NCRIB implores Christians to embrace insurance

Rev. Dr Taiye Jimoh of Surulere Baptist Church accepting a letter of Thanksgiving from the NCRIB delegation led by the President, the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, Mr. Rotimi Edu, mni (3rd Right), Vice President, Mrs Ekeoma Ezeibe; Deputy President, Mr Tunde Oguntade, Past President, Asiwaju (Dr) Michael Olawale-Cole and Executive Secretary/CEO, Mr Tope Adaramola (1st Left) after the 60th Anniversary Thanksgiving Service

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Chuks Udo Okonta

The Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) has utilised the avenue of it’s 60th Anniversary Thanksgiving held at the Surulere Baptist Church, Lagos to propagate insurance to Christian faithfuls.

Speaking at the event, the President of the Council, Rotimi Edu, mni, FCIB said, against noxious religious beliefs held by many Christians, Insurance stands as the main risk mitigating device against unforeseen circumstances which affect man on a daily basis.

Mr Edu who expressed knowledge about negative religious beliefs militating against the spread of insurance noted that most of such beliefs were misguided as insurance stands as the main avenue to safeguard peace of mind which is part of the assurance of faith for Christians.

President Edu opined that insurance could be fully maximised if only registered Insurance Brokers who are seasoned in risk management are engaged by would-be or existing insurance clients.

He stated that the NCRIB, which was Chartered by the NCRIB Act No 21 of 2003 remained the umbrella body that enforces ethics and professionalism amongst the Brokers with a view to positioning them to serve the insurance publics better.

Responding, the Pastor in Charge of the Church, Dr Taye Jimoh appreciated the NCRIB for creating enabling environment of sound and ethical practice by it’s members and offered intercessory prayers to the Council’s delegation.

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