Cooperators Involvement and Satisfaction on Cooperative Society Housing Activities in Jos Plateau State, Nigeria

Aishatu Adamu Mazadu, Maryam Muhammad Salihu, Muhammad Usman Adekunle


This research aims to assess cooperators involvement and satisfaction with housing activities in Plateau State, Nigeria, to measure their degree of influence on housing activities. The study was based on various questionnaire survey methods conducted on institution-based cooperative societies engaged in suitable housing activities. The data was collected from Jos University Teaching Hospital JUTH multipurpose cooperative society cooperators and analysed using mean ranking descriptive statistical tools. Multiple regression was conducted. Regression model summary and the ANOVA result were obtained. The model produced an overall R-value of 0.421 and an R2-value of 0.177 with F-statistics of 32.685, which are significant as indicated by a p-value of 0.000. The two independent variables included in the study explain about 17.7 % of the variation in housing activities. This shows that both involvement and satisfaction of cooperators influenced housing activities. The study recommended that cooperators be more involved in all housing activities from the initial stage to the completion for a more positive outcome and ensure their utmost satisfaction based on their housing demand. This will motivate them and increase patronage of the cooperative society for their housing needs at all times.


involvement; satisfaction; cooperators; cooperative society; housing activities

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