NYIF Grants: How To Know If You Have Been Shortlisted: The Nigeria Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) is showing no sign of weakness as many businesses ruined by the covid-19 virus get rejuvenated and strengthened

The NYIF is massively shortlisting and processing grants and loan for applicants in accordance to the directive of the Federal Government, the chief anchor and sponsor of the programme

If you know you have not been shortlisted since you applied, follow or reach them via:


Nigeria Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) check grant status

or visit https://nyif.nmfb.com.ng/app to check

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The Federal Government on Tuesday said, the loan of the Nigeria Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) is disbursed in phases, there is no need to panic as all those who received training will be given the needed loan

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Mr Sunday Dare, the Minister of Youth and Sports Development made this known, Today, the 20th of April 2021

His Precise Words thus;

“The Ministry of Youth and Sports Development has been following with interest the reaction of some beneficiaries of the NYIF, particularly those expressing disappointment at the N300,000 cap on disbursement under the first tranche of N12.5 billion.

“Firstly, the framework specified 250k as the maximum for individual and eligible businesses that are critical can access up to 3m subject to meeting key criteria set in the guideline and conditions. Considering the number of applications received, there was need to ensure spread and enable more beneficiaries enjoy the facility.”

“It is pertinent to state that the ministry received over three million applications for the N12.5 billion that is available, and at the current cap of N300,000.00 per beneficiary, only about 41,000 beneficiaries can be covered.

“The ministry is desirous of reaching as many beneficiaries as possible, hence the decision to limit loans to the current amount. We also know that some of the applicants have also benefitted from existing intervention, which has supported them and are impacting the economy.

“It is important we start and increase gradually, considering that there are lots of first-time borrowers as well and that the programme double edge, which includes capacity building, mentoring, monitoring and support will sustain the beneficiaries and guarantee expected outcome. Higher loan thresholds would be possible once additional funds are available.”

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