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NCRIB admits commissioner, others into fellowship

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The Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) has admitted the Executive Governor of Osun State, Gboyega Oyetola into the Society of Fellows of the council.
 
Also admitted into the Society of Fellows include the Commissioner for Insurance, Alhaji Mohammed Kari; NCRIB Vice President and Honourary Treasurer, Barrister Rotimi Eduand Mrs. Ekeoma Ezeibe respectively. 
 
The Society of Fellows is the Committee of all Fellows of the council, including some notable net worth individuals in the country and overseas and the admission of 17 new members brings the total number to 94 members. 
 
The admission was ratified at the board meeting of the council held in Lagos after the successful candidates scaled the hurdle for admission as stated in Section 6 (4a) of the NCRIB Act No. 21 of 2003.
 
President of the NCRIB, Shola Tinubu, disclosed that the new Fellows would be required to demonstrate high level of professionalism and assist in taking the broking profession to higher heights.He urged the new members to see their new status as opportunity to shun unethical practice and uphold the tenets of the profession at all time. 

A former Deputy Governor of Central Bank, Dr. Tunde Lemo, delivered the Fellows Day’s lecture, titled: “After Fellowship, What Next”. Tinubu, in his welcome speech, explained that the choice of Lemo was informed by the impeccable image and reputation he has earned for himself, both within and outside the shores of Nigeria as an economist.


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