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Getting A Small Scale Business Loan by nkemakonam100: 5:03pm On Jul 15, 2019
Good evening Businessmen of this great forum. I'm a 2019 batch B corp member to serve in benue state. I just completed the mandatory 3weeks orientation course on 8th july in which i was posted to a remote village in oju lga. The purpose of this thread lies solely on the business part of the state because with the few days i spent in benue, touring most part of the lga, i noticed that benue state do not boast of just foods and fruits, but charcoal business is common and cheap too.
I had a great thought within myself that since my mum deals on charcoal down here in the east, it sounds nice sending the product to her in large quantity at a cheaper rate bearing transportation cost in mind. My major constraint here is capital and that lead to the creation of this thread to seek clarification and guidance on the possibility of accessing a loan as a fresh corp member with the option of paying back from the monthly allowance with a favourable interest rate. I plan on starting with 40bags with a 50k capital payable in 3months spread. It's my own way of appreciating my family for seeing me through to this level and even though it might look small, putting smile on their faces is a top priority.
Please Gentlemen of the house, i need your inputs as regards to my request. God Bless Nigeria

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Re: Getting A Small Scale Business Loan by General0847: 5:33pm On Jul 15, 2019
nkemakonam100:
Good evening Businessmen of this great forum. I'm a 2019 batch B corp member to serve in benue state. I just completed the mandatory 3weeks orientation course on 8th july in which i was posted to a remote village in oju lga. The purpose of this thread lies solely on the business part of the state because with the few days i spent in benue, touring most part of the lga, i noticed that benue state do not boast of just foods and fruits, but charcoal business is common and cheap too.
I had a great thought within myself that since my mum deals on charcoal down here in the east, it sounds nice sending the product to her in large quantity at a cheaper rate bearing transportation cost in mind. My major constraint here is capital and that lead to the creation of this thread to seek clarification and guidance on the possibility of accessing a loan as a fresh corp member with the option of paying back from the monthly allowance with a favourable interest rate. I plan on starting with 40bags with a 50k capital payable in 3months spread. It's my own way of appreciating my family for seeing me through to this level and even though it might look small, putting smile on their faces is a top priority.
Please Gentlemen of the house, i need your inputs as regards to my request. God Bless Nigeria

Try LAPO microfinance bank. You can find one in Otukpo or in Enugu.
They provide loans with no collateral just guarantors.

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Re: Getting A Small Scale Business Loan by SpyAC(m): 6:09pm On Jul 15, 2019
nkemakonam100:
Good evening Businessmen of this great forum. I'm a 2019 batch B corp member to serve in benue state. I just completed the mandatory 3weeks orientation course on 8th july in which i was posted to a remote village in oju lga. The purpose of this thread lies solely on the business part of the state because with the few days i spent in benue, touring most part of the lga, i noticed that benue state do not boast of just foods and fruits, but charcoal business is common and cheap too.
I had a great thought within myself that since my mum deals on charcoal down here in the east, it sounds nice sending the product to her in large quantity at a cheaper rate bearing transportation cost in mind. My major constraint here is capital and that lead to the creation of this thread to seek clarification and guidance on the possibility of accessing a loan as a fresh corp member with the option of paying back from the monthly allowance with a favourable interest rate. I plan on starting with 40bags with a 50k capital payable in 3months spread. It's my own way of appreciating my family for seeing me through to this level and even though it might look small, putting smile on their faces is a top priority.
Please Gentlemen of the house, i need your inputs as regards to my request. God Bless Nigeria
0806347822 call me wt this numba
Re: Getting A Small Scale Business Loan by nkemakonam100: 7:09pm On Jul 15, 2019
General0847:


Try LAPO microfinance bank. You can find one in Otukpo or in Enugu.
They provide loans with no collateral just guarantors.
Thank you so much sir. For the guarantors can i take a family member along? Likely my mum
Re: Getting A Small Scale Business Loan by nkemakonam100: 7:12pm On Jul 15, 2019
SpyAC:
0806347822 call me wt this numba
Sir i won't lie, calling your mtn line with airtel would cost more and we might not finish our discussion. Can i drop my mail or rather you drop your airtel for a cheaper call rate. awaiting your response
Re: Getting A Small Scale Business Loan by General0847: 7:16pm On Jul 15, 2019
nkemakonam100:
Thank you so much sir. For the guarantors can i take a family member along? Likely my mum

Yes you can take a family member. Check with them first.

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