How much money have you saved since the year began?
A saving culture must be developed by one creating and sticking to the goal. The goals might be a wedding, building a house, buying a car or any other that will in the long run inculcate the culture of savings rather than taking loans to buy things.
Most people find it hard because they feel that they lack enough money. That reason has been corroborated by recent research that was done by FinAccess.
However, Metropolitan National Sacco can help up you in your savings journey:
Metropolitan National Sacco has been in operation for over 40 years and has expanded to provide savings and loans services to Kenyans from a diverse walk of life.
The Sacco which started as Teachers’ only financial institution expanded to accommodate members from Government Ministries, Parastatals, Kenya Defence Forces (KDF), National Police Service, Public and Private Universities, Colleges, Academies and the private sector among others.
Therefore, the following can join the Sacco
- Salaried People
- Non Salaried People
- Business Entities
The membership requirements are as follows: One needs a passport photo, a copy of your National Identification Card, pay Sh 1000 membership fee, produce a recent payslip for the employed.
One is also required to fill out a membership form which can be downloaded from the Sacco’s website or taken from the Sacco’s offices in town
Metropolitan is regulated by the Sacco Societies Regulatory Authority (Sasra), with which it discussed with, its growth strategy anchored on diversification, customer service excellence and developed products.
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