By BOURA GORUKILA
OWNING a property in the big city doesn’t come easy. It always comes with a lot of challenges, says Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Human Resources Samuel Jamangu.
The 58-year-old celebrated the opening of his new home at Rainbow Heights with his family and friends last Sunday.
Proud Samuel from Passam in East Sepik believes that with God, you can do anything despite the challenges faced.
He is married to Josephine Jamangu, 56, also from Passam.
They have six children, five girls and one boy.
They are Phillipa, Jessica, Orbert, Jacklyn, Jane and Samuella.
Samuel says it has been a long journey in getting the land tittle but he finally got it through the grace of God.
“When I got my housing advance of K100,000 from Nam-
“ I am grateful for their support and it’s a blessing to see them enjoy the house.”
bawan Supa, I had it deposited into Kina Bank.
“I then obtained an additional loan for my house.
“The house worth K412,000 was built in two months after all the arrangement in November 2019.”
It is a three bedroom home with a master room.
He says the loan will be repaid in a partnership with his daughters Jessica and Jacklyn.
“Loan deductions have begun and we have up to 28 years to pay the loan but we can shorten that when we do advance payments.”
He thanked his children for being very supportive.
“I am grateful for their support and it’s a blessing to see them enjoy the house.”
His encouragement to others is to always have God in your lives as only then will you be successful.
Pastor Cletus was there to witness the opening of the house.
He prayed and dedicated the family home to God and encouraged everyone with Bible scriptures in Isaiah 43:18-19 and Joshua 1:3.
Food was served after the dedication.
There was a lot to go around for all who attended. It was indeed a joyous occasion for the Jamangus.