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This research work was systematically carried out especially to ferret out the roles of co-operatives societies in rural development a case study of Ojebe Ogene Local government development council.

In the first chapter, the research did the introduction by having overview of what co-operators should be in order to actualize their targeted goals and objectives. The chapter also highlights the following, the objectives, significance those who are likely to benefits from the study, there was a very good hypothesis tentative guess and definitions of important terminology used in the context.

Moreso, in chapter two, the  writer reviewed related literature “various authorities who has written  books presented seminar papers and other library materials.

Finally, the conclusion was properly conducted to find out the real hypothesis.


Title page

Approval page



Table of Content

List of Table


Chapter One

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Background of the study

1.2 Statement of the problem

1.3 Objective of the study

1.4 Research Hypothesis

1.5 Significance of the study

1.6 Scope of the study

1.7 Limitation of the study

1.8 Definition of the term

Chapter Two

2.0 Review of related literature

2.1 The contribution of co-operative societies towards the increase on capital development.

2.2 The important of finance in co-operative business.

2.3 The contribution of co-operative societies towards the output growth

2.4 Various source of finance for the co-operative societies

2.5 The problems of co-operative

Chapter Three

3.0 Research Design and Methodology

3.1 Sources  of data

3.2 Secondary data

3.3 Primary data

3.4 Instrumentation

3.5 Sample size

3.6 Sample procedure

3.7 Return of completed questionnaires

3.8 Method of analysis.

Chapter Four

4.0 Summary of findings, Conclusion, Recommendations

4.1 Summary of Findings

4.2 Conclusion

4.3 Recommendation




Table 1: Responses on the functions of the societies with response to increasing capital of members.

Table 2: Responses with regard to whether the co-operative provide infrastructural facilities to the members or the community.

Table 3: Responses production of enough food for the community.

Table 4A: Responses to the main source of finance to their society.

Table 4B: Responses on the major hindrance   in obtaining loan from the banks.

Table 4C:  Responses on other sources of finance to their co-operatives.

Table 4D: Responses on the most convenient source of finance.

Table 5A: Responses on factors determining  the effectiveness of their society.

Table 5B: Responses on how the society’s helps in education of members.

Table 5C: Responses on how their co-operatives are managed.

Table 5D: responses on how government control their societies.

Table 5E:   Responses on problems facing their co-operatives.

Table 5F: Responses on the turn-up rate to meeting.

Table 6A: Responses on installed facilities by their co-operative.

Table 6B:  Responses over the reliability of these installed facilities.

Table 7A: Responses to whether their co-operative trained manpower.

Table 7B: Responses on employment opportunities for member.

Table 7C: Responses to how employees enjoyed their jobs.

Table 8A: Responses  over how their co-operative education is organized.

Table 8B: Responses on officers involved in educating members.

Table 8C: Responses on how members were improved through co-operative education.

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