The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), in line with its developmental mandate, continues to develop and introduce development finance programmes and schemes to expand access to finance to critical sectors and segments of the economy to achieve food self-sufficiency as well as diversification. Accordingly, the apex bank has authorized commercial banks to give up to N2 billion (about $5.2 million) as loans to youths interested in going into agriculture, under the Private Sector-Led Accelerated Agriculture Development Scheme (P-AADS).
The @cenbank has authorised commercial banks to give up to N2 billion maximum loan to youths interested in going into agriculture, under the Private Sector-Led Accelerated Agriculture Development Scheme (P-AADS).
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— Government of Nigeria (@NigeriaGov) November 18, 2020
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