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FG Opens Portal For ₦75bn Survival Fund Applications (Apply Here)

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FG Opens Portal For ₦75bn Survival Fund Applications (Apply Here)

The Federal Government led by President Muhammadu Buhari has officially opened the portal for ₦75 billion survival fund applications for Nigerians.

Naija News reports that statement by the Project Delivery Office of the ministry disclosed this, stating that the portal for ₦75 billion survival fund applications opened at exactly 10:00 pm on Monday, September 21.

According to the Minister of state for industry, trade and investment, Mariam Katagum, the programme is geared towards tackling the economic challenges faced by small and medium enterprises as a direct result of the coronavirus outbreak.

A statement issued by the ministry reads as thus; “Nigerians interested in the Payroll Support scheme are to note that the site for registration will be open from 10 pm Monday, September 21, 2020.

“In order to ensure a seamless registration process, the Project Delivery Office has designed a registration schedule.

“Registration for Payroll Support will start with educational institutions on Monday and will be followed with businesses in the hospitality industry on Friday, September 25 beginning from 12 A.M.

“The portal will also be open to other categories of small businesses from 12 A.M., on Monday, September 28, 2020,” the statement added.

Kindly visit www.survivalfund.ng for registration details.

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