Child Education in event of death of guardian cannot over emphasis – Says Mrs. Beetseh



By: Jonpaul Oshioke/Minna

The leader of the Nicon Insurance G-Student Welfare Scheme, Mrs. Helen Beetseh has said the continuity of the child education in the event of death of the named sponsor and guardian arising from accident, permanent total disability or natural death cannot over emphasis.

She stated this when the Scheme paid official visit to the Catholic Bishop of Minna, His Lordship Most Reverend Dr. Martin Igwemezie Uzoukwu in Minna Tuesday.

The leader of the delegation who expressed her joy on the warm welcome they received from his Lordship said the Scheme has taken a step ahead by given hope to less privileged students with their new product called the G-Scheme.

Mrs. Helen explained that the scheme can be taken for the benefit of one or more children under the sponsorship of parent or guardian in the school that has keyed into the scheme, saying the insurance is renewable annually and are of various categories.

She said for the scheme to reach its target of elevating the suffering of the beneficiaries and efficiently deliver on their promises, the company is in partnership with SPEEDY INSURANCE BROKERS LIMITED, saying Speedy is a leading international insurance Brokers in Nigeria and abroad.

“We have visited Kaduna and Jos archdioceses, Bauchi, Gboko, Makurdi, Lafia and Katsina Ala dioceses respectively.

“They intend to visit other dioceses in the region so that the juicy package will not be limited to a few” She said.

In his respond, His Lordship Most Reverend Dr. Martin Igwemezie Uzoukwu welcomed the Nicon Insurance G-Student Welfare Scheme delegates and advised them not to relent in their vision and mission in helping the less privileged.

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