2021 Nexit Loan: nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng- Register your preferred skills.

The Federal Government will officially commence the CBN loan programme come October 2021. This was made known by the Social Development and Humanitarian, Umar Sadiya Farouq

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Over 500,000 volunteers would have the opportunity to choose from various skills they applied for, these skills  are well embedded in Real Estate, Hospitality, Information & Communication Technology (ICT), Creative industry, Finance (agency banking), Agriculture & Agro-processing, Transport, and Logistics,  Retail (e-commerce) among others too numerous to mention

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While talking at Chatham House, on a topic; Social Development and Humanitarian Challenges Facing Nigeria, the minister said, various skills volunteers registered with will be explored

In her precise words “People have registered onto different skills that they want to be supported and we are at the point of training these exited NPower beneficiaries on to the skills that they have chosen for themselves.”

This means, that the Nexit CBN web-portal nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng will be reopened for volunteers to re-apply for their skills, and will happen by next month, October to be precise

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390,000 volunteers are already accommodated in the Nexit, while 109,000 are entrepreneurs already

“By next month, we should start the process of training them on their preferred skills. We are working with the CBN to support them with soft loans and out of the 500,000 exited N Power beneficiaries, about 390,000 of them have successfully been accommodated into the NEXIT programme while about 109,000 are already on their way to entrepreneurship on their own even before we started the NEXIT.

How To Register Your Preferred Skills on Nexit Portal

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The NEXIT Login portal www.nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng is currently not available at the moment, in no distant time, the site will be opened for massive application, stay with us to first-hand information on the subject matter

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