Dogara Ahmed, the Director General of NYSC, and his team for their efforts in shaping Nigerian youths into responsible citizens. He also listed three housing options available to NYSC staff.

He said: “there are three housing options for your staff: the National Housing Fund Mortgage Loan, the Cooperative Housing Development Loan, and the Ministerial Pilot Housing Scheme. These plans are available in all our branches across the country.”

The Chief Executive Officer of the mortgage institution reiterated their commitment to making sure that lower and middle income Nigerians can buy homes at reasonable prices.

General Ahmed, the NYSC Director General, thanked the bank for its significant efforts in providing homes at reduced prices to all segments of the population. He said the purpose of the visit was to strengthen collaboration with FMBN, which would allow NYSC staff to own homes as part of his administration’s welfare plan.

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