MSME Survival Fund: Fake Survival Fund Twitter Handles continue to mislead Applicants

While the Project Delivery Office of the N75Billion MSMEs Survival Fund Scheme has intensified efforts to ensure that all verified applicants of the Payroll Supports Track of the Scheme recieve their payments, some Fake MSME Survival Fund Twitter handles have continued to dish out false and misleading information to the public, contradicting the efforts of the PDO.

Some of the fake accounts had claimed that massive payments would commence on 17th or 18th May, 2021 which shattered the hope of the applicants who watched their phones till morning of 19th May, 2021 when they saw no Alerts.

Six fake MSMEs Survival Fund Twitter handles have been identified as participants in peddling false information/replies to the public against the immense efforts of the Federal Government to fully and efficiently implement the MSME Survival Funds Scheme.

They are:

1. https://mobile.twitter.com/Enginee19976414  @Enginee19976414

2. https://mobile.twitter.com/Survival_Fund @Survival_Fund 

3. https://mobile.twitter.com/FundSurvival @FundSurvival

4. https://mobile.twitter.com/Survival_Fund_n @Survival_Fund_n 

5. https://mobile.twitter.com/Adams_Magayaki @Adams_Magayaki 

6. https://mobile.twitter.com/Payroll_update  @Payroll_update

While these fake accounts hide under the pretence of retweeting tweets from the Project Delivery Office official Twitter Handle https://mobile.twitter.com/SurvivalFund_ng @SurvivalFund_ng, and other Federal Government Intervention Scheme, they do not proffer solutions that align with the intents of the programmes.

RecallMSME Survival Fund: 17th or 18th May announced Payment unofficial

The Federal Government had on 29th April, 2021 continued the 3 Months N30,000 Grant Payments to aditional 146,065 successful beneficiaries of the Payroll Supports Track across the Federation.

According to the statement released by the PDO, 46,117 beneficiaries of the General Grant Track of the Scheme constituting 50% of the total beneficiaries of the Track also started recieving the one time N50,000 direct cash injection to boost their businesses.


While the payment is on going, the applicants of the Scheme are encouraged to follow verified and reliable sources for valid information regard the implimentation of the N75 Billion MSME Survival Fund Scheme.

The MSMEs Survival Fund Scheme is an initiative of the Federal Government to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through the National Economic Sustainability Plan  (NESP).

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