L- : Director General, Nigerian Insurers Association, (NIA), Mrs. Yetunde Ilori; President, Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, (NCRIB), Mr. Rotimi Edu,mni; Outgoing Chairman, NIA, Mr. Ganiu Musa; Incoming Chairman, NIA, Mr. Segun Omoshin; Executive Secretary/CEO, NCRIB, Mr. Tope Adaramola and Hon. Treasurer, NCRIB, Mr. Ayo Akande during a courtesy visit of NCRIB delegation to NIA
L – President, Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, Mr. Rotimi Edu, mni presenting the miniature of NCRIB 60th Anniversary Mascot to the outgoing Chairman, Nigerian Insurers Association, Mr. Ganiu Musa during a courtesy visit of NCRIB delegations to NIA, with them is the Executive Secretary/CEO, NCRIB, Mr. Tope Adaramola
By Favour Nnabugwu
The Nigerian Insurers Association, NIA and the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, NCRIB have tighten the bond between them to grow the insurance industry by accelerating its contribution to Nigeria Gross Domestic Product
This intention was expressed at the meeting of heads of the NCRIB led by its President, Mr. Rotimi Edu, mni when the Council’s delegation visited the NIA in Lagos in his speech, Mr. Rotimi Edu noted that the industry’s crave for cohesion and professionalism for effective services rendition to the public could only be achieved if Insurance Brokers who are members of the NCRIB accelerate their collaboration with Underwriters under the aegis of the NIA “Revitalisation of the various Joint and Technical Committees of the industry is being put at the front burner to facilitate effective sharing of information between our two unique professional divides in the industry”, Edu noted
The NCRIB President averred that the insurance industry operators should always see themselves as cooperators rather than competitors in order to project an acceptable front before the insuring public.
Earlier, the outgoing Chairman of the Nigerian Insurers Association, Mr. Ganiu Musa pledged the readiness of the NIA to cooperate with Insurance Brokers body to reenergize the Joint Technical Committee, noting that no effort should be spared in exchanging information with a view to making the industry vibrant and contribute to the national economy.