NIRSAL CBN AGSMEIS Loan Application


  2020-06-17
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What is AGSMEIS?

The Agri-Business/Small and Medium Enterprise Investment Scheme (AGSMEIS) is an initiative to support the Federal Government’s efforts and policy measures for the promotion of agricultural businesses and small/medium enterprises (SMEs) as vehicles for sustainable economic development and employment generation.

Loan Eligibility

  • Registered business name (Enterprise or Limited Liability)

How Does It Work

Step 1

Get Trained

Attend a compulsory training with a CBN certified Entrepreneurship Development Center (EDC).

Step 2

Apply For Loan

The Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) guides and assists you in getting all necessary documents required to secure the loan

Step 3

Receive Funds

Loans are paid into the account of beneficiaries. Unqualified candidates are given feedback.

Step 4

Get Business Support Services

The Entrepreneurship Development Institute assists you to implement a business plans and provide business support services commercially.

Step 5

Make Sales

Sell products and services to pay back loans and make a profit.

Step 6

Repay Loan

Run your business, keep proper records, monitor sales, and expenses to maximize profit, and pay back the loan.

How to Apply for NIRSAL CBN Loan

For more information and to apply, visit http://nirsalmfb.caderp.com/account/landingpage

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