Igbiti solicits partnership with NAIPCO to upscale growth of industry
The President/Chairman of Council, Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN), Edwin Igbiti, has called on the National Association of Insurance and Pension Correspondents (NAIPCO) to partner with the Institute to take then insuranceindustry to greater heights.
The CIIN boss made the call when the elected officers of the Association paid a courtesy visit to him in his office in Lagos.
He commended the Association for the support of the Institute and the insurance industry saying “I will like to seek your partnership for my successful tenure and reiterated the Institute’s commitment and support for the association.
He said “Permit me to equally seize this opportunity to congratulate the elected executive members of the association. This is a new dispensation for you and hope you will record huge success in your leadership and reportage of the insurance industry. We assure you of the Institute’s support throughout your administration.
The CIIN boss said “I specially appreciate you all for the massive coverage you gave my investiture ceremony which contributed to the success of my Investiture as the 51st President of the Institute, I am highly grateful”.
He drew attention of the association to the theme of his administration “Building Sustainable Legacy,” which focuses on three points agenda,- Digital of Institute’s operations; insurance awareness for all – grassroots, youths, insuring public and infrastructural development.
Igbiti said the choice of the theme was borne out of the need for continuity, to sustain and build on the works of the past leaders of the Institute, adding that this will ensure that despite current global uncertainties, the Institute will continue to meet the needs and aspirations of members.
Responding the chairperson of the association, Mrs. Nkechi Naeche Esezobor, congratulated the CIIN President on his inauguration as the 51st President of the Institute.
She, however, assured of the association’s continued support in the coverage of Institute’s activities, but called on the President to work for the welfare of our members to encourage us to do more for the Institute and industry.
She told the President to review the current media and publicity formula in the Institute to accommodate more members for the coverage of the Institute’s activities as this will give the Institute more mileage especially in your awareness drive to deepen insurance penetration in the country.