International Insurance Company (IIC) will on Wednesday 29th October 2008 commences grand style celebrations to mark its successful achievements since it started operations in Sierra Leone five years ago.
During a press briefing held on Friday 24th October 2008 at the ICC’s Bathurst Street Office in Freetown, the Chief Executive Officer cum Managing Director, Mr. Nduka O. Anyaso thanked the press and government of Sierra Leone for being corporative with his institution over the past years.
“The ICC is a certified, registered and licensed insurance company operating on insurance classes including fire, marine, motor and miscellaneous accidents (general accidents),” he explained, while adding that their objective is to excel in the provision of qualitative services and financial security for their clients both local and international, as well as firm commitment to prompt settlement of genuine claims.
Mr. Anyaso disclosed that to mark the successful five years existence of the institution, they will observe series of events including a public lecture on the topic: “Insurance as a catalyst for economic development,” on Wednesday 29th October 2008 at the British Council Hall in Freetown, to be followed by an anniversary dinner on Friday 31st October 2008 at the Country Lodge on Hill Station.
“His Excellency the President Ernest Bai Koroma will serve as a special guest of honour for the dinner,” he said, adding: “prior to that the company will on the same Friday hold a Muslim thanksgiving ‘jumat’ service at the Central Mosque in Freetown.
He intimated further that the company will also be holding its golf tournament on Saturday 1st November 2008 at the Freetown Golf Club while Sunday November 2 will climax the anniversary with a Christian thanksgiving service to be held at the Saint Augustine Anglican Church on Hill Station.
“The company will also be launching some new products during these celebrations,” he said, while adding that the ICC sponsored the recently concluded boxing competition as part of its corporate social responsibilities.
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