July 14, 2024

In her bid to continually strengthen her relationship with the elite broker’s body in Nigeria, the foremost life insurer, African Alliance Insurance Plc, has highlighted plans to host the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) in Lagos. The meeting, the first of three planned by the legacy insurer, will hold on February 22, 2022, at the NCRIB House, Yaba, Lagos.

In her statement, Joyce Ojemudia, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, African Alliance Insurance PLC emphasized the importance of the broker’s body in driving the sales and penetration of insurance in Nigeria. “As stakeholders in our industry, the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers has always been a delightful partner for us as a company. Over the years, we have built an excellent relationship with this elite body and we are proud to be hosting the first meeting in 2022, just as we did in 2021.” Ojemudia said.

Going further, Ojemudia, who also doubles as the President of the Professional Insurance Ladies Association, said “Ours is a mutually rewarding relationship and as a business, our goal is to improve on this with all our stakeholders whilst delivering best-in-class insurance services to all our policyholders. This is why we want to use this opportunity of hosting the Members’ Evening to bring the brokers up to speed with our business and identify better and fresher ways to collaborate this business year,” She concluded.

A special lecture is billed as a major highlight of the meeting while various side attractions including a raffle draw for all attendees where various prizes would be won is also part of the programme. The company is also scheduled to host both the South-South and Abuja Area Committees in Port Harcourt and Abuja respectively all within the first quarter of the year.

Incorporated in 1960 to transact life businesses in Nigeria, African Alliance Insurance PLC has grown in leaps and bounds while providing succour for individuals and aiding businesses across the country for over six decades.


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