The Covid-19 TCF loan disbursed by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, through the NIRSAL Microfinance Bank is not a grant as many people believed it to be, rather, it's a loan and it must be paid back.
Many Covid 19 TCF Loan applicants might have been wondering the caused of their unapproved loan status since last year.Some selected Applicants have been complaining about the unapproval of Loans to them while some have received their Funds since last year without any delayed.
Many People who benefited from the NIRSAL Microfinance Bank loan that was designed by the Federal Government in collaboration with Central Bank Of Nigeria(CBN), to support business that was affected during the Covid 19 pandemic have started to issue complains to the Federal Government as their repayment time is due.
Commercial Banks have made banking very difficult for entrepreneur on recent years.Many Entrepreneur who are in need of loan for their businesses hit various stumbling blocks as their offer is often denied due to collateral requirements.
The issue of monetary help from FG is gaining more weight, because as days progresses new stimulus packages are being lunched out by FG.The latest took many unawares as CBN Covid19 loan application portal came back to life almost six months it was closed.
It is no longer new news that Nigeria is owing a lot of loans.And one of the countries that has been friendly enough to grant Nigeria loans is China.The loans Nigeria is owing is running into trillions of naira.
The process of acquiring quick loans today in Nigerian banks is difficult, lengthy and quiet tedious for individuals looking to access a little or small amount of loan for only a short period of time.
I applied for a loan with a particular loan app but the personal information they asked me to supply has left a big question mark in my mind since yesterday.
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The NIRSAL Microfinance Bank in partnership with Central Bank Of Nigeria have creates another portal for loan application to support and assist business people in the process of building their business and maintaining their Lifestyle or expanding an existing business.
Have you seen any Step-by-step Process for CBN Covid-19 Loan 2021 Application?If yes this post is not for you but otherwise visit nmfb.com.ng/covid-19-support/ to apply for this loan.
The Covid 19 Loan which was Established early last year by the Federal Government Of Nigeria in partnership with Central Bank Of Nigeria(CBN) and NIRSAL Microfinance Bank(NMFB), to support and assist business people in building their businesses which was bankrupted due to the Corona virus Disease have opened new portal
The news has spread across the Nation about the recent reopening of the Covid-19 TCF loan portal by the Central Bank of Nigeria CBN, this is a welcome development to many people, most especially those who missed the first batch of the programme either due to lack of information, their
The issue of the Covid19 loan and the Nigerian Youth Investment fund as initiated by the federal government was left in the hands of Nirsal Microfinance Bank.
The above saying reflects the view of so many.Is that the way you feel about borrowing from a friend other sources?
Recently, the Central Bank of Niger introduces a stimulus package to support household and micro small and medium enterprise (MSMES) affected by the covid 19 pandemic.
There are situations where mistakes could occur during financial transaction.Possibly it could come in the form of sending money to unknown person which is always as a result of mistakes.They are often called Bank glitches.
National Tenants Union exists in Ghana, says it has 11 million members and asks for loans to pay rent
Tenants in Ghana have a national union and it is quite a vibrant one making sure its members get get their voices heard over national issues, especially on rent and other tenement matters in the country, it was gathered on Wednesday, March 17.
Nothing I hate more than this.When it is time to borrow- hmmm.Time to pay back, a totally different talk.I respect people that keep to agreement.
A lady identified as Iyabode Ilori had recently lamented over the withheld of funds and savings with the Union Home Savings and Loans which is in partner with Aso Savings and Loans PLC and Union bank.