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Adeyinka Adekoya

7 May 2020
Underwriting firms in nation’s insurance industry have expressed readiness in offering health workers a 15 per cent discount on new policies taken up in 2020 to cushion financial hardships linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.
1 Aug 2019
The Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN) has elected the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Wapic Insurance Plc, Mrs. Adeyinka Adekoya...
2 Sep 2018
As part of plans to raise awareness for public safety, WAPIC Insurance Limited, has launched a campaign tagged, “Road Sense.” This campaign is a 3-month long safe road use awareness drive, sequel to their highly successful “Safety-on-wheels” event which was executed in partnership with the Nigeria Police Force....

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