The Managing Director of accessibility Bank, Mr. Herbert Wigwe, said the bank will collaborate with all the Taraba State government in the provision of housing, infrastructure and poverty alleviation.
He explained that in a couple of months, between 200 and 500 housing units will be built by the bank for the civil servants of the state in a couple of months.
“The houses will be cheap, with low rate of interest, and affordable. It is necessary that civil servants should manage to peacefully plan their retirement,” the lender chieftain noted.
He stated that Access Bank will invest in infrastructural development in Taraba.
“We will work with the Taraba State authorities in providing the right structures, for builders to perform the job.
“The next area is to present general wellbeing for the civil servants, by supplying them loans to have the ability to pay their children’s school fees, buy automobiles and improve their living condition.
“By doing this, we shall be investing in the educational sector of the country also. Already, we’re working together with the World Bank on that.”
Governor Ishaku stated with the visit of one of the five commercial banks in the country, something was going to happen to the state.
“With the coming of accessibility Bank, Taraba has begun to rise; it’s very good news to us.