The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) is a social health security system under the Universal Health Cover. Find out why you should consider the scheme
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A lot of times, we do not plan for inevitable health failures that arise. We honestly do not spend enough time talking about the importance of health insurance is in our lives. Inasmuch as we all positively except to be healthy most of the time, life is generally unpredictable. The older you get, the more […]
Health is wealth. We live in a world where most of the decisions you make, affect your health. You already know the state of the health care system in Nigeria. For instance, let’s say you have to perform surgery as soon as possible. Imagine not having enough funds to pay for the operation. This is […]
Simply put, it is mandatory. Asides the obvious reasons stated in this article, A travel insurance policy is a compulsory law upon travellers. There are cases where visas have been denied at the point of entry because travellers failed to show any form of travel insurance protection.
Insurance agents are middlemen between customers and insurance companies. They sell insurance policies to customers on behalf of their agency (the insurance company) they represent.
Reliance HMO uses software, data science and telemedicine to make health insurance affordable and comfortable to access.
Ever since its establishment, NEM Insurance PLC has contributed immensely towards the growth of the Insurance sector in Nigeria and uphold their promise of adding value to the interest of their stakeholders.
AIICO Insurance was founded in 1963. The company offers life insurance, health insurance, general insurance services.
AXA Mansard Insurance Plc. is a subsidiary of AXA Group, the global leader in insurance and asset management with over 166,000 employees. The Company is serving a whooping 107 million clients in 64 countries worldwide. The group is a conglomerate of businesses run independently and operating according to the laws and regulations of several different countries.
There are five main classes of insurance operation in Nigeria as approved by the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM). Every insurance company in Nigeria today is licensed by the regulatory body to operate under these divisions