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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by affable4(m): 12:02pm On Mar 26
Na so
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by richPHAROAH: 12:03pm On Mar 26
different ways to steal money. besides loan is a way the govt turns you to its slave

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Ayoefa: 12:03pm On Mar 26
Dgreatestt:
Other countries are giving her citizens cash for upkeep, ours is doing business and giving loans with an interest rate cheesy cheesy grin

How does this even benefit d local man on the street?

Again, the rich will get richer.

Bunch of confused and selfish leaders

Even in the US it's only for tax payers not for everyone. Most will eventually pay it back in higher taxes sooner or later. No free lunch anywhere.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by tonididdy(m): 12:03pm On Mar 26
Na them them go still share am... Even in death they will never change
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by chrisav: 12:07pm On Mar 26
did you read the article? shocked shocked shocked
candidbabe:
What of small business owners that their investment is not up to 25 million naira.

This loan is not for the masses but for the upper class.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Timozo1(m): 12:08pm On Mar 26
candidbabe:
What of small business owners that their investment is not up to 25 million naira.

This loan is not for the masses but for the upper class.

Please go back and read well, the 25M is the Maximum one can collect depending on the size of your business. Small business can collect so far u have proof of your business and size.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Kampack: 12:08pm On Mar 26
Audio money
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Nobody: 12:08pm On Mar 26
Las las everybody go full streets at the end of the year the few people who survived will start the country over. All these people shouting "stay at home" wetin market women wan chop?
Wetin bikemen and drivers wan chop?

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by jaxxy(m): 12:09pm On Mar 26
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by passyhansome(m): 12:09pm On Mar 26
ONLY FOR NORTHERNERS

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by luxy44: 12:14pm On Mar 26
candidbabe:
What of small business owners that their investment is not up to 25 million naira.

This loan is not for the masses but for the upper class.

Did you read the news at all? Your likes are approaching BOI everyday with their proposals and getting grants/loan in form of equipment. You are here condemning the process you haven't tried.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Tpharell: 12:16pm On Mar 26
What about people who earn their living daily, mechanics, carpenters, road side food sellers, etc. Our economic system is still largely informal and everyone will be impacted by this scourge one way or another, just in different measures.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Heffalump(m): 12:17pm On Mar 26
Kenmatt:
United States' Senate approved 2 trillion dollars for this.

Nigeria is talking just 50 billion naira.

Atiku donated 50 million naira.

I don't even know if we are buying Crayfish.


Chill make you see the money first. All these announcements is for the media. Nigeria case is different undecided

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by jasman1: 12:21pm On Mar 26
It’s probably have been shared already. It’s a Northern thing. Don’t be too hopeful

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by ayukdaboss(m): 12:21pm On Mar 26
Timozo1:


Please go back and read well, the 25M is the Maximum one can collect depending on the size of your business. Small business can collect so far u have proof of your business and size.
Nigerian Don’t like to read
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by chuksiano: 12:27pm On Mar 26
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by jasman1: 12:27pm On Mar 26
Go back and read what Oga? You that reads meaning to every writing, have ever benefited from such scam? Stop defending broken system

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Denique(f): 12:28pm On Mar 26
Timozo1:


Please go back and read well, the 25M is the Maximum one can collect depending on the size of your business. Small business can collect so far u have proof of your business and size.

How can it be accessed?
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by ernieboy(m): 12:29pm On Mar 26
Ayoefa:


Even in the US it's only for tax payers not for everyone. Most will eventually pay it back in higher taxes sooner or later. No free lunch anywhere.
and don't we pay tax in Nigeria, even though we have not received any welfare package from the govt
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by eph12(m): 12:30pm On Mar 26
Kenmatt:
United States' Senate approved 2 trillion dollars for this.

Nigeria is talking just 50 billion naira.

Atiku donated 50 million naira.

I don't even know if we are buying Crayfish.
LOL Nigeria can't afford anything close to what USA is releasing
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Femeto: 12:31pm On Mar 26
Na even Loan. This CBN governor they Mad.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by TeaJay6692(m): 12:31pm On Mar 26
very useless and unserious people
if all these rich thieves can be reasonsble like Atiku
can u imagine lending us our money back after 7.5% vat

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by MaxNdu: 12:32pm On Mar 26
And so the looting continues
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by nairaman66(m): 12:33pm On Mar 26
This is the reason Corona Virus will kill each and everyone of you!
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by OYAY(m): 12:38pm On Mar 26
But which household will this pandemic not affected? This condition of accessing the money is strange jarey!!!!

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by JunctionBox: 12:40pm On Mar 26
Going through comments on this thread, it quickly reminded me of what an analyst said on radio this morning. The man said Nigerians no longer believe anything coming from Nigerian government because of how the government has disappointed them over the years. It's the reason some Nigerians still believe there's nothing like Corona Virus in Nigeria no matter what the government is saying about the pandemic. And this is true to a very large extent. Just look at the loan, an average Nigerian does not believe in this kind of loan even if it's real.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by livenletlive: 12:42pm On Mar 26
Just talk and propaganda. No one can meet conditions to access the funds. Just try and see what NISRA will tell you.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by nnaeyes6: 12:44pm On Mar 26
Which kind corona virus loan is this?
Who does that?
Share the money joor!
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Smhaykins(m): 12:48pm On Mar 26
coolqayy:
Please I am in a debt of about 300k which I have to pay by ending of april and have 100k with me . Feed up , still thinking of that they asked us to clear our school fee before mid April. don't know where to get it. Any business, advice , or help please nairalanders

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by DCmonster: 12:48pm On Mar 26
Lmao! They still wanna make money outta pandemic crisis. Thank God I don't dwell among the fools in Nigeria. A mad man on here was comparing Nigeria to Trinidad grin. Trinidad gave out cash and paid workers salary for 3 months and also provided money for rent and asked all workers to stay home. Over here the US government has done the same.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by bangging(m): 12:55pm On Mar 26
ebukajay184:

http://saharareporters.com/2020/03/25/cbn-introduces-n50bn-credit-facility-households-small-businesses-affected-coronavirus

The phone number for NISRAL Microfinance Bank is 0813 988 2220
scammers, I just call the phone number and a lady pick it and was talking trash.. big scam

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by olancho: 12:56pm On Mar 26
Road transporters are affected too. They should access the loan too.

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