African Alliance to Host NCRIB South-South Area Committee, Rewards Journalist
By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Winner of a raffle draw held when African Alliance Insurance Plc hosted the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) Members’ Evening in Lagos, Mr Bala Augie, has finally received his prize.
Mr Augie, a journalist in Nigeria, emerged the star prize winner of a year-long Term Assurance Plan during the raffle draw session of the programme.
During the presentation of the prize to him, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of African Alliance Insurance Plc, Mrs Joyce Ojemudia, charged him to be an ambassador of insurance in Nigeria.
“We are honoured to present this Term Assurance plan to you, one of our bestselling products which assures those you care for are not left in a lurch come what may.
“Consider this also as a token of our commitment to your craft and a promise to be your partner as you continue to deliver on your editorial duties.
“Though you had left before you were announced as the winner, for us as a firm that has been in the business of trust for some 62 years, we considered that a test of our professionalism and trust, hence the decision to do this at this time.
“Congratulations to you, we hope you would help us spread the gospel of insurance in general and African Alliance Insurance in particular,” she said.
In his response, Mr Augie thanked African Alliance Insurance for the kind gesture, saying, “I am happy to be the winner of this policy and it shows African Alliance is in the forefront of ensuring customers get proper and adequate coverage.
“I also commend the sincerity of the company as it continues to meet its obligations to policyholders even amidst a myriad of challenges. With excellent information channels that ensure people in the rural areas are aware of these products, African Alliance is pivotal to deepening insurance penetration in Nigeria.”
Meanwhile, the foremost life insurer will host NCRIB South-South Area Committee on March 9, 2022, at The Atrium in Port Harcourt, Rivers State in continuation of its Brokers Roadshow.
“This is a follow-up on the earlier hosting in Lagos in February and we look forward to having the members of the South-South Area Committee join us as we present our strategic plans towards being a most agreeable partner to them,” said Mr Bankole Banjo, the Brand, Media and Communications Manager, African Alliance Insurance Plc.
Incorporated in 1960 to transact life businesses in Nigeria, African Alliance Insurance Plc has been providing succour for individuals and aiding businesses across the country for over six decades. In the year 2021 alone, the firm paid out in excess of N7.56 billion genuine claims to her policyholders.