Federal Government CBN Grants for Nigerian Citizens 2021/2022 Apply here

Federal Government CBN Grants for Nigerian Citizens 2021/2022 Apply here

Federal Government CBN Grants Application Form for Nigerian Citizens 2021/2022 register here to apply. Are you looking for Federal Government Grants to apply for? At the end of this article I will list out the available CBN Grants that Nigerians Citizen can apply via online. Registration Form is out apply here.

All Nigerian Citizen should proceed to apply for 2021-2022 Federal Government Grants. Please don’t follow whatsapp message or Group message that you should apply for Federal Government Grants, please disregard such messages.

Below are legit Federal Government Grants and Free interest Loan you can apply online.

Currently, Federal Government has commenced Begins Payment of Grants to Taxi, Bus, Okada, Keke, Uber, Bolt Drivers & Artisans.

Lists of Federal Government Grants 2020-2022

Survival Fund Grants – The program includes Payroll Support, Guaranteed Offtake and MSME Grant. The CRM & MIS Platform will also enable the inventory management of the Guaranteed Offtake Scheme. This program is part of the Economic Sustainability Plan, which aims to support and protect these businesses from the potential vulnerabilities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Apply Here

COVID19 Support Grant Loan  – Federal Government of Nigeria has commenced disbursement of Covid-19 Loan for successful applicants across the 36 states of Federation. Loans are giving to applicants who meet up with the application requirements for COVID19 Loan Support Fund. For For Household and For SMEs – Apply here https://nmfb.com.ng/covid-19-support

Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) N75 Billion Grants Loan – Interested Nigerian Youths with existing Business or with Business ideas will access between N250,000 and N50 million of the N75 billion Nigerian Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) for sustainability. Apply Online Here

Currently, Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) Training is ongoing for Shortlisted Candidates – Check List Here

Npower NEXIT CBN Empowerment Transition Programme – this opportunity is strictly for Npower Batch A and B Beneficiaries, NEXIT Portal register all Volunteers via online for CBN Empowerment Scheme. Register Online here

Federal Government’s Artisan Support Scheme – A total of 333,000 artisans and transport business operators nationwide will get one-time operations grant of N30,000 per beneficiary. Register Online Here

Accelerated Agriculture Development Scheme (P-AADS) Farmers Loan Application Form – P-AADS is created to boost private sector staple food production, industrial raw materials and support food security, job creation and economic diversification. www.cbn.gov.ng/p-aads

Please apart from the above mentioned Federal Government Grants, we advise you not to enter your BVN in any website portal you know nothing about.

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2 thoughts on “Federal Government CBN Grants for Nigerian Citizens 2021/2022 Apply here”

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    I received a message from this portal that I should complete my registration, but I was able to do so

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