Insurance brokers admit Lagos Gov, 42 others as fellows

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The Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) has enlarged its professional cadre with the admission of Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu and other 42 distinguished individuals as fellows

A statement by the Head, Corporate Communications, NCRIB, Dele Ayeleso, said the admission of Sanwo-Olu as well as his Enugu State counterpart, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi into the prestigious cadre of the Council as Honorary Fellows was in recognition of their pivotal role in the society as well as their support for professional bodies.

In the same vein, the Council admitted the Chairman, House Representative Committee on Insurance and Actuarial Matters, Hon Nwokocha Darlington and the Commissioner for Insurance, Sunday Thomas as Honourary Fellows.

Also admitted into the Fellowship cadre of the Council include thirty nine other professional members of the Council who have scaled the hurdles of clinching the highest professional cadre of the Council

The admission of the new Fellows at the Fellows Day/Induction held in Lagos amidst strict compliance with Covid-19 safety protocols swelled the number of Fellows of the Council to 139.

Speaking at the event, the Council’s President, Dr. (Mrs.) Bola Onigbogi enjoined the new Fellows to adhere to the ethical principles of the profession in order to protect the dignity of the professional body and rights of the insuring publics.

Mrs. Onigbogi urged them to ensure that appropriate ethical standards are being upheld at all time and they should remain good ambassadors of the insurance industry, particularly, the insurance broking profession.

According to her, admission into the prestigious cadre behooves on all admitted members the responsibilities to shun all vices that could bring the name of the Council in disrepute. She also enjoined them to participate in all the Council’s activities as membership of the Fellowship cadre are subject to review in accordance with the extant law that established the Council.

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