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Summary of Funding Opportunities in Nigeria from February 8 to February 14, 2021


From Monday, February 8 to Sunday, February 14, 2021, we’ve published some of the best loans and funding opportunities on, if you missed any of them, we’ve got you covered by this recap.

Starting from SEIFAC loan to what to do if your loan application was rejected and other top trending funding for small businesses in Nigeria right now.

Do you know you can get up to N5,000,00 in the SEIFAC-CBN loan? If you haven’t heard about the programme.


We at InfomediaNG thought we should let you the unlimited opportunities in the Smallholder Economic Interest Farmers Agricultural Cooperative or SEIFAC.

Check out our guide on how to APPLY HERE

What To Do If Your CBN Loan Application Was Not Successful

At times, we get tired when our request is rejected. The same is applicable to a loan application. How do you feel when your loan application is rejected or it isn’t honoured?

In this guide, we’ve compiled some of the key reasons why your CBN loan was rejected and what to do enjoy funding opportunities for your business.


How To File Company Annual Returns With CAC To Avoid Deregistration

Getting evidence of business registration from the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is very important if you want to get access to some of the funding opportunities by Nigeria’s government.

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Having the CAC certificate isn’t enough. There are consequences if you failed to file company annual returns.

To avoid the penalties that go with the failure, we’ve put together a guide on how to file returns at CAC closer to you. CHECK IT OUT HERE

What Should I Do If My Company Is Delisted By CAC?

If your business was registered at the CAC more than five years ago and you failed to file annual returns, there is a possibility that your company would be delisted.

If you find yourself in this mess, it can be rectified within 24 hours. So, no need to develop a headache because of this.

That’s why we put together what you need to do to RECTIFY THE PROBLEM.

How To Setup CSCS Account And Withdraw Your Unclaimed Dividends To Prevent Nigeria’s Government From Borrowing Your Hard Earned Money

Some time ago, the Federal Government under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari said his government is broke.

Buhari needs more monies to run a government that is known for paying billionaire of naira in salaries of the federal lawmakers and his cabinet members.

The government says unclaimed dividends will be its next target. This means if you bought shares and forgot to claim your dividends, FG WILL take the money therein and use to finance its projects.

If you don’t know how to go about this, the first is to set up a Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS account).

But there are certain steps you need to take before setting up a CSCS account THIS GUIDE will relief you the burden of claiming your dividends.

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That’s all for this week. Look out for some other funding opportunities you can access in Nigeria for your business as we sail through the new week.

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Happy Val,

InfomediaNG Team

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