The National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS) is working in collaboration with a real estate and investment company, Domak Shelter to deliver about 10 million affordable housing units to it’s members in the next few years. NAPS President Comrade Olalere Adetunji disclosed this at the formal launch of the Nigerian Youth/Students Land and Housing Investment Scheme in Abuja. Adetunji who stressed that the platform would accommodate over 10 million polytechnic students said the scheme would allow them to secure their future as undergraduates as well as curb social vices among the students. In his remarks, Chairman, Domak Group, Kingsley Azonobi, said the project was designed to provide a platform to secure the future of polytechnic students after their academic life. He further called on stakeholders to give hope, life, value and capacity to the youths by investing in their future.
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