National Insurance Commission, Naicom organised a two day retreat for financial journalists on Improving insurance access through market development and innovation in 2022 and beyond’ in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State
R- Mr AbdulRasaaq Salami, Assistant Director Communication of Naicom, Deputy Commissioner, Technical, Hon. Sabiu Abubakar; Mallam Adamu Bilanti, Director, Statistics and Mr Faruna Monday, Head of Audit of the Commission
R- Mrs Toyin Charles, Ag Director, Finance & Accounts; Dr Habita Amos, Director, Admin & Human Resources and Mr Pius Agboola, Director Inspectorate of the Commission;
Naicom management and journalists during a group photograph
Journalists paying attention
Akwa Ibom dancers at the closing dinner
L- Mr Adamu Bilanti, Director Statistics of the National Insurance Commission, Naicom; Deputy Commissioner for Insurance, Technical, Ho. Sabiu Sbubakat and Mr Pius Agboola, Director Inspectorate at the Retrate for Financial Journalists in Uyo, Akwa Ibom
By Favour Nnabugwu
The National Insurance Commission, Naicom, has reiterate it believe in the media with an expansion of the financial journalists to a retreat in Uyo, Akwa Ibom.
The Commissioner for Insurance NAICOM, Mr Sunday Thomas while declaring open the ongoing retreat for financial journalists, said the retreat was designed to interact with the media and intimate them with the developments in the insurance industry.
The two-day Retreat theme Improving Insurance Access Through Market Development and Innovation in 2022 an Beyond’ in Uyo, was to erase some of the negative opinions about insurance and propagate insurance.
Represented by the Deputy Commissioner, Technical NAICOM , Hon. Sabiu Abubakar explained that it became necessary to correct negative impressions about insurance industry through media while insurance is propagated to the world.
”As you are aware, this programme is designed to interact with you . To brief you of the developments in the industry. To brief you so that you will adequately inform others. And the whole effort is to disseminate to the public and the whole world the progress insurance industry has made”, he said