N75B Survival Fund: Abia Govt makes revelation, warns school proprietors

The Abia State Project Delivery Office of the Federal Government’s 75 Billion Naira Survival Fund, says its attention has been drawn to reports that some school proprietors in the state are requesting their staff who benefitted from the N30,000 Payroll Support fund to return some part or all the money to the school management. It... Continue Reading →

The Presidency has said that small business operators aren’t required to undergo any form of training before accessing the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Survival Fund. The Special Assistant to the President on MSMEs, Office of the Vice President, Mr Tola Johnson, made the clarification at the inauguration of the Transport Track of the... Continue Reading →

Presidency gives update on survival funds to businesses

The Presidency has said feedback from across the country indicates that the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, MSMEs, Survival Fund is achieving the desired result of giving succour to small businesses. Tola Johnson, the Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on MSMEs, attached to the Office of the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo disclosed this while... Continue Reading →

Survival Fund: Nigerian govt commences payment to beneficiaries

The federal government has commenced payment to beneficiaries of the payroll support scheme under the MSME Survival Fund. Presidential spokesman, Laolu Akande, confirmed this in a statement Wednesday night. He said so far, 101,567 verified employees drawn from 16,250 companies have received their first monthly payment. The official noted that the initiative was designed to... Continue Reading →

Fed Govt will engage youths, address job creation, says minister

Information and Culture Minister Lai Mohammed has assured Nigerians that the Federal Government will continue to engage the youth and address issues of job creation and poverty reduction. Mohammed stated this on Monday while addressing reporters at Federal Government’s consultative meeting with political and traditional leaders in the Southwest at the Lagos House in Alausa,... Continue Reading →

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