Paying house rent, medical bills, household, project, or personal expenses could be quite an uphill task for a Federal Civil Servant these days. Sometimes it feels like climbing a mountain with no footwear.
Generally, this could be caused by the all-time high inflation rate of 17.33% in Nigeria. While wages and salaries are busy getting comfortable at their current level of, we no go rise, we die here.
It is expected with the high inflation rate; the cost of paying bills will equally increase in a direct proportion manner to inflation. At some point, as a Federal Civil Servant, your salaries won’t be enough to cover your bills or afford you a good lifestyle. Next thing you are driving into debts, embarrassments, high BP, sleepless nights, and bad financial decisions.
But you don’t have to get to that stage.
Now you can get a 10 hours prompt salary loan from Mutual Trust Microfinance Bank Limited with no collateral. Yes! You don’t need collateral to access a salary loan from Mutual Trust Microfinance Bank.
If you’re looking for fast salary loans to offset your child’s school fees, pay your rent, settle unpaid medical bills, fund your business or take care of project expenses as a federal civil servant, then Mutual Trust Microfinance Bank Limited is your hero in meeting and exceeding your financial expectations.
You can access a salary loan from Mutual Trust Microfinance Bank for loans in Abuja and from anywhere in Nigeria. The best part of it, 10 hours or less is all that is needed for you to receive your money in any bank account of your choice.
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How to access a salary loan from Mutual Trust Microfinance Bank:
- You must be a Federal Civil Servant.
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- Your most recent pay slip.
- You must be under IPPIS.
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Jaiz deploys NQR code to Fraser Suites
The NQR service is designed for merchants/individuals to receive or make payments for goods and services.
Jaiz Bank Plc, the premier Non-Interest Bank in Nigeria has deployed the newly introduced Quick Response Code (NQR) to Fraser Suites in Abuja as part of the Bank’s efforts to drive contactless payment solutions in the country.
Managing Director/CEO of Jaiz Bank Mr. Hassan Usman presented the platform to the Managing Director of Fraser Suites, M.G Nasreddin, yesterday.
During the presentation, Usman said the indigenous Payment Platform provides a reliable and enhanced payment experience that would lower transaction costs for customers.
The MD assured the Fraser boss that the NQR Code would ensure quick and convenient means of payments for goods and services.
On his part, Nasreddin appreciated Jaiz Bank for the deployment of the NQR, saying the platform would assist in easing payment for customers.
The NQR service is designed for merchants/individuals to receive or make payments for goods and services. The Platform is integrated with the Bank’s existing mobile banking application to support retail payment and cardless ATM withdrawal.
The payment system will only require customers to log into the app, scan the NQR code, authenticate the transaction with a PIN and merchants are instantly credited with the value. It enhances the scanning to pay mode, fast-track the process for receiving money in real-time, and facilitates quick payments.
Bayer set to hold the 3rd edition of the Nigeria Maize Conference
This year’s conference which will be virtual is tagged “Much More Maize” and is scheduled for the 22nd of April 2021.
Bayer Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of Bayer AG, Germany has announced its plan to hold the 3rd edition of its annual Nigeria Maize conference. This year’s conference which will be virtual is tagged “Much More Maize” and is scheduled for the 22nd of April 2021.
Speaking ahead of the conference, the Country Sales Manager, Bayer Nigeria Ltd, Mr. Temitope Banjo said that the Nigeria Maize Conference is an initiative to bring together stakeholders in the Maize agricultural value chain, to deliver innovative solutions that would help Nigerian farmers maximize their farm yields and secure their harvests from devastating disease and pests.
According to Banjo, “Nigeria is yet to reach its full potentials in terms of maize productivity, for example where a hectare of farmland in Egypt can yield up to 7 metric tonnes per hectare, a farm of the same size in Nigeria only produces around 1.8 metric tonnes per hectare which is one of the lowest among the top 10 maize producers in Africa.” He went on to say that even though Nigeria is presently the largest producer of Maize in Africa, the country is still not able to meet up with its domestic and industrial needs for the crop.
He stated that the challenges with maize production in Nigeria are mainly due to poor agronomic factors and the use of bad seeds during planting and cultivation, and there is a need to educate our farmers on how they can increase the productivity and profitability of their farms, hence the theme for this year’s conference.
Commenting on how Bayer intended to address the maize production challenges in Nigeria, the Managing Director of Bayer Nigeria Ltd., Mr. Sefihait Kone explained that Bayer has a suite of products which is called the Bayer “Much More Maize” toolkit, specially put together to help farmers protect their crops and boost productivity of their farms from the planting phase through the harvesting stage.
“We will show how these products, if used properly have the potential to increase the profitability of their farms which translates to higher revenue for them. We hope that once all farmers imbibe these proper procedures, it will have a ripple effect on the economy and increase the food sufficiency of the country,” Kone stated.
Some of the guests and keynote speakers expected at the virtual conference include Alhaji Abubakar Bello who is the President of the Maize Association of Nigeria (MAAN), Dr. Olusegun Ojo, the Director of the National Agricultural Seed Council (NASC) as well as experts from Bayer in person of Dr. David Wangila and Dr. Joseph Kibaki.
Visit https://nigerianmaizeconference.com/#register to register for the event.
Bayer is an innovation company with a more than 150-year history. Its scientific successes are intended to help improve people’s lives. It’s a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and agriculture.
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