NAICOM drums benefits of new vehicle third party premium in one-week Rivers State insurance education campaign

Salami addressing participants at the event.

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Chuks Udo Okonta

The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) is leveraging its ongoing one-week insurance education and sensitisation programmes in Portharcourt, Rivers State, to promote compulsory insurance, and drums benefits of recently approved vehicle third party insurance premium and claim regime.

Salami addressing participants and been supported by insurance practitioners at the event

The Head of Corporate Communications and Market Development, National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) Rasaaq Salami, told Inspenonline that the commission in collaboration with insurers; brokers; agents and members of Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN) in the state have being engaging staff of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in the state and other stakeholders such; as law enforcement agents, marketers and motorists.

Law enforcement agents at the event.

He noted that the one-week long event has being fruitful as the stakeholders had at different meetings held with them had robust interactions with members of NAICOM and insurance practitioners.

He noted that at the meetings with marketers, they have to shut down their shops to attend the session, adding that they were excited as they were given the privilege to asked all questions of interest to them.

Cross section of participants at the event.

He said motorists at the events were educated on the enormous benefits from the recently approved vehicle third party insurance premium and claims regime, stressing that having been educated the motorists expressed commitments to complying with the policy.

The NAICOM spokesman said the commission had extracted commitments from insurance practitioners that attended the meeting to ensure the stakeholders are fully served with insurance products and service.


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