NARP50plus Frequently Asked Questions

To become a NARP50plus member you pick your preferred membership category,

DOVE (N10, 000), PEARL (N25, 000), EAGLE (N50, 000) OR PEACOCK (N100, 000)

Visit NARP50plus website: www.narp50plus.com or call +234 705 999 4531 to register

NARP50+ stands for the Nigerian Association of Retired People 50 plus and above. It was established in February, 2018 to meet the urgent need of the Seniors living  in Nigeria

 

Once you have registered and paid your membership fee, you are entitled to a membership card. Membership cards come in different colors, depending on the membership category you paid for. Call NARP50plus on +234 705 999 4531 to order for your card

Your membership card will be ready for delivery within a week  after registration

Registration and payment of fees can be done from NARP50plus website. Visit www.narp50plus.com/membership or Call + 234 7056431931. Payment online is safe and secure

 

NARP50plus membership is renewed annually

Your membership can be renewed using the online payment platform or make a deposit to the bank account below.

 

Nigerian Association of Retired People

2032815335

FirstBank

At age 50 you become qualified to be a NARP50plus member

Narp50+ benefits covers

·       Enhanced living for the Seniors in the society.

 .   Discounts and Privileges in the marketplace

·       Savings on Healthcare

·       Loans at rates lower than the market rate.

One of the benefits of joining the NARP50plus community is that your spouse automatically enjoys a 50% discount.

You can register your parents to join NARP50plus. Remember to call the office on +234 705 643 1931 with your parents’ details for follow up purposes

People who are 75years upwards enjoy free NARP50plus  membership, while still having access to all NARP50plus benefits

The Nigerian Association of Retired People is publicly known as NARP50plus promoting active adult lifestyles and active aging in Nigeria with the mission to be a vital contributor to the lives and wellbeing of people 50 years and over living in Nigeria. We are keen on disrupting aging by providing a platform for our members to begin to enjoy life after 50 through the power of syndicated bargaining.

–        Mrs Bunmi Sodade, Executive Trustee NARP50plus