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NAICOM cancels registration of Standard Alliance Insurance, Niger Insurance, appoints liquidators

WorldStage Newsonline– The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) has cancelled certificates of registration of Standard Alliance Insurance Plc, RIC – 091 and Niger Insurance Plc,  RIC – 029 with effect from June 21.

A statement issued by Mr Rasaaq Salami, Head, Corporate Communications and Market Development of NAICOM said the Commission had appointed Sanya, Ogunkuade Esq of Plot 217, Upper Grace Plaza, Utako, Abuja as the liquidator for Niger Insurance Plc.

According to him, the Commission has also appointed Kehinde Aina, Esq, of Aina Blankson LP, 5/7, Ademola Street, Ikoyi, Lagos as the liquidator for Standard Alliance Insurance Plc.

He advised all stakeholders to forward their enquiries to the respective receiver/liquidator for each company for their necessary action.

Salami assured all stakeholders of the Commission’s readiness to ensure their safety and the protection of their investments.

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