FG Geep 2 Interest-Free Loans 2021/2022 Opens: Learn More  

In line to lift 100Million Nigerians out of strict poverty, the Federal Government through the office of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development has unveiled the Geep Interest-Free Loans for the less and disadvantaged persons in the country

The second phase of the Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme, GEEP 2.0 was officially launched to pave way for vulnerable Nigerians with an interest-free loan

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All Nigerians who are unable to finance their businesses can access this loan when Funds are fully released

unveiling the Second phase of the Government Enterprise Empowerment Programme, GEEP 2.0, at the International Conference Centre Abuja, Minister Umar Farouq said that GEEP 2.0 is one of the National Social Investment Programmes established by the President Muhammadu led administration to assist the skilled but unbanked vulnerable population.


“GEEP targets the unbanked poor and vulnerable but skilled population that has always been left out on credit delivery programmes and is directed at providing soft and affordable loans to finance their businesses”



“The GEEP is innovatively targeted and delivered under three unique products. The TraderMoni for marginalized youth, MarketMoni for vulnerable women, and the FarmerMoni specifically for rural farmers”.

“The GEEP 2.0 is structured to effectively deliver soft loans and skills to a wide range of unemployed citizens including persons living with disability, marginalized women and unemployed youth amongst other vulnerable groups in our society”.

“The program is expected to empower Nigerian farmers especially in the rural areas, deliver rapid scale-up of Farmer Moni to agroprenuership for increased agricultural produce, food security and job creation.

“Market Moni targets the under-privileged and marginalized women in the communities while the Trader Moni aims to empower and uplift under-privileged and vulnerable youths, scavengers, market wheelbarrow boys, orphans, and youth with special needs.”

“I call on all Nigerians who are specially targeted by the NSIP and indeed the GEEP to please take advantage of all that the programme offers so that the vision of Mr. President of lifting 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in 2030 will unfailingly be accomplished”.



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