Iyaloja Funds: Get ₦50k – ₦1.5m Free loan – Submit your Application!

The Iyaloja Funds have been established to support and uplift small businesses and market traders, providing them with the necessary boost to enhance their capital and expand their ventures. These funds offer non-interest loans specifically tailored to assist those in need within the market trading community. Need a Loan?

Applying for the FG Iyaloja Free Loan Scheme If you are interested in benefiting from the FG Iyaloja Free loan scheme, you can follow these steps to complete your application:

  1. Gather the required documents and information, including proof of identification, business details, and any relevant financial records.
  2. Visit the official application portal or any designated registration center to access and complete the application form. Ensure that you provide accurate and up-to-date information.
  3. Submit the completed application form along with any necessary supporting documents as outlined in the application guidelines.
  4. Wait for the evaluation and review process to take place. The authorities will assess the applications and determine eligibility based on predetermined criteria.
  5. If your application is approved, you will be notified of the loan offering and provided with the necessary instructions to access the funds.

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Remember, the Iyaloja Funds are designed to support market traders, so make sure to take advantage of this opportunity to improve your business prospects and overall financial stability.

As part of the programme’s three-phase disbursement plan, the government will be granting N50,000 non-interest loans to each beneficiary, offering financial support to those in need.

Moreover, the government will be implementing the Renewed Hope Shelter programme, with the aim of providing housing for vulnerable populations such as the poor, internally displaced persons, and refugees.

During a visit to Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris Malagi, in Abuja, Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, Dr Beta Edu, shared these exciting updates.

To apply for the programme and take advantage of the N50,000 non-interest loans and housing opportunities, click on the link below to learn more about your application.