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Rosabon Financial Services, one of Nigeria’s leading Non-Bank Financial Services provider, has announced collateral-free and guarantor-free loans as low as 40,000 Naira and up to 3 Million Naira to cater to Civil Servants in light of the Coronavirus crisis.
The loan offering is targeted at Civil Servants who are currently affected by the lockdown and have their payroll handled by The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS).
According to Managing Director of Rosabon Financial Services, Mr. Chukwuma Ochonogor, “Rosabon is indeed proud to provide solutions for our borrowers in their time of need. For many Civil Servants in Nigeria, getting funds to help meet basic needs during this COVID-19 lock-down can be tough. As such, our Public Sector Loan service has been designed to effectively address their short to medium-term financing needs.”
“While it is true that workers can always save to prepare for the events of an emergency, such as job loss, unexpected home repairs, medical emergency, and others; they may not have fully prepared for the lockdown.”
He added: “With the increase in the prices of food items and other harsh financial realities, many Civil Servants may find themselves in a difficult situation. Therefore, RosabonFinancial Services is offering quick and affordable loans with a flexible repayment period of up to 24 months to help Civil Servants survive in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ochonogor, went further: “To know more about Rosabon Financial Services offerings, click here to find out. Remember, we are in this together and we will continue to keep you updated with our various loans offerings. Alternatively, you can contact us today and call Busola on 0815 088 0038 (Lagos), Rita on 0815 088 0039 (Lagos), Folashade on 0815 084 6657 (Lagos), Sophia on 0815 084 6659 (Port Harcourt), Chineye on 0815 088 0082 (Port Harcourt) or Aderonke on 0811 239 1001 (Abuja). You can also chat us on WhatsApp on 0815 088 0066 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
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