NYIF YouTube Training Link | Nigeria Youth Investment Fund

Several applicants of the Nigeria Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) have been wondering where, and how their training will be carried out. Here we will show show the NYIF YouTube training link.

The Federal government of Nigeria through the body FMYSD, organized a program with the intention to promote the businesses of Nigerian youths within the age bracket of eighteen (18) to thirty-five (35) years.

Those that qualified for the next phase which is the training phase are being selected and invited for a special training.

The training is scheduled to be carried out on various social media platforms, however the most preferred platform is YouTube.

The name of the YouTube channel where the training will be done is “MindThe_GapNg’. Join the training below;

This training will be a five days training, as selected applicants will receive an SMS from the organizing body, telling them when to join the YouTube channel for the training process.

Applicants who do not like the NYIF YouTube training platform, should Click Here for other options.

After the training phase, the next stage will be the giving out of funds (disbursement). This makes the training a necessity for those who want to be among the lucky beneficiaries.

Note: The training process is free of charge, and no one is expected to pay for it. For those that are yet to receive the invitation message, panic not for the invitation process is still ongoing, and the training will last for more than a week. Although each invitee will have his/her training for just five (5) days, until all qualified applicants are trained.

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    • I received a message from nyif telling me congratulation that I am pre-qualified for the nyif loan, then when I was registering, I saw different email address in the portal and there is no way I can remove it and put my email address. Please sir can you help me and put my email address their so that I can receive message from the nyif and follow up.


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