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Insurance firm introduces campaign for low-income Nigerians

GOXI Micro Insurance Company

Premier micro insurance firm, GOXI Micro Insurance Company, has launched a micro insurance awareness campaign for Nigerians at the grass root tagged, “We Dey Your Back.”

The company said the campaign would last from December 13, 2021 to January 17, 2022.
Established with the vision of breaking the barriers of poverty and giving meaning to the life of its customers through innovative risk management solutions for low income Nigerians in rural and urban communities, GOXI Micro Insurance said it offered a bouquet of insurance cover for lives of its customers among whom were farmers, shop owners and assets.

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Speaking on the campaign, the company’s Chairman, Dr. Godwin Ehigiamusoe, noted that the campaign, “We Dey Your Back” aimed at helping Nigerians to have a sustainable future for their businesses and families.

“We are poised to deliver responsive insurance policies through flexible and innovative structures.“For us at GOXI Micro Insurance Company, we are ready to educate traders, farmers and other low income Nigerians on the various insurance policies that will insure them against all forms of risks, “Ehigiamusoe stated.

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Also speaking on the campaign initiative, the Managing Director, Mr. Shina Gbadegesin, said Goxi Micro-insurance was licensed to offer all forms of Life and Assets insurance and the company has creatively developed products that address the need of Nigerians.

According to him, some of these includes GOXI Micro Protection which helps to repay loans or debts due to unforeseen events and extras to help them quickly return to business; GOXI Micro Business which helps to fund businesses when goods get damaged by fire, theft or burglary.

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He said these products make provision for alternative rent for business and GOXI Cooperative Welfare scheme designed to address welfare of members of association, groups, family and medical treatment expenses in the event of accident or permanent disability.

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