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N50K Grant: FG Ask Applicants to Submit NIN to Get Funds!



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The Federal Government of Nigeria has requested that applicants who submitted the online form for the FGLoanGrant application provide their NIN to receive fund disbursement to their accounts.

In a recent announcement, the Federal Government of Nigeria has mandated that all applicants for the FGLoanGrant scheme must update their National Identity Number (NIN) to be considered eligible for grants and loans. Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know:

1. Mandatory NIN Verification:

  • FGLoanGrant requires all applicants to update their NIN to qualify for the grant and loan scheme.

2. Verification Methods:

  • Applicants can verify their NIN through either a USSD code or a link provided by FGLoanGrant.

3. Common Issues and Solutions:

  • Some applicants have reported not receiving the verification code via SMS, while others encounter issues with the verification link.
  • Solutions include trying verification at different times, ensuring a strong internet connection, attempting verification at midnight for reduced website traffic, clearing browser cache and freeing up phone memory, and using different web browsers.

4. FGLoanGrant’s Response:

  • The management of FGLoanGrant is aware of these challenges and is actively working to resolve them. Applicants are advised to stay updated by checking the official website regularly.

Steps to Update your NIN

  • Update your NIN using the USSD code *5141*7*7# or the link:
  • Facing issues? Try again later, ensure a strong connection, clear cache, and use a different browser if needed.
  • FGLoanGrant is working on a solution. Stay patient and check their website for updates.


It’s crucial for FGLoanGrant applicants to update their NIN promptly to ensure eligibility for fund disbursement. By following the provided solutions and remaining patient, applicants can navigate through any verification hurdles and access the support they need.

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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