About Shared Facilities

The Shared Facilities scheme is a fall-out of the activities of the National MSME Clinics which was introduced to help improve engagements between government and MSMEs in the country. Over 1,500 micro, small and medium enterprises, MSMEs, are to benefit directly from the Nigerian government’s shared facility scheme. The project will provide MSMEs with affordable shared access to essential amenities such as power, high quality operating equipment, broadband connectivity as government works to reduce the cost of operation of these small businesses across the country. Two of the facilities have been established in Bauchi and Oyo state respectively to cater for the fashion industry, production of shea-butter, soap making and ground-oil milling.

Current Shared Facilities

Ibadan Shared Facility

Ibadan, Oyo

Scout Camp Market, Challenge, Ibadan

i. Shea Butter Processing
ii. Fashion

Bauchi Shared Facility


Industrial Layout, Jos road, Bauchi

i. Soap Making (Liquid & Hard Soap)
ii. Groundnut oil Milling (Production)

Upcoming Shared Facilities

Two other facilities are under construction in Lagos and Benue state and are expected to be ready before the end of 2020.

Other identified clusters included:

Zaki Bian, Benue State

Ikeja, Lagos State

Soba, Kaduna State

Ogbunike, Anambra State

Kugbo, Abuja FCT