Link To Upload NYIF Loan Business Plan

lf you applied for NYIF (Nigeria Youth Investment Fund) and participated in the online training, kindly follow the link below to upload your ‘Business Plan’. It's your business plan that will determine if the fund will be given to you. Uploading started since November 30.

How to upload NYIF loan Business Plan:

Kindly note that qualification for the fund will be determined by your business plan. To upload your business plan to the NYIF portal, visit https://nyif.nmfb.com.ng/app, login with your details, and then upload your business plan. Your business plan should be in PDF.

The ministry has changed the process of application to the following 3 basic steps:

  • Registration and uploading of business plan.
  • Training
  • Disbursement

Unlike how it is before, now, It is after your business plan upload you'll be invited for training if your business plan is worthy of funding. This process was given in the Latest Update For NYIF Applicants, Click Here to read the update.

For those who are yet to receive the training invitation don't panic as they are coming for every one who applied.

READ ALSO: Link To Apply For Nigeria Youth Investment Fund (NYIF)

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  1. I applied for nyif few weeks back but there wasn't provision for filling business plan but I can't upload it for it shows no trained.reply neccessary

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  2. Please I cant loging to my NYIF account, I clicked on the forget password, and I can not find the link in my registered email account. Please Help.
    Thanks

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  3. I was trained till now no certificate,and I can't offload my business plan.what is happening

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  4. I have already applied but nothing like business plan

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  5. I was trained since but no certificate

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  6. The confirmation code has not been sent to my email for one week now.

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