African Alliance Insurance to host NCRIB abuja area committee

Foremost Life Insurer, African Alliance Insurance has announced plans to host the Abuja Area Committee of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB).

In a statement from the firm’s Brand, Media and Communications Manager, Bankole Banjo, the meeting will hold in Abuja on 29 July 2021. The meeting is an avenue for the top management of the company and the body of Brokers to further strengthen business relationships whilst discussing strategies to support the insurance industry’s growth in these uncertain times.

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Speaking about the meeting, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, African Alliance Insurance PLC, Joyce Ojemudia, reiterated the key place of collaboration between insurer and the Brokers: “Insurance is an essential need for everyone and we owe our teeming customers the very best of us which is why continuous, progressive collaboration between us and the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) is critical to offering best value. This meeting therefore is an opportunity for us to deepen our business relationship with brokers while aiding their growth as stakeholders in our industry. It is our mission to continue to put strategies in place for our business to remain relevant amongst the comity of insurers.”

The company’s Head, Corporate Marketing, Abuja/Northern Region, Amaka Okafor, added, “Our heritage is a fundamental part of our being which is why we appreciate our long-standing relationship with NCRIB and this event is one that I believe will cement that time-honored professional connection.”

The meeting will feature a special lecture on “Business Strategies in Uncertain Times: Way Forward for Brokers” to be delivered by leading Insurance expert and finance guru, Mr. Ekerete Ola Gam-Ikon. Recall that earlier in the year, African Alliance had hosted the first meeting of the general NCRIB in Lagos.


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