NEWS FLASH: Nigeria has technologies for post-harvest handlings, says NSPRI:The Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute (NSPRI) Ibadan center, has said Nigeria has environment-friendly patented technologies that can reduce post-harvest losses. Dr Grace Otitodun, the Zonal Coordinator of NSPRI, made the claim in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan on Wednesday.. Agric stakeholders laud CBN over slashed interest rate:Stakeholders in the agricultural sector have applauded the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) over the slashing of interest rates on intervention funds from nine to five per cent, saying the gestures will increase the incomes of many beneficiaries and scale up the wealth of many start-ups in the country. How agro processors can access finance with warehouse receipts system-NCX: The Managing Director of the Nigeria Commodity Exchange (NCE), Zaheera Bba-Ari has advocated the use of Warehouse Receipt System (WRs) in the trading of agricultural produce. Baba-Ari spoke in Lagos recently at the Nigeria Manufacturing and Equipment Expo, which was co-located with the 6th Nigerian Raw Materials Expo. AFEX to invest N2 trillion in agric sector growth: AFEX Commodities Exchange Nigeria has concluded plans to invest over N2 trillion to finance agricultural growth nationwide for the next five years. It also recorded about $50 million transactions in agriculture value chain to small holder farmers across 15 states in Nigeria.

Our Products and Services

  • Direct Credit Product

    Direct Credit Product (Small and Medium Enterprises).Developed to finance agricultural productions and agro-allied activities. Loan volume ranges from above N250,000.00.
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  • Large Credit Products

    Developed to finance large agricultural production and agro allied activities. Loan volume ranging from above 50 million to a maximum of 1 billion for a single obligor.
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  • Bank of Agriculture Nigeria - Building Communities and Empowering Youth into Agricultural Businesses

    Youth Agricultural Revolution In Nigeria (YARN)

    Developed to encourage Nigerian Youths to key into agriculture and take it as an investment or as a business.

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  • Grow And Earn More (GEM)

    Grow And Earn More (GEM):
    Developed to encourage Nigerian women to key into agriculture and take it as a business.

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  • On – Lending Credit Product

    This is a lending strategy through which the Bank partners with States, Local Governments, Agricultural Financing Agencies, NGOs, and Community Based Organisations.
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  • Agro-Processing Facility

    Agricultural Value Chain:To ensure National Food Security and reduce post-harvest losses, the Bank has developed a credit product known as “Agro-processing Facility”.
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  • Collaborations

    Establishment of formal relationship with a third party for the purpose of implementing agricultural credit projects jointly. A strategy which the Bank reaches the grassroots.
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  • Mechanization Service Provider Operators

    We intend to establish 80 Agricultural Hiring center nationwide. Each center will be equipped with 5 tractors along with other agricultural machineries .
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  • ABUJA

  • ADAMAWA

  • MINNA

  • PORT HARCOURT

  • TARABA

  • LAGOS

  • ILORIN

  • KANO

Why Choose BOA

At Bank of Agriculture, our Mission is to stimulate agriculture, improve lives and grow communities in Nigeria. It’s our mandate to provide agricultural credit facilities to support all agricultural value chain activities, provide non-agricultural micro credit, Savings mobilization, Capacity development through cooperative development of agricultural information system and provision of technical support and financial advisory services.

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