NCRIB laments on low acceptance of insurance in the North
Noting that the Emir of Kano was the third Nigerian to be conferred as Brand Ambassador of NCRIB, she said that Kano has significant historical and economic relevance in the nation, huge population, hospitality, and richness of culture and tradition. Jamb Results
While urging Traditional Rulers to enlighten the people on the importance of insurance, she stressed that embracing insurance is one of the ways of handling risk.
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TheGuardian reports that the representative of the Emir, Alhaji Babba Dagundi promised to use the Emir council’s position to assist the NCRIB in enlightening the people on the importance of insurance.
A campaign on insurance was also conducted on major motor parks in the Kano.
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