SEIFAC Loan Update 2022: Today Seifac Unveil Reasons Applicants Won’t Be Given Loan, Click Here to Read the Post.

SEIFAC Loan Update 2022: Today Seifac Unveil Reasons Applicants Won’t Be Given Loan, Click Here to Read the Post.

Seifac loan

Seifac Loans – Smallholders Farmers & Cooperatives is a programme sponsored by the Nigerian Central Bank ( CBN) under her anchor Borrower’s Programme.

The management of seifac has reached peak and ready to disburse loans to worthy applicants. You’ll also recall that the management had distributed seifac Co-Branded ATM Cards to deserving applicants across the 36 states and federal capital territory (FCT). Seifac conditions for applicants to receive loans are clearly stated paragraph of this publication.

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Seifac Programme Objectives.

Objective: The broad objective of the ABP is to create economic linkage between smallholder farmers and reputable large-scale processors with a view to increasing agricultural output and significantly improving capacity utilization of processors. 

Other objectives include:

  • Increase banks’ financing to the agricultural sector;
  • Reduce agricultural commodity importation and conserve external reserves.
  • Increase capacity utilization of agricultural firms.
  • Create new generation of farmers/entrepreneurs and employment.
  • Deepen the cashless policy and financial inclusion.
  • Reduce the level of poverty among smallholder farmers.
  • Assist rural smallholder farmers to grow from subsistence to commercial production levels.

. Beneficiaries:

  • The loan shall be targeted at smallholder farmers engaged in the production of identified commodities across the country. 
  • The Farmers should be in groups/cooperative(s) of between 5 and 20 for ease of administration.
  • Identified Agricultural Commodities.
  • The targeted commodities of comparative advantage to the states shall include but not limited to:

 Cereals (Rice, Maize, Wheat etc.);Cotton;Roots and Tubers (Cassava, Potatoes, Yam, Ginger etc.);Sugarcane;Tree crops (Oil palm, Cocoa, Rubber etc.);

Legumes (Soybean, Sesame seed, Cowpea etc.);


Livestock (Fish, Poultry, Ruminants etc.);

And any other commodity that will be introduced by the CBN from time to time.

Therefore, for any applicants to receive seifac loan, such applicants must meet the above conditions.

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