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Rice Vendor Shows Off CAC Certificate Online; Someone Steals The RC Number (Photos)

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A Nigerian Rice Vendor, Jesuteke Prosper, owner of Jaypee Monarch Ventures LTD has raised an alarm that someone stole the RC Number of his CAC certificate to register for the federal government’s MSME SURVIVAL FUND.

According to him, he had uploaded the CAC certificate online and the unknown person wittingly stole the number to register.

He was lucky to have another registered company handy; with which he completed his own registration for the MSME SURVIVAL FUND.

“Facebook witches and wizards do exist and I have confirmed it. Hmmmm!, he wrote


“Because I uploaded my CAC Certificate online, one lazy youth stole my RC number to apply for FG MSME SURVIVAL FUND.

 

“Thank God I have another registered company, ZENITH EMBASSY BOOKSHOP AND STATIONERY which I later decided to use for the application.

“Mr Lazy Youth that stole my RC number, how market?

“Let me not talk further.

 



PUBLIC ANNOUNCMENT:

MSMEs SURVIVAL FUND TO COMMENCE REGISTRATION FOR GUARANTEED OFF-TAKE STIMULUS SCHEME & GENERAL MSME GRANT

100,000 MSMEs TO BENEFIT FROM GoS
100,000 NIGERIANS TO BENEFIT FROM ONE-OFF N50,000 MSME GRANT

The Steering Committee of the MSMEs Survival Fund and guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme chaired by the Honourable Minister of State, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Amb. Mariam Y. Katagum, wishes to announce the commencement of the Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme and the MSME Grant portal opening from February, 9th, 2021.

The Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme is aimed at protecting and sustaining the incomes of vulnerable Micro and Small Enterprises by guaranteeing the offtake of their products.

A total of 100,000 Micro and Small Enterprises are to benefit from the scheme.

The total target national number of beneficiaries is 100,000. The breakdown is as follows: Lagos, 3,880; Kano, 3,280; Abia, 3,080; while the other states will each have 2,640 beneficiaries.

The qualification criteria for this Scheme are as follows:

1. Applicant must be a Nigerian National.

2. Applicant must be registered under Corporate Affairs Commission with at least a Business Name certificate

3. Applicant must have a verifiable BVN and Bank Account

4. Applicant must have at least 2 staff

5. Applicant must be ready to produce under NAFDAC and SON specifications.

The list of products captured in the Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme track is as below:

PRODUCT LIST FOR GUARANTEED OFFTAKE

CATEGORY A
SANITIZATION & CLEANING

LOT 1 PRODUCT
1 Face Masks
2 Liquid Soap
3 Disinfectant
4 Hand Sanitizer

CATEGORY B
PROCESSED FOODS

LOT 2 GRAINS
1 Beans
2 Garri
3 Acha
4 Alkama
5 Brabusco
6 Rice (Parboiled)
7 Rice (Raw)

LOT 3 FLOUR
1 Yam Flour
2 Plantain Flour
3 Soya Bean Flour
4 Garin Danwake
5 Cassava Flour

LOT 4 OIL
1 Palm oil
2 Groundnut Oil
3 Coconut Oil
4 Honey
5 Soyabean Oil

LOT 5 SPICES
1 Dry Locust beans
2 Curry Powder
3 Tumeric Powder
4 Ginger Powder
5 Garlic Powder

The General MSME Grant is a one-off grant of N50,000 that will be given to each qualified MSME as direct cash injection into their enterprise. the total number of beneficiaries in this track is 100,000 spread across the States.

In the same vein, the General MSME Grant quota as s follows: LAGOS, 3,880; KANO, 3,280; ABIA, 3,080; and other states, 2,640.

All potential beneficiaries of this track must meet the following criteria:

1. Applicant must be a Nigerian National.

2. Applicant must be registered under Corporate Affairs Commission with at least a Business Name certificate

3. Applicant must have a verifiable BVN and Bank Account.

For further details, please visit:

www.survivalfund.gov.ng

Kindly note that registration for this scheme is ABSOLUTELY FREE. Beware of fraudulent persons.

SIGNED:

PROJECT DELIVERY OFFICE,
MSMEs SURVIVAL FUND & GUARANTEED OFF-TAKE SCHEMES.

 

Culled: Jesuteke Prosper

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