Micro-Credit Lending Program

Update on the Enugu Micro-credit Lending program

This is Good News, Ndi-Enugu!

The Enugu SME Micro-Credit Lending Program beneficiaries for N100,000 and below can now process their loan with only two requirements:

  1. A Guarantors Cheque
  2. Remita Direct Debit Instruction

We have removed the need for beneficiaries with approvals from N100,000 and below to bring their repayment cheques.

Note: Other amounts will be reviewed for the same process shortly.

To apply, visit:

Or visit Enugu SME Center at No. 2a, Market Garden Avenue opposite SME roundabout along Ebeano Tunnel GRA, Enugu State for manual registration.

Terms and conditions apply.

Auto Revamp Training Program

‘Batch C’ on an 8 months Auto-Revamp Training Program

REGISTER NOW to join ‘Batch C’ on an 8 months Auto-Revamp Training Program under the ZERO interest Human Capital Development Loan (HCDL)…

Imagine for a moment that your name is ranked amongst top Automobile Experts in the next 3 years.

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Yes, it is very possible, and that is why we want you to REGISTER NOW at www.enugusmeautojobs.com to join ‘Batch C’ on an 8 months Auto-Revamp Training Program under the ZERO interest Human Capital Development Loan (HCDL),

Or Come to the Enugu SME Center at No. 2 Market Garden by SME roundabout, Opposite Ebeano Tunnel, for manual registration.

Please, read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and self guaranteeing process on the ZERO interest Human Capital Development Loan option here:

www.enugusmeautojobs.com/faq.html before you register.

And ensure you provide the necessary requirements during your application. Put your best foot forward during the course of training, so that you will be offered a job by Autoease and its partners.

GburuGburuIsSME #Enugusme #AITP #Gburusyouth #AutoEase #Enugujobs

Ndi E nugu

Ndi-Enugu: Registration for Enugu Skillers Associates

Ndi-Enugu! Do you know you can get paid from sharing your wealth of experience? If you are an expert in any of the listed fields below,

READ ALSO: SME: Gender Bias and Inequality taken Seriously?

Kindly register here: www.enuguskillers.com
To join the ENUGU SKILLERS ASSOCIATES (ESA) and be part of the Enugu Skillers Project under the ZERO interest Human Development Loans (HCDL)

Or visit ENUGU SME CENTER at No. 2 Market Garden Avenue by Ebeano Tunnel Round-about, GRA, Enugu.

Electrical Installation,
Drywall and Painting,
Solar –Inverter Installation & Maintenance,
Wallpaper Installation,
POP Installation and Wall Screeding
Concrete Construction Work, etc.


EnuguSkillUp #GburuGburuIsSME #Humancapital

Artisans #MSE #Smallbusiness

The building and construction industry is a fast-growing sector and one of the most important industries in the Nigerian economy, Over the last decade, several changes have occurred in Nigeria, which has helped all sectors of the economy, especially the building & construction sector. With double-digit growth rates in the last 3 years, the construction industry has outgrown all other sectors of the Nigerian economy. The Industry accounted for 4 percent of the Country’s total GDP of N27.22 trillion Naira in Q2 2017. Despite its impressive performance, the industry faces a significant number of challenges including the lack of local skilled labor. The Enugu state government is positioning Enugu youths to take advantage of the opportunity by equipping the youths with high demand skills in the construction industry to fill the skills gap and secure employment;

Enugu SME

SME Sensitization Tour’ at Osisatech Enugu

Representatives from the @Enugu SME Center (@enugusmeagency) and VFDbank ( @vbankng) paid a visit to the Osisatech Polytechnic on Thursday, 25th February 2021, where they spoke to the students at the Schools’ Auditorium about various opportunities being created for students in Enugu by the Enugu SME Center

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These opportunities includes access to Student loans such as the ongoing ‘Enugu SME Studentpreneur Loans’, and various Human Capital Development Programs being organised by the Enugu SME Center .

For the first time in history, Students that own small businesses in every Higher institution within the state can now apply for business loans under the Studentpreneur Loans at smevfdbank.com (link in bio)

READ ALSO: NBS, SMEDAN, to Confirm Number of MSMEs in Nigeria

Importantly, we also appreciate the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Enugu Chapter, for their dogged participation in facilitating a hitch-free student relationship for this project.

If you are a student of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can get loans to run your business while in school, and how to participate in our Human Capital Development Programs.

Be available at Prof. Julius Onah Auditorium, Agbani
by 12pm, today (Thursday, 4th March 2021) as representatives from the Enugu SME Centre and VFDbank will be there to teach you how to apply for SME Studentpreneur Loans at smevfdbank.com.

If you know somebody that knows somebody in ESUT, please tag them??

The SME Studentpreneur Loans is brought to you by the Enugu State Government.

Enugu Tech

Enugu Tech. Program Registration.

Do you know there is a 15% increase in the demand for employees with the technological skills, especially programmers, product designers and data analysts in 2021?


To help you stand out in the tech and entrepreneurial market,
@enugusmeagency in partnership with a leading Nigerian EduTech @Utiva has put together a program under the Human Capital Development Loan (HCDL) program called ‘Enugu Tech Program’, to teach Ndi-Enugu youths key technological skills in product design(UI/UX) and programming which will surely make you the most wanted employee in today’s job market.

To get started, register here: enugutech.com

Or come to the office at No.2 Market Garden Avenue by SME Roundabout, opposite Ebaeno Tunnel, for manual your registration.

Don’t miss this opportunity to rewrite your life’s story!!

See you in class soon!





COVID-19 Gov. Ugwuanyi grants relief, incentives to taxpayers

In furtherance of his administration’s efforts in cushioning the effect of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic on residents of Enugu State, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has granted tax relief and incentives to taxpayers in the state.

The governor’s decision was contained in a statement by the Chairman of the Enugu State Internal Revenue Service, Prince Emeka Odo.

Odo noted that “The Enugu State Government has since the inception of the current administration, in May 2015, waived the payment of Personal Income Tax as well as Market Tax, for all traders in the major markets of the state”.

The Chairman added that the waivers “which are part of the administration’s pro-poor policies” are still in force and will be sustained till the end of the tenure.

Other COVID-19 tax relief and incentives approved by Gov. Ugwuanyi, according to Odo, are as follows: “The deadline for the submission of Form A for employees and Annual Returns in accordance with Section 41 (3) and 81 (1-3) of the Personal Income Tax Act (PITA) 2011 as amended for companies and institutions operating in Enugu State has been extended to 30th July, 2020.

“A waiver of penalty and interest charged for late remittance of Pay As You Earn (PAYE) deductions is hereby granted from January to December 2020 for all sectors. A 50% discount on all assessed Capital Gains Tax (CGT) from now till December 2020. A 50% discount on all Personal Income Tax Assessment issued to owners of schools and hotels for Year 2020.

“A 50% discount on all assessed Land Use Charge payment for Year 2020. This discount will expire on 31st of December 2020. A waiver of penalty and interest on Land Use Charge for Years 2018 and 2019 once payment is made before December 2020”.

The Chairman stated that “all our esteemed taxpayers are encouraged to obtain their Enugu State Social Benefit Number (ESBN) as it remains the unique identity prerequisite for obtaining electronic Tax Clearance Certificate (e-TCC)”, stressing that “ESBN is free”.

He pointed out that “our liaison offices at Abuja and Lagos are open on a daily basis except weekends and public holidays for easier access to taxpayers” and went further to ask all taxpayers to “make their payments into any Commercial Bank with ENSG IGR Paydirect Platform”, warning: “You must not pay by cash to anyone”.

Enugu State is in the hands of God!