60 families of deceased NSCDC personnel get N200 million life insurance benefits

22/06/2022 11:39:00 PM

60 families of deceased NSCDC personnel get N200 million life insurance benefits

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60 families of deceased NSCDC personnel get N200 million life insurance benefits

Sixty families of deceased personnel of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, ( NSCDC ), on Wednesday, received over N200 million as life insurance

Distributing the money to the beneficiaries whose families died in active service in Abuja, Commandant General of the Corps, Dr. Ahmed Audi, said the 60 families were the first tranche of life insurance benefits rolled out, promising that the agency was working to ensure that all those that are entitled to such benefits are captured and attended to accordingly.

Audi disclosed that the roll out of the tranches of beneficiary covers as early as 2004 to date and as part of the agency’s drive to make welfare of officers a priority; and that every officer gets what is due to him or her.He said: “Today, we are celebrating our colleagues who died in the line of duty while serving meritoriously for years. Today, we recognize all the efforts they have put in while they were in service by giving their life insurances to their next of kin.

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Distributing the money to the beneficiaries whose families died in active service in Abuja, Commandant General of the Corps, Dr. Ahmed Audi, said the 60 families were the first tranche of life insurance benefits rolled out, promising that the agency was working to ensure that all those that are entitled to such benefits are captured and attended to accordingly. He said the report was an attempt to cast aspersion on the image and credibility of the Corps, warning those involved to desist from further maligning the agency. Audi disclosed that the roll out of the tranches of beneficiary covers as early as 2004 to date and as part of the agency’s drive to make welfare of officers a priority; and that every officer gets what is due to him or her. In a communique issued in Abuja yesterday, Audi said the personnel of the agency drafted to monitor the gubernatorial polls in Ekiti State arrested two persons, namely Tope Aderibigbe, also known as “Say War”, aged 36, in connection with thuggery and 42-year-old Mrs. He said: “Today, we are celebrating our colleagues who died in the line of duty while serving meritoriously for years. Oguntoyinbo Bilikisu for vote-buying. Today, we recognize all the efforts they have put in while they were in service by giving their life insurances to their next of kin. “He used to call me to his sitting room every time to do it,” she added.

“When I was first appointed, we took some giant steps, one of which is the prioritization of the welfare of our personnel in order to build their morale. MEANWHILE, the governor-elect in Ekiti State, Mr. MEANWHILE, the governor-elect in Ekiti State, Mr. We have realized that when you champion the welfare of staff and improve their living conditions, it will boost productivity and bring about good results.” Audi, while appreciating the federal government for supporting the corps by ensuring that the death insurance benefits are paid, advised beneficiaries to make good use of the sums received by investing wisely. Oyebanji, who spoke with newsmen after he was presented to President Muhammadu Buhari as winner of the Ekiti election by chairman of the APC, Abdullahi Adamu, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, said his victory came by dint of the hard-work carried out by the APC-led administration in the state, coupled with his campaigns backed by a more reasonable manifesto to the people. One of the beneficiaries, Ojo Olusegun, who took home N17 million as his late father’s life insurance, told journalists that the hope of many has been brought to life after seeing that others received the benefits of their loved ones. Also speaking, Adamu affirmed that the allegation of vote-buying was raised by the opposition elements that were losing at the polls. Related Topics: . RELATEDLY, Chairman, Southern Senators’ Forum and Chairman, Senate Committee on Judiciary, Human Rights and Legal Matters, Michael Opeyemi Bamidele, has congratulated Oyebanji for his victory at the polls. “When I probed her, she said, ‘it was Daddy Latifat that put his something to where I use to urinate’,” she said.