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Agricultural Products

At Safeline we aim at helping our farmers have access to funds, agricultural tools and implements. All our agricultural loans are in compliance with the ACGS of the CBN and are fully insured with NAIC. Our products include: Safeline Farm Enrichment Loan
This product offers crop farmers, livestock farmers, arable farmers, plantation owners including subsistence farmers’ access to loans for their respective farming activities. read more>>

Capacity Building

Our bank also offers training and development programs to Small and Medium Entrepreneurs. We also help to finance training programs, courses, seminars and workshops for our clients towards improved and best practices in business.

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Laptop Lease

Product Features

  • 3rd generation Intel Core i3-3271U processor and 6GB DDR3 SDRAM
  • 750GB hard drive
  • Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and Bluetooth connectivity
  • HDMI, USB 2.0, and USB 3.0 ports
  • Pre-loaded with Windows 8 operating syste. read more>>

The Bank is overseen by a seven man Board of Directors led by the Corps Marshall and CEO of the FRSC.

Corps Marshal and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Road Safety Commission.
Osita Benjamin Chidoka is currently the corps Marshal and Chief Executive of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) as well as the President, Action Group, International Road Safety Organization.
Chidoka obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in management from the University of Nigeria Nsukka after which he proceeded to the School of Public Policy at  George Masson  University, USA. He also holds a Certificate in Global Strategy and Political Economy from Oxford University, UK and a Graduate Diploma in Maritime & Ports Management from the National University of Singapore.
During his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), he served at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) where he won an Award and subsequently secured automatic employment. In 1988, he contributed immensely to National Development through his services as the secretary to the National Committee for the visit of Pope John Paul 11 to Nigeria which earned him papal commendation.
In addition to the above, he was a Senior Adviser on Government and Business Relations, Mobil producing Nigeria. He had earlier served as Personal Assistant to the Minister of State in the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing and Personal Assistant to the Senior Adviser to the President on Legal Matters.
Chidoka is a member of the Committee for the Review of Abuja Master Plan; Team Leader, Committee For the drafting of the National Policy on Non- motorized Form of Transportation in Nigeria and was the Assistant Secretary, Committee for the 1999 Military to Civilian Handover, amongst others. 
Under his leadership, the Federal Road Safety Corps won the Prestigious Prince Michael International Award in 2008, attracted World Bank assistance in the Safe Corridor Project.

CIO & Director, Information, FRSC and Personal Assistant to the Corps Marshal/CEO, Federal Road Safety Commission.
Ms Janet Adepegba holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the University of Lagos and an MBA obtained from the Federal University of Technology, Akure. She has over 25 year’s vast experience in various aspects of IT management and development. Her IT career started in 1982 at Mobil Producing, Nigeria (a subsidiary of ExxonMobil), where she rose to the position of a Manager, Computer applications before she left in December 2006. She has been involved   in the design, development, implementation and distribution of various commercial and technical systems. She is experienced in software development, data management, project management, applications security and controls, change management, networking and communications, document management and archiving, disaster recovery and business continuity. She has attended various IT and managerial courses in Nigeria, United Kingdom and United States of America. She also worked with Polaris Digitech Nigeria limited as an IT consultant between January and June 2007.
Her consistency in business process Re-engineering serves as the major platform for her required services as resource person in her current position as Chief Information Officer/Director, IT at FRSC. Under her supervision FRSC has implemented a new payroll with full human resource functionality, commissioned the first call center for road crashes in Nigeria, installed 45 VSATs for FRSC  wide area network(WAN), implemented e-procurement, initiated process improvement for motor vehicles’ administration  and  driver’s  license scheme and initiated the implementation  of automated accounting system.

Director of Finance – Federal Road Safety Commission.
Ayodele Kayode Browne is a Member of the Federal Republic (MFR) and fellow of the National War College. These are honors accorded him for his meritorious and exemplary service to the upliftment of the Nation. He is currently the Assistant Corps Marshal (finance and accounts) of the Federal Road Safety Corps.
He attended Rutgers University, USA where he bagged a Bachelors of Arts (BA) degree in Geography and Mass Communication after which he obtained a master of science (M SC) in political science from the distinguished University of Ibadan.
Ayodele has over 31 years experience beginning as a purchasing Manager in instrument company Limited, USA; Advertisement Manager in Academy Press; and Art editor in Thisweek Magazine.
Between 1990 and 1993, he commenced his career as an FRSC official and occupied the position of Assistant Area Commander, Head Public Health Education Department. In this role he created and supervised multi-sectorial collaboration with various Public, Private, National and international Relevant organization on Development and implementation of Road Safety Strategies for Nigeria.
Between 1993- 1995, he assumed   the position of the Area Commander with the responsibility as overall commanding officer for three states of the Federation (Imo, Abia, and Enugu). Between the years 1999-1999 and 2000-2002, he was promoted to the position of Deputy Area Commander, Anambra State and Deputy Corps Commander.
Between 2002-2003, he served as the Corps Commander for three states, namely Kwara , Kogi and Ekiti where he implemented training courses for new recruits. Moving forward, he also assumed other positions including the positions of Assistant Corps Marshal (operations) wherein he created and developed 35 unit Commands with 10 new Roadside clinics.
Brown is currently the President, Association of Road Safety Auditors of Nigeria (ARAN) as well as a member, injury Prevention Initiative for Africa (IPIFA) and member National Association of Professional Transport Organizations (NAPTO).
In order to contribute to the safety of road users, he also served as a Board Member in Federal    Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) between 2001 and 2009 whilst he occupied the position of Chairman, FRSC/FERMA Collaborative Committee on Safety and Consultant, Road Safety in Africa, United Nations/World Health Organizations. As a reward for his hardwork and dedication, he was conferred the National honor of Member of the Federal Republic (MFR).

Head of department, planning, Federal Road Safety Commission.
Kenneth Chibueze Nwaegbe is currently the Assistant Corps Marshal, Planning, of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Nigeria.
Nwaegbe obtained BA (HONS) Geography from Panjab University, India after which he proceeded to M.S University Baroda, India to obtain the M.A (Geography) and Diploma in Transport Management from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.
Nwaegbe  started  off his career in 1989 as a Staff Officer Research, FRSC, Kaduna Zonal Command after which between 1990- 1993, he took up the position of Sector Commander, Benue State Command and Imo State respectively. Between 1996 and 2001, he was promoted to the Deputy Commandant, Traffic School (Police College Ikeja) at the FRSC HQ, Abuja Training Department.
Nwaegbe has attended numerous training courses including but not limited to medical first Aid Training Programme, Abuja (1988) International Conference on Road Traffic Accident in developing countries, Benin (1989), Weapon Handling Training Cadre (1993) and Research and Planning Techniques and Nigeria institute of social and Economic Research (NISER), Ibadan (1994).

Member FCDA Allocation Committee, Chairman and CEO, CONSUMER Investment Ltd and Montesin Limited
Mr. Uchendu Tochukwu is a trained and professional financial and banking expert. He holds bachelors and Masters degree in Economics and Finance. He worked with Savannah Bank and rose to the position of General Manager. He left Savannah Bank and worked with one of the leading Canadian Banks in Canadian before coming back to Nigeria in 2006. On return from Canada, he went into consultancy and private practice. He is currently the Chairman and CEO of Consumer Investment Limited and Montesin Limited. He also serves as a member of the FCDA Allocation Committee.

Mr. Mohammed Lateef is a former management member of the Federal Road Safety Commission. He served the organization meritoriously for over 16 years before retiring in 2010. He left the services of FRSC as an Assistant Corps Marshal. He also served as a secretary of the FRSC Cooperative Society Limited between 2003 and 2009. It was under his oversight of the FRSC Cooperative Society Limited that Safeline Microfinance Bank Limited was conceived and born. He is presently into Safety Security Management and runs his own outfit.