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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by nedekid: 2:39pm On Mar 26
luxy44:


Which post? What are you saying?
Dont bother.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Talknochip(m): 2:43pm On Mar 26
Smh. Loan for what? When a total lockdown is imminent. Govt is suppose to assume d responsibily of payin the salaries of workers working with many private organisations especially those with tax returns like it is been done in other climes . The CBN governor is too theoritical. He has never inspired me in his presentations.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by debigone(m): 3:02pm On Mar 26
nice one, I want to be working in dollars, how do I get it?
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by debigone(m): 3:04pm On Mar 26
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by powerkey: 3:05pm On Mar 26
That useless CBN Governor and his crew needs to be slapped.

I will slap him wherever I see him.


Why give to the wealthy instead of the poor masses?


Ohhhh. APC buhari and his band of demons have destroyed the little remaining in Nigeria.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by 989900: 3:17pm On Mar 26
It should simply have been BVN based. A percentage of your turnover with a reasonably set cap.

This one they are doing is simply abracadabra: "the more you look, the less you see."

If you don't have BVN, nothing for you, it will further emphasize the need to get documented.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Bontia(m): 3:23pm On Mar 26
I weep for my nation for we have the most wicked leaders. I have one question for the CBN. If a household has been adversely affected by Covid-19 and their final resort is to take the N3m loan from CBN, how would the household repay the N3m plus 5% interest within 12 months. Somebody will now come and say I am a citizen of Nigeria and I have a government. In a country where I am no a citizen the govt has made provisions to pay me $2,000 monthly for the next four months if I am adversely affected by Covid-19. There are other palliative measures made available by the govt such as deferring my mortgage payments for the next 6 months. Deffering utility payments for the next 3 months. Defferring property taxes for the next 6 months. Increasing child care benefit by $300. I very much understand that Nigeria's economy may not be as vibrant as that of a developed nation but ask yourself the question how did we get here? Who did this to us?

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by LabDNA: 3:28pm On Mar 26
Many of these leaders, politicians and bourgeoise need to die. They never learn anything at all.

Other countries where things are even easier are giving out free bail-outs and stipends to businesses and households but CBN is only interested in hawking loan facilities with their usual stringent bureaucracies that will eventually end up making the rich ones, even richer.

Hopeless apes! Let Covid-19 kill everyone of you.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by OROSUNBOLB(m): 3:38pm On Mar 26
Awon oloriburuku ! Loans ? Chai ! These guys are just too insensitive.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Neoteny7: 3:58pm On Mar 26
Ashewo nkor?

Dem dey affected pass everyone.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Wasky101: 3:58pm 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.
Have you tried applying?
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Neoteny7: 3:59pm On Mar 26
Kerfuffle:
Any loan given on credit is useless, evil and a total rip-off.
Emefile, stop behaving like the Jews of the old!

Isn't he a local jew, tho?

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by MeKshow(m): 4:31pm On Mar 26
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by ernieboy(m): 7:05pm On Mar 26
Ayoefa:


How many Nigerians pay income tax? Very very few but they want to live like those in the US who pays about 36 of their income in taxes. Not to talk of all other taxes such property, alchohol, tobacco, fuel, airport, shopping and many many other taxes. At the end of the day, you are paying close to 70 percent in taxes when you factor in all other taxes.
all workers in the organized private sector pay tax as it should be.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Ayoefa: 7:11pm On Mar 26
ernieboy:
all workers in the organized private sector pay tax as it should be.

The should give some sort of reliefs to those that have been paying taxes - both private and public.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Seunpaul01(m): 7:11pm On Mar 26
Chai.... Naija small small now. Which heavy lies is this.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by tonquendo4u(m): 7:33pm On Mar 26
5% interest? We are always not serious in this country.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by reiddecuti: 8:38pm On Mar 26
5% interest. They wanna make money out of people's misfortune.

Like seriously, when I say the people who rules and controls this nation called Nigeria has nothing upstairs, people snob me.


Now see the results!!! To them to money to make for looting.

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by sevo(m): 10:06pm On Mar 26
Bontia:
I weep for my nation for we have the most wicked leaders. I have one question for the CBN. If a household has been adversely affected by Covid-19 and their final resort is to take the N3m loan from CBN, how would the household repay the N3m plus 5% interest within 12 months. Somebody will now come and say I am a citizen of Nigeria and I have a government. In a country where I am no a citizen the govt has made provisions to pay me $2,000 monthly for the next four months if I am adversely affected by Covid-19. There are other palliative measures made available by the govt such as deferring my mortgage payments for the next 6 months. Deffering utility payments for the next 3 months. Defferring property taxes for the next 6 months. Increasing child care benefit by $300. I very much understand that Nigeria's economy may not be as vibrant as that of a developed nation but ask yourself the question how did we get here? Who did this to us?


This is exactly what I was saying in another post...CBN suppose to have stepped in and order a loan holiday for people that took out Loans
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Mandelus: 11:56pm On Mar 26
helinues:
Loans with 5% interest?

Are this people serious?
Do you still have right thinking people in government

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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by johnkey: 1:58am On Mar 27
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
if you get the mind sha, I know of one.
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by coolqayy(m): 7:42am On Mar 27
johnkey:
if you get the mind sha, I know of one.
Which one is that
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by brownemmanuel43(m): 11:17am On Mar 27
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by brownemmanuel43(m): 11:25am On Mar 27
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by paroh137(m): 11:42am On Mar 27
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by johnkey: 4:09pm On Mar 27
coolqayy:
Which one is that
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by coolqayy(m): 6:08pm On Mar 27
johnkey:
Hard drugs
Lol
But can do it oo
If there is link
Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by johnkey: 6:53am On Mar 28
coolqayy:

Lol
But can do it oo
If there is link
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Re: CBN Offers ₦50 Billion Credit To Households, Businesses Affected By Coronavirus by Veraset: 9:40am On Mar 28
I'm interested too
johnkey:
if you get the mind sha, I know of one.

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