Flexus Reveals More Investment Opportunities …As Value Of Saved Cash Depreciates


The Managing Director
(MD) of Flexus Global Solution Investment Limited, Mr Kounougna Henri, has revealed more investment opportunities aimed at preventing individual economic crisis.
Henri, who was speaking during an Investment and business Conference in Port Harcourt on Friday, said that savings result to the depreciation of the value of money.
He reiterated that “money saved over time depreciates while money invested over time appreciates in it’s value,” adding that saving account yield little or no interest compared to the amount of money generated through business by the banks using their customers’ money.
He revealed that the company has introduced “Flexus  Mutual Assistance Scheme (FMAS) and Promo on the normal investments that would take their investors to another level.
According to the company’s executive, FMAS is modernizing the traditional contribution in which a group of people come together and make a fixed payment of a certain amount, daily, weekly or monthly to a common fund, which will be distributed by turns to the participants.
“As a fund administrator, Flexus will receive payment from all participants and pay directly into the beneficiary account.
He noted that the scheme has N20,000, N50,000. N100,000, N250,000, N500,000 and N1,000,000 categories, adding that Flexus as the administrator would ensure the monies are paid as at when due.
The MD also said that the company has planned a promo for the conventional investment adding that investors are expected to win quality prices.
He also noted that Flexus would fully have a brand name for her transport line in  March and called for investors to identify with flexu to enable her empower more entrepreneurs.
“Saving account makes your money not to be currency which is expected to flow and not being stagnant.”
Also speaking, the Administration Manager of Flexus, Mr. Daniel Owhotemu said that the company has been known for her intergrity and consistency in business and financial empowerment.
An investor, Mr. Michael Alandu commended the company for her sincerity and the attitude of paying on time, adding “the interest comes in block, not piecemeal.
“I am a proud investor with Flexus company and the promise is 100 per cent sure.”
In his testimony, Mr. Chiweke Egbuedo who is into transportation business, said Flexus was the company that God used to grow his falling business through their empowerment scheme.


Lilian Peters