Ghana’s Co-operative Credit Union Association Chief


Nana Kwasi Agyepong, the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana’s Co-operative Credit Union Association (CUA) Limited has paid a courtesy call to the office of the Vice Chancellor in a bid to seek collaborations with The Co-operative University of Kenya. Nana expressed his hope that once the two institutions get into mutual working relationship, co-operatives not only in Ghana but the entire West Africa will reap big from Kenya’s best co-operative services and boost their productivity.

On his Part CUK’s Ag. Vice Chancellor Prof. Kamau Ngamau Earmarked the Commitment of The CUK to supporting growth of Co-operatives around the region and Africa. He called upon countries in need of a boost for Co-operative Education, Training, Research and Consultancy, CUK remains capable with adequate capacity for partnerships having had trained for various countries around Africa Including Uganda, Ethiopia, South Africa, Rwanda Among Others.

Present during the meeting was the University’s Deputy Vie Chancellor Academic Affairs Prof. Emily Akuno and the CUK’s Public Relations Officer Mwongela Mikwa and ACCOSCA’S Franklin Musumi.

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