AADS Recruitment – Cbn aads website for Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme

CBN Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme AADS Recruitment Application Guide.

The AADS Recruitment refers to about 360,000 job opportunities to be created through the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme introduced by the Federal government of Nigeria and spear headed by the country’s apex bank, the Central Bank of Nigeria.

The CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele disclosed the operational framework for the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme at a recent stakeholders meeting.

AADS Recruitment 2018 CBN governor Godwin Emefiele

Objectives of the Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme.

The Cbn aads recruitment is aimed at engaging unemployed youths between the ages of 18 and 35.

A minimum of 10,000 youth interested in engaging in sustainable and profitable activities along the agriculture value chain in each state, would be employed and trained, the CBN governor explained.

How To Apply and Register for AADS Recruitment 2018.

The following is a registration guide for the Federal government of Nigeria CBN Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme AADS program.

The aads recruitment for over 360000 Agricultural job vacancies in 36 states of the federation is still in view. The official aads website portal for the application and recruitment is yet to be lunched, but information reaching us from an insider at the moment has it that the recruitment processes will officially commence before the end of first quater of the year.

So be sure to bookmark this page as we will be updating this post immediately new information is available.

General Requirements for Employment into the  Nigeria Accelerated Agricultural Development Scheme.

Since the aads nigeria job programme is in the form of a loan, the central bank of Nigeria requires that the following criterion be met by the applicants.

  1. Beneficiaries are NOT expected to come up with any physical collateral but they must be grouped into formally registered cooperatives and cross-guarantee each other.
  2. All loan beneficiaries must also have valid Bank Verification Numbers (BVN).
  3. The BVN will be registered on the National Collateral Registry and used to track repayments and also blacklist any defaulters.

    Further information on the AADS programme as provided by the CBN boos Mr. Emefiele includes that; It aims to reduce cost of production with availability of high quality inputs at competitive prices and lowering delivery cost of extension services.

It will also assist farmers in embracing modern farming practices, such as use of tractors and irrigation schemes.




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