ALERT: Register for Federal Government 75bn Youth Investment fund, See How

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Nigeria Youth Investment Fund 2020
Register for Nigeria Youth Investment Fund 2020

The Federal Government of Nigeria has opened its 75 billion Nigeria Youth
Investment Fund portal for Nigerians to apply. See how to apply below. 

The NYIF Application Form is dedicated to investing in the innovative ideas, skills, talents and enterprise of the Nigerian youth with the aim of turning them into entrepreneurs.

The initiative was announced by the Minister of Youth and sport development, Sunday Dare on July 22 took effect today.


According to Dare, 500,000 youths are expected to benefit from the funding targets.

According to him, a minimum of N25 billion will be disbursed each year over the next three years, totalling N75 billion.

The initiative – NYIF to the tune of N75 billion is being funded by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

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Dare noted that an initial sum of N12.5 billion will be needed to commence the NYIF, for the remaining part of 2020.

He added that the initiative, which is part of President Muhammadu Buhari’s plan to address unemployment in the country, will be sustained by successive governments.

“The fund aims to reach 500,000 youth annually between 2020 and 2023. Each fund approval will range from N250,000 to N50,000,000, with a spread across group applications, individual applications, working capital loans set at 1 year and term loans set at 3 years with single digit interest rate of 5%,” he said.

Mr Dare explained that they would be employing various channels to disburse the funds.

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He said the channels would include micro credit organizations across the country the CBN supported by the Bank of Industry, fintech organizations and venture capital organizations registered with the CBN.

Dare further said the ministry of finance, budget and national planning and the CBN will provide the initial financing for NYIF, while youth seeking to benefit from the fund must have genuine business ideas and registered business entities.

He noted only citizens are allowed to partake, adding that they must be able to provide recognised means of identification and guarantors.

Interested applicants can access the registration portal at or via this link


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