By MEIR team
Nigeria ranks fifth among nine insurance markets in Africa in terms of premiums in 2020 but came in last in terms of insurance penetration, according to the latest sigma report from Swiss Re.
The countries are: Egypt; Algeria; Morocco; Tunisia; Ghana; Ivory Coast; Kenya; Nigeria and South Africa.
Nigeria also showed the biggest decline in premium volume in 2020, as compared with 2019, with an inflation-adjusted negative growth rate of 14.8 per cent.
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Source: World insurance reports 2020, 2019, Swiss Re
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