Following the Key Challenges facing Nigerian legionaires and pensioners in Nigeria, NAPAAS has identified the following below and hereby call for potential Investors & Contractors who can partner for the provision of items as detailed below….
• Shelter
• Food
• Health care
• Business and Financing
• Skill Acquisition
• Children Education


NAPAAS is an acronym of National Personal Assets Acquisition Scheme

• NAPAAS is a Public Private Partnership initiative of economic empowerment for interested ex-
servicemen for self reliance, self sustenance and sustainability.
• The NAPAAS philosophy is in line with the federal government intervention palliative for poverty
alleviation, job creation, crime and insecurity reduction and eradication.

Endorsement by Advisory Governing Board Council (AGBC)
• ‘I am by this letter signifying acceptance of this offer. I wish to also congratulate you most warmly on this initiative – H.E. Gen. Abdusallami. A. Abubakar, GCFR. Former Head of State Chairman, NAPAAS Advisory Governing Board Council….

• ‘I look forward to working with other patriotic Nigerians and hope that we can assist in
moving forward through such laudable programmes’ – Alhaji (Dr.) U. A. Mutallab, CON
Vice Chairman , NAPAAS Advisory Governing Board Council

By President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR
‘’I am happy to note that the Legion has acquitted itself creditably to elicit interest in collaboration by the private sector, In this wise the partnership of the Nigeria Legion with a private sector organization, National Personal Assets Acquisition (NAPAAS) endorsed by the ministry of Defense, is now beginning to yield fruits in the area of provision of basic needs and mass transportation
Other areas of collaboration are envisaged in the partnership. It is hoped that this will open a whole new vista of improvement in the living conditions of our veterans and their dependants.”
‘’ The Legion introduced the Personal Asset Acquisition Scheme (PAAS) to afford
members the ease to purchase both household and agricultural commodities at affordable prices across the country. I appeal to all relevant bodies in the public and private sectors to do all they can to support this creative initiatives’’ Nov, 2016

• Basic Needs : Interested beneficiaries can access basic essentials such as consumable,
household equipments, motorcycles, CUG Mobile lines/phone through a structured
flexible repayment plan
• Health Scheme : Setting up Contributory HMO scheme
• Housing Scheme: Accessing affordable housing scheme in collaboration with Federal
Mortgage Institutions and Real Estate Developers
• Agricultural scheme: Assisting beneficiaries and family members access to government agric schemes such as CBN Anchor Borrower programs and other out-growers program;
Support Small to medium scale farmers with finance, fertilizer, knowledge/information
• Transportation Scheme: Joint Venture Partnership with Nigeria Legion to operate a Mass Transit Business venture
• Microfinance : Setting up Microfinance Bank
• Education Scheme: Providing educational items & Scholarship for Children of our fallen
• Skill Acquisition: Train and develop member of Military Widows Association of Nigeria
and family with skills for economic empowerment, self reliance and self sustenance

Transaction Dynamics
• Payment Security deposit/Insurance fee of N10,000 by beneficiaries
• Provision of Conditional BG & ISPO to Investor
• Withholding 2 Months Remittance to Investor as Cash Collateral
• Life Insurance of Beneficiaries & Comprehensive Insurance of Non
Consumable Items
• In-built Cost of items to include: Transportation, Handling Charges,
Warehousing, Bank Charges

Investor Obligations
• Purchase of Registration form (non refundable fee)
• Register on NAPAAS Portal
• Provision of necessary registration documents
• Acknowledgement of Award letter
• Letter of Acceptance of award
• Contract Agreement
• Pro forma Invoice and delivery note of supply
• Supply schedule

Requirement from Beneficiaries
• Interested Beneficiaries to inform State Chairman, obtain and complete application form
• Fill and Notarize ISPO in favor of supplier
• Sign Life Insurance documents
• Pay Contributory Security Deposit
/Insurance premium of N10,000
• Provide Verification Certificate & I.D Card

• Total economic empowerment for interested pensioners nationwide
• Accessing NAPAAS scheme easily without any additional cost to the federal government
• Collaboration with government intervention programs and all stakeholders for the benefit of interested pensioners nationwide
• Federal Government money market investment
• Reduction in incident of crime, youth restiveness and the emerging clime of terrorism
• To promote social welfare
• To complement the federal Government in its job creation policy in order to flight the scourge of poverty and promote food security
• To restore respect and enhance the corporate image of the ex-servicemen
• Deduction and Remittance for Basic needs repayment in line with the international labor law of not more than 33% or 1/3 of income

Business Incentive for Investors with NAPAAS Partnership
• Access to N10Billion BG Credit Line
• Contract Award for Supply of Basic Need Items
• Advert Placement on NAPAAS Compendium to President
• Stakeholders Networking and Interactive Session
• Partnership/Relationship as Continuous Business Collaboration

• Banking Facility: Obtained N10Billion Credit-line for Investors/Suppliers on the scheme
• Insurance- In partnership with Standard Insurance to provide life coverage of up to N300,000
• Conducted the first phase of Skill acquisition programs for members of the Military Widows Association
• Engaged and trained some Legion Children as State Project Supervisors for the NAPAAS
• In collaboration with our partners, NAPAAS donated N10M worth of wheel chairs, motor
chairs, crouched and bags of rice at the just concluded Humanitarian Day Celebration in
• Hosted a mini Road Show in Kaduna and a National flag off /Launch of the NAPAAS Scheme in Jos Plateau launched by His Excellency the Governor of
Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Lalong
• Secure Public Private Partnership with Federal
Government for improving the welfare of ex-servicemen through Presidency and Ministry of
• Set up a Nigeria Legion/ NAPAAS implementation
Committee tagged ‘’NAPAAS Evaluation Monitoring and Implementation Committee

Compiled by
Dr. Jonathan Daniel Ojadah
Head, Marketing Consultant
TEL: 081-3000-3765 , 081-8333-7709

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