How to apply for MSME transportation business" survival moni

MSME Survival funds for Artisan and Transport business owners to the latest support scheme wey Nigeria goment launch on Thursday, October 1, 2020.


The survival funds to support programme wey goment put in place for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises to relieve the effect of diCOVID-19 pandemic on businesses across the kontri.


The application for MSME survival funds for business owners wey dey for the Education sector, hospitality and oda business don already start since 21, September 2020, and end on Thursday 15 October 2020.


For artisans and transport business operators, 333,000 pipo go benefit from the moni wey goment wan dash dis business owners.


Dem go collect N30,000 each as support moni for dia business.


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Registration don start?

Authorities say dem go divide the implementation of the support scheme for artisan and transport business operators into three groups/streams


Stream 1 go start on October 1 and e go end for October 15


States wey dey under dis stream to


FCT

Lagos

Kaduna

Ogun

Kano

Anambra

Borno

Bauchi

Abia

Rivers

Plateau

Delta


For Stream 2, FG neva reveal the next 12 states wey go benefit from dis initiative but dem go start the implementation by 19 October and e go end on 31 October


Stream 3 go start on 9 November till 21 November and dem go take the last 13 states.


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See conditions for the programme


You fit be a small business owner (wit staff) or dey self-employed (you dey do your own tin)


45% of those wey go benefit go be women and 5% to those wit special needs


If to company, e must dey registered wit Corporate Affairs Commission, get at least three staff, get Nigerian oga and dis oga must get BVN


For the self-employed, the goment dey target those wey dey do transport work e.g. bus drivers, taxi drivers, ride-share drivers (Uber, Bolt dem), and mechanics


Also artisans like plumbers, bricklayers, electricians etc qualify


Source: bbc.com

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