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CBN Recently Re-open Portal for MSME to Access up to N25 Million Through NIRSAL Microfinance Bank | CBN Covid-19 Loan 2021 Application Step-by-step Guide



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CBN Covid-19 Loan – The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) recently re-opened the portal for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise (MSME) to access up to N25 million through NIRSAL Microfinance Bank.


This CBN Covid-19 Loan is for businesses that were affected by COVID-19. It was disclosed by the Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, via his Twitter handle on Wednesday.

He tweeted, “The CBN, through @NirsalMFB introduces a stimulus package to support households and MSMEs affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. An individual can access up to N25million.”

What you should know about the CBN Covid-19 Loan

  • The Federal Government had announced that the MSME Survival Fund Payroll Support Portal would be exceptionally reopened for 30 states that had been unable to meet their quotas,
  • The government, in its announcement, said that the scheme is aimed at supporting vulnerable MSMEs in the payroll obligations of over 500,000 employees.

How to Apply for The CBN Covid-19 Loan

To apply for the ongoing CBN Covid-19 Loan, ensure you have read all presented requirement. and be sure you fit in.

Click to Fill in the form to get started


Once you are done filling the form, be ensure to follow these steps below:

  • Check your email
  • Confirm and you will be directed to the Covid-19 loan portal
  • Select SME or household
  • Put in your BVN and submit

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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  1. Garbaadamu2021

    Saturday, 29 May 2021, 12:47 at 12:47 am

    I’m interested to apply aloan from CBN covict19

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