Insurance brokers, represented by the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB), have commended the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) for its efforts in reducing poverty and road risks in the country.

During a courtesy visit to the FRSC leadership in Abuja, Prince Babatunde Oguntade, the president of NCRIB, expressed appreciation for the FRSC’s role in minimizing deaths and injuries resulting from road accidents. He acknowledged the positive impact of FRSC activities in promoting better compliance with required automobile documentations, including third-party motor insurance, ultimately benefiting the insurance industry.

Oguntade urged the FRSC to support the enforcement of e-insurance certificates and assist in ensuring the validity, currency, and accuracy of critical details on the certificates. He emphasized the crucial role played by insurance brokers in ensuring that individuals and corporate entities receive optimal value from their insurance coverage.

The NCRIB president highlighted that those who encounter issues with their insurance often fail to engage the services of registered insurance brokers. In response, Victor Nwokolo, the Deputy Corps Marshal, Admin and Human Resources, standing in for the Corps Marshal Danda Ali Biu, commended the NCRIB and its members for providing essential insurance and risk management support to the FRSC.

Nwokolo assured that the Corps would intensify efforts against those who violate road regulations, aligning with the insurance industry’s objectives. He pledged collaboration with NCRIB on its planned public sector training initiative, emphasizing its potential to enhance the quality of manpower within the Corps.

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