MSME Survival Fund: Free CAC Registration, FG Partners Brownvalley Partners Limited |Apply now


The Federal Government has, in furtherance of the MSME Survival Funds Scheme, partnered Brownvalley Partners Limited for the data capture of interested MSME owners who would want their businesses registered for the category of the Formalisation Supports also known as Free CAC Registration.

Releasing the link and mode of application yesterday on BCA RADIO 88.1 FM, Abia, at about 10 : 30 am was Mr Chinenye Nwaogu, the Abia State MSME Survival Fund Director and Abia State N-SIP Focal Person.

Mr Nwaogu who spoke extensively on the MSME Survival funds Scheme was also scheduled to feature on Magic FM, on the same discussion.  

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The Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Mrs Miriam Katugum had disclosed that the Federal Government would oversee the cost of the CAC Registration for 250,000 unregistered businesses in Nigeria as all arrangements have been made with the Corperate Affiars Commission. 

“This will be at no cost to the MSMEs. The Federal Government will pay CAC N6,000 for each registration and this is under the formalisation support and it is for all MSMEs that require formalisation,” Katagum stated.

How to Register for the Free CAC Certification 

1. Click here

 2. Input Full Name, Business Adress and  Email Address 

 3. Input 3 Separate "Suggested" Business Names

 4. Describe nature of Business

 5. Upload two separate Passport Photograph and Means of Identification 

 6. Click on Submit Entery.

A lot of "chicken-hearted" Nigerians had doubted the mode of application but from a critical observation, the required entry are not those that could predispose one to fraud or fraudulent activities.  

Meanwhile, the Registration for the 333,000 Artisans and Transport Supports clusters has continued across the Federation with direct capture of duly registered Artisan/Transport Associations and Unions by the Agents of the MSME Survival Funds.

The Senior Special Assistant to President Mohammadu on Public Affairs, Ajuri Ngelale disclosed in an interactive segment of the MoneyLine Program with Nancy Nnaji on African Independent Televission (AIT) had noted that only duly registered clusters of such Association and Unions of Artisans/Transporters would be captured as direct beneficiaries of the N30,000 to N50,000 one time grant, as palliative to cushion the effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on the sector.

Read also>>>Video: Ajuri Ngelale further explains MSME Survival Fund Scheme on AIT

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