Sign in
Download Opera News App



MSMEs Portal: These are the three things to note when the server is active for Guaranteed Off-take

Due to operational challenges associated to the scheme's portal, the Federal Government have decided to change the portal of Macro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Survival Fund. There would be an opening of another off-take stimulus scheme site from today, Ist November, 2020. Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment and Chairperson of the Steering Committee of National MSMEs Survival Fund, Mariam Katagum opened up in a statement yeterday.

This scheme is designed to help minimize the outrageous number of unemployed youth. I guess it's really a part of the achievement of the present administration under the leadership of President Buhari.

The scheme is designed to help out individuals who own macro and medium structure businesses across the 36 States. It's really ideal to note these three things when the portal becomes active later in the day.

1. Don't pay a dime

Just in case you get to tap on a particular link that request you to pay certain amount of money, don't do it. The scheme of designed free and if at all you get in this trap there's no one to seek refund from.

2. Reload the link when you're getting redirected

It happens sometime when you want to input details on a new portal; you could get redirected to another page. However, you have to know this isn't a real problem and you can just easily get your way through by reloading the actual link.

3. After registration for Guaranteed Off take, don't make another attempt.

One might get a feedback after the first attempt and believe the registration wasn't successful. Don't try to send another details to the link except you directly got a message that clearly stated that the registration wasn't successful.

If you find this piece of information helpful, tap the "follow" button, don't forget to share and use the comment section.

Content created and supplied by: Babs2020 (via Opera News )

Federal Government MSMEs Macro Mariam Katagum Small and Medium Enterprises


Load app to read more comments