The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is set to establish a policy on non-interest loans which will be integrated in its intervention programmes especially the Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP) for farmers, and the Targeted Credit Facility for households and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) affected by the current pandemic.
The Bank’s Director, Development Finance Department, Yila Yusuf, made these disclosures at a stakeholders’ meeting held in Abuja to review the successes recorded so far under the ABP and the strategies for the 2020 agricultural wet season.
Furthermore, the intervention is expected to create about five million jobs down the agro-commodities value chains stimulate Nigeria’s speedy economic recovery.
So, how can MSMEs, households and farmers gain access to these non-interest loans when it is officially announced by the CBN?
One can begin by applying for the CBN interventions such as the ABP, Targeted Credit Facility, and others, because the the non-interest loans will be integrated with these programs.
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