Eagle Search Services, others pledge to provide welfare schemes to Nigerians
Eagle Search Services Nigeria Limited, in partnership with Nem and Cornerstone Insurance, has pledged to provide social welfare schemes to all Nigerians.
The scheme, according to them, is designed to provide medical relief to the populace in the event of suffering domestic accidents, accidents at work, vehicular accidents, temporary or permanent disability and death resulting from accidents.
They added that the expansion of the insurance services would further boost economic security, create employment and develop new asset pools that can be invested in other ways to support economic development, and reduce high death rate.
Managing Director, Eagle Search Services, Olu Bamidele Ajanaku, stressed the need for people, especially those at the informal sector and those at the lower rung of the ladder, to have access to medical care through the scheme.
“With the enlargement of our activities to include provision of minimal medical assistance via our foundation, Eagle Search and Rescue Foundation, our Partners, the Association of Nigeria Private Medical Practitioners member hospitals, would have their hands full and this will definitely be a mutually beneficial relationship to all stakeholders.
“We are in the digital age. We have conceptualized this project to start and electronically online except when the subscribers have need to visit the hospitals for treatments.”
Our innovative approach is to engage POS operators and encourage many young people to sign up new electronic points where registration for this scheme could be undertaken,” Ajanaku said.
An insurance broker and a partner with the project, Dr Deji Bolusemihi, harped more on the importance of the scheme. He called on Nigerians to visit the company’s website to subscribe for the service for them to enjoy the medical entitlements and claims attached to the scheme.
“This is our new story, this is a project dear to our heart, a cause we have fervently committed our energy and resources to, a solution we have created for the people of the lower level and the informal sector so that by subscription, they are sure that they will get relief if they suffer accidents and also get minimal medical assistance when they fall sick,” Bolusemihi stated.