Vice-Chancellor prof.kamau Ngamau Graces the Official Launch of the Hustler Fund!

The role of the Co-operative University of Kenya in shepherding the revitalization of the Cooperative movement continues to be evident. The Vice-Chancellor Prof Kamau Ngamau on 30th November attended the official launch of the Financial Inclusion Fund (Hustler Fund), at the invite of the Cabinet Secretary in charge of Cooperatives & MSME Development, Hon Simon Chelugui.

Far left,VC.Prof.Kamau Ngamau, Centre,chair of New KPCU Mr.Hassan Reche & right is MD of New KPCU Timothy Mirugi during the official launch of the Hustler Fund
The main vehicle that will channel the funds to the bottom is the Cooperative sector through societies. CUK, whose niche product is Cooperative Training, has been supporting the sector immensely over the years & is committed to continuing to do so, offering practical solutions affecting the sector & support the government’s Bottom Up Economic Agenda. To achieve this goal, CUK will continue to work closely with the Ministry & all players in the cooperative family.

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University bank accounts

All payments to the institution are payable to the Co-operative Bank of Kenya and Equity Bank Kenya
Co-operative Bank –Account No.01129062663600 (Karen Branch). The University does not accept cash payments
Equity Bank of Kenya-Account Number 1250277107862(Karen Supreme branch)

Mpesa payment option

Procedure for fee payment through M-Pesa:

  1. Go to M-Pesa;
  2. Select pay bill or pay with M-Pesa then pay bill;
  3. Enter business number 728176;
  4. Enter account number (e.g BCMC01/0001/2022);
  5. Enter amount;
  6. Enter your M-Pesa PIN;
  7. Confirm the details then press OK.

N/B: You’ll get 2 messages, 1 from M-Pesa and the other from cooperative bank of Kenya showing that your payment has gone through.

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