Iyaloja Monie Scheme: Registration and How to Apply

Are you a market trader dreaming of expanding your business without the burden of interest? Look no further!

What is GEEP Iyaloja Market Fund Scheme?

The GEEP initiative, led by the Honourable Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr. Betta Edu, is here to empower you, the market traders of Nigeria. Known as Iyaloja, this program is your ticket to growth, offering interest-free loans of N50,000.

Navigating the Application Process

Ready to take the leap? Let’s dive into the step-by-step guide.

Initiating the Application Process:

  • NSIPA or NASSCO Enumerators are on the move, scouting markets to identify potential recipients. Are you on their radar?
  • If you have a BVN and belong to an accredited market association or cooperative, you’re halfway there. Your association’s involvement is key.

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  • Your association holds the key to unlocking this opportunity. Encourage them to express interest in MarketMoni. The clock is ticking, don’t miss out!

Verification and Loan Assessment

The moment of truth: verification and assessment await.

  • Once qualified, a MarketMoni agent will knock on your association’s door. Are you ready to impress?
  • Make sure your association’s information is up to date and accurate. This is your chance to shine.

Responsible Loan Utilization

With great opportunity comes great responsibility.

  • Remember, this is not just a loan, it’s an investment in your future. Make every Naira count.
  • Wise decisions today can pave the way for a brighter tomorrow. How will you utilize this financial boost?

Further Information and Contacts

Got questions? We’ve got answers.

  • Reach out to your NSIP State focal person for guidance. They’re here to help you navigate this journey. Don’t hesitate to ask.

Seize the Opportunity

The stage is set, the spotlight is on you.

  • Elevate your market trading business with the GEEP IYALOJA Market-Moni Scheme. This could be your ticket to success. Are you ready to make your mark?

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