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Civil Servants Urged to Join Sauti Sacco for Self-Development

Civil servants have been urged to seek membership with Sauti Savings and Credit Savings Sacco to reap big from its vast benefits.

The Sacco Chairman Kisii zone, Julius Moseti said that the Sacco is currently one of the best as it offers a wide range of benefits including fast processing and disbursement of loans, less interest on loans with longer repayment period, as well as benefits derived from shares.

These loans include Development loans, Supernormal, School fees and Emergency loans among others.

The Sacco has 1600 members currently and seeks to recruit more members to fill the gap.

However, in the recent past, Sauti Sacco has been having challenges of dwindling membership as some of its members left after retiring from public service.

“Other members have also transferred shares from the Sacco apart from those who have since retired and pulled out,” said Moseti, who urged the existing members to source for new ones and persuade them into joining them.

“The Sacco is free for everyone, especially all civil servants regardless of their departments,” he added.

Moseti was speaking when he met members in Homa Bay Town to present awards to three of them for being the longest active members and the highest savers.

“Today we were happy to present prizes to three of our members who have the highest record in savings, best saving practice and longevity in membership,” he noted.

Moseti called on members to be positive towards Sauti Sacco and encourage one another to save more in order to earn big through shares in future.

The Sacco is doing well in terms of finance and if you want money just apply and do your development program, he added.

“Previously, the Sacco had challenges which we have been able to overcome and we are now soaring the heights. Let us all work towards achieving our individual targets as far as our personal development is concerned as we also strive to ensure our Sacco is well protected moving forward,” said the chairman.

By Sitna Omar

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