Empowering Women Entrepreneurs: IYALOJA MONIE SCHEME Launches 50k Interest Free Loan Program

Empowering Women Entrepreneurs: IYALOJA MONIE SCHEME Launches 50k Loan Program

The IYALOJA MONIE SCHEME is a groundbreaking initiative aimed at providing much-needed financial support to women entrepreneurs across Nigeria. With a focus on empowering women to achieve their economic goals, the program offers a non-interest loan of N50,000 to 1,500,000 market women. Continue Reading…

This significant investment in women's economic empowerment will have a profound impact on the lives of countless families and communities. By providing access to capital, the IYALOJA MONIE SCHEME enables women to expand their businesses, create jobs, and contribute to the overall economic growth of Nigeria.

The program's registration process is underway, with registrants (Enumerators) actively reaching out to women in 109 markets across the country. In some states, registrations have already commenced, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive.

Note: There is no link or portal don’t fall for scams, only enumerators can get you registered 

The IYALOJA MONIE SCHEME is part of a broader government initiative to address poverty and inequality in Nigeria.The Federal Government has approved a staggering N416 billion naira for the CCT/RRR/IYALOJA PROGRAM,demonstrating its unwavering commitment to supporting women entrepreneurs and fostering economic growth.

This comprehensive program is set to revolutionize the lives of women entrepreneurs across Nigeria, providing them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. With the IYALOJA MONIE SCHEME, women can unlock their full potential and contribute to a brighter future for themselves, their families, and their communities.

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M-Bukar, a University of Maiduguri Computer Engineering graduate, is dedicated to researching and writing about empowerment opportunities. His passion reflects a strong commitment to creating positive change and contributing meaningfully to empowerment initiatives.

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