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Kano Govt. Gives Interest-Free Loan To Applicants

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Governor of Kano State, AbdullahiGanduje
Governor of Kano State, AbdullahiGanduje

Applicants in all the 44 Local Government Areas of Kano State are to benefit from a N2 billion interest-free loan to be given by the state government.

This is to alleviate the economic challenges people in the rural areas of the state are facing.

Commissioner of Finance,  Kabiru Dandago, stated this on Wednesday during a meeting with all micro finance Directors across the 44 Local Government councils.

Dandago said the loan is interest- free loan and all service charges will be settled by Kano state Government

Speaking, Chairman Board of Directors, Kano State Micro-finance Agency, KASMA, Mai Kano Rabiu said the loan should be seen as a desire for development not only for the beneficiaries but for Kano State in general.

He also urged the beneficiaries to be honest to avoid difficulties in repaying the loan.

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