Ten Abia Civil Servants Benefit From First Phase of Mortgage Housing Program

By Admin on 24/10/2016

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Governor Okezie Victor Ikpeazu with Abia civil servants

Ten Abia civil servants have benefitted from the first phase of the mortgage housing program introduced by the state Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu.
The beneficiaries who were selected from 10 Local Government of the state emerged randomly after a lucky dip.
Speaking before handing over the keys of the houses to the beneficiaries at the Regional office of Platinum mortgage bank in Umuahia,the Governor congratulated the lucky winners for becoming proud owners of houses.
He announced that the exercise will be conducted again in December this year while 10 civil servants each are to emerge every other two months throughout next year.
He commended the Secretary to the state Government and the Head of Service of the state for the transparent manner they conducted the exercise and charged civil servants in the state to work hard and pray for the government to do more.
According to him, Abia States depends on civil servants to make progress and implored all Abians to partner the state government.Earlier, the Secretary to the state government, Dr Eme Okoro said the gesture is in fulfilment of the Governor s promise to civil servants especially widows in the service during th e commissioning of the bank in August,adding that it shows that the Governor has empathy for workers in the state.
The M.D Platinum mortgage bank, Engr.Emmanuel Mbaka on his own said that the houses which cost N6 m each is a way of making housing available for Abians and appreciated the Governor for providing Abia workers with the fundamental needs which is food and shelter.


Posted on October, 24 2016

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