By; PETER NOSAKHARE, Kaduna
Insecurity problems in the country should not be left at the doorstep of government alone, and as such, the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) has decided to take it upon itself to come up with a pragmatic approach towards helping government in its search for solutions to these challenges.
This assurance was given by Chairman, Northern Area Committee of NCRIB, Alhaji M. A Abdulrauf at the 2nd Edition of the Northern Insurance Brokers Summit held at Asaa Pyramid, Kaduna.
According to him, the country is currently faced with a lot of security challenges and therefore, government needs contributions to finding solutions from professionals from relevant fields to come up with very robust ideas on how to tackle the menace.
“It is my belief that at the end of the summit, professionals and highly competent speakers from the relevant fields will have enlightened us on how to tackle this problem that is seriously affecting the fabrics of our country and its economy, because without security there’ll be no investments.”
Abdulrauf also intimated members that some of the issues that were contained in the 18-point communique that was issued at the end of the maiden edition of the summit in 2017, have been fully implemented while others are at various stages of implementation.
He also used the occasion to express his appreciation on the President and Chairman of the governing board of the council, Mr. Shola Tinubu for his sterling leadership qualities and for giving a new direction to the activities of the council both nationally and internationally.