Return home and invest: FGMB MD to Nigerians in Diaspora

By Nzeh Frankwhite.

The Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria’s front line Mortgage bank (First Generation Mortgage Bank), Sir Young-Toby Ekechi has called on Nigerians living outside the country to consider the capital city of their home country (Abuja) Nigeria, their priority investment destinations, this he said will guarantee their return on investment and guarantee them and their loved ones a permanent place of abode upon retirement and return to the country.

The youthful CEO spoke to Diaspora News. NG after an investors session with some foreign nationals at the Transcorp Hilton Hotels in Abuja, he advanced his appeal reminding these Nigerians of the popular Igbo saying, ‘Akuruo ulo Amara onye kpara ya’ simply meaning, that the wealth of a man is better appreciated at home, since there can never be any place like home.

Speaking further, Sir Ekechi stated, in his words, “At First Generations Mortgage Bank, we offer attractive mortgage payment plans that is about the most investor friendly in Nigeria, second only the Federal Government’s mortgage bank, our FirstGen package is also an excellent way of imbibing the investment culture early in the life of our young ones, these diasporans can open the account for their children as additional means of attracting them to their home country, the kids can also participate in our periodic online investment grooming lecture for children who enlisted on our NextGen accounts, I can go on and on, the most important element in this is that we have structured a very attractive first grade property acquisition process for our brothers and sisters that are making a living outside the shores of this country, hence my advise for them to take advantage of it.

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