Aid for Nigerian Small Businesses, Households During Covid-19

The Central Bank of Nigeria has waived the requirement for the provision of guarantors by households and small and medium enterprises applying for its U.S.$129 million targeted credit facility during the Covid-19 pandemic. The package was a provision by the bank for small businesses affected by the novel coronavirus to stay in business and not lay off workers.


Naira (file photo).

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