As per an update by Nneka Ikem Anibeze, the Special Assistant, Media and Publicity to Sadiya Farouq, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development on Thursday, below is information for exited N-Power beneficiaries (Batch A and B) on how to apply for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Empowerment Options.
AllNews understands that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) empowerment options for erstwhile N-Power beneficiaries is what the Federal Government of Nigeria tag NEXIT.
How to Apply for the CBN Empowerment Options for exited Batches A and B N-Power beneficiaries:
1) Login to the portal by clicking on http://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng or copy the link to your browser.
2) Fill your email, password, names and BVN then click the ‘submit‘ button.
3) Go to your email inbox for a link to confirm your email.
4) Complete other information as required (17 questions).
5) If you have already registered, just enter your email and password to login. Be patient while trying to register as many other beneficiaries are trying to login.
If you’re an N-Power beneficiary using http://mail.naij.com you won’t be able to log in because it does not exist anymore. Therefore, you will not have access to receive any mail. Send your details to [email protected] and we will resolve it.
“The CBN in collaboration with of the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs has developed a portal to enable exited N-Power beneficiaries to log on and apply for the various CBN economic empowerment and entrepreneurship options such as the AGSMEIS loan and the Anchor Borrowers Program (ABP)," Farouq had said.
“Interested N-Power exited beneficiaries should log on to the CBN portal for more information. The website portal is http://nexit-fmhds.cbn.gov.ng.”
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The famed N-Power Programme was inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2016 under the National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) with the mandate of lifting citizens out of poverty through capacity building, investment, and direct support.
The erstwhile beneficiaries from Batches A and B were transited on July 31, 2020, with plans already in place to convey them into entrepreneurship.
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development had announced the commencement of enrolment for a new batch of N-Power beneficiaries (Batch C).