In today’s rapidly evolving economic landscape, the role of cooperative societies has never been more critical. That’s why we’re excited to announce our upcoming event, “Cooperative Society and Me – The Economic Importance of Cooperative Societies”, taking place virtually on Sunday, 30th July from 5-7 pm.
This event is designed to shed light on the benefits and economic significance of cooperative societies. We are fortunate to have an esteemed speaker, Muhammed S. Bello (MSB), who will share his valuable insights on the topic.
MSB is a Nigerian professional with a diverse background in Cooperative Management, Journalism, Industrial Relations, and InfoTech. He has held various positions, including being a Senior Officer in the Directorate of Cooperative Services, Lagos State, and a member of the Coop Investment Society. Currently, he serves as the National Coordinator of Cooperative and Labour Education Research Centre (CLERC), and the convener of the National Association of Housing Cooperatives (NAHCoops).
Over the years, MSB has conducted numerous lectures, authored over 20 books, and played a vital role in developing curricula and indigenous philosophies on cooperatives in Nigeria. His expertise and contributions have made him a prominent figure in the cooperative movement in Nigeria.
This event is a fantastic opportunity for individuals interested in cooperative societies, economic development, and community building. It’s a chance to learn from an expert in the field, ask questions, and network with like-minded individuals.
We believe that cooperative societies are a key driver of economic growth and social development. They promote the fullest participation in the economic and social development of all people, including women, youth, older persons, persons with disabilities, and indigenous peoples. They also contribute to sustainable development and the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals.
We invite you to join us in this enlightening event. Register now at Eventbrite and be part of the conversation that shapes our understanding of cooperative societies and their role in our economy.
We look forward to your participation!