CBN Orders Banks To Give N2bn Agric Loan To Nigerian Youths (APPLY HERE)

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CBN has ordered banks to give N2b Agric loan to Nigerian youths.


Nationnewslead reports that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has authorised commercial banks to give up to N2 billion maximum loan to youths interested in going into agriculture.

The loan, which comes under the Accelerated Agriculture Development Scheme (AADS) at five per cent interest rate per annum was created by the apex bank in collaboration with state governments to engage 370,000 youth in agricultural production.

According to the loan guideline released on Tuesday and signed by CBN Director Development Finance Department, Yusuf Yila Philip, the maximum loan accessible under the scheme shall be N2 billion per obligor.

The CBN Director Development Finance Department said the country’s population pyramid is bulging around the youth segment, with an estimated 75 per cent of the population identified to be aged below 35 years, saying a large segment of this population would have eked out a living if adequate opportunities were harnessed in agriculture given its potential of employing over 70 per cent of the nation’s workforce.


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Philip  listed agricultural commodities eligible for consideration under the scheme as rice, maize, cassava, cotton, wheat , tomato, poultry and fish, among others.

The CBN Director Development Finance Department said obligors are to have a contiguous land of not less than 20 hectares provided for specified agricultural commodities cultivation. Also, there should be evidence of land ownership in form of any acceptable title including lease of a minimum of 15 years.

Philip said the CBN will bear 50 per cent of the credit risk in the event of default by the participant while repayment of the facility will be made on installment basis through the participating banks and spread over the Economics of Production (EOP) of the cultivated commodities.

Participating banks are to conduct due diligence on prospective obligors, access funds from the CBN for on-lending and ensure that payments are made directly to mechanization service providers for the land clearing.

The participating banks are to remit repayments received to the CBN on quarterly or annual basis depending on the commodity financed

The Private Sector-Led Accelerated Agriculture Development Scheme (P-AADS) was also developed to complement AADS by exploring private sector partnership to facilitate more rapid land clearing for production of key agricultural commodities.

The facility shall be repaid from the Economics of Production (EOP) for cultivating on the cleared farmland.

“Interest rate under the intervention shall be five per cent per annum (all inclusive) up to 28th February 2021. Interest on the facility from 1st March 2021 shall be nine per cent per annum (all inclusive),” the guidelines said.

The collateral to be pledged by participants under the scheme shall be title of the cleared land and other acceptable collateral prescribed under the Anchor Borrowers Programme.

In line with its developmental mandate, the CBN 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.

The broad objective of the P-AADS is to facilitate increased private sector agricultural production of staple foods and industrial raw materials, as well as support food security, job creation and economic diversification.

The P-AADS is expected to fast track land clearing for primary production of agricultural commodities, promote food security through the provision of large contiguous land for agricultural production across all states; collaborate with agro-processors engaged in backward integration by providing financing for extended land clearing in proximal locations for cultivating commodities for supply of industrial raw materials; support other capable stakeholders interested in unlocking land for agriculture through appropriate financing; and engender job creation for individual farmers that will cultivate on the cleared land.

Anchor/commodity association/processor submits Expression of Interest (EOI) with all requisite documents including crop to cultivate, to participating banks for consideration.

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24 thoughts on “CBN Orders Banks To Give N2bn Agric Loan To Nigerian Youths (APPLY HERE)

    1. Sulaiman Ola ARIYO

      Dear Sir/Ma,

      I am Sulaiman Ola ARIYO, an indigent of Iwo area of Osun State, Nigeria.

      With all due honour, I seek for your unreserved assistance for the CBN loan.

      I thoroughly need this loan to support my livestock farming as Covid’19 had really affected me.

      Account Name: Ola ARIYO,
      Account Number: 0236352795,
      Acct Type: Savings,
      Bank Name: Wema Bank.

      I would be grateful if this GREAT opportunity is achievable.


  1. Usman buhari

    Please i am in a severe need of the agricultural loan in other to finance my livestock farming sir
    Account Number:0247182090 GTB
    Account Name:Muhammad Usman Buhari
    FYA please Sir, Thankyou.

  2. Jimoh Majeed

    Morning sir / ma ,

    Am in need of financial aid on agricultural activities. Am from saki. Saki West local government, Oyo State.

    MAJEED Adebayo Jimoh 0074080590, @access bank.

    08103225341 my number

  3. Tijani islamiyat

    Good afternoon Sir/Ma
    I am ready to be doing Agric business such as : fishing, farming, and poultry.
    I will be very grateful if my dreams can comes true through this loan.

  4. Mrs Isis T. Gegere

    Hi, I am Mrs Isis Gegere based in Lagos, Nigeria.Many thanks to CBN for this investment opportunity. Do kindly and urgently profile me for the CBN Agriculture Loan 2020. I also need an email address or a newsletter subscription where I can receive updates on the protocols for the loan. Thanks.

  5. Suleiman Benjamin

    I am in dire need of a loan to support and expand my poultry and livestock farm. Pls reach me on 08164491737 if there be any possibility. Thanks

  6. Mrs Rhoda Tuologbo

    Hi, immense thanks for the investment opportunity. I am an ex-NYSC member trained in the petrochemical and education sector. My bank details are First Bank of Nigeria with account name TUOLOGBO RHODA KESIENA and account number 3056852685.thanks


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