FBN General Insurance gives one-month discount to Comprehensive Motor Insurance customers
FBN General Insurance, a subsidiary of FBN Insurance Limited, has announced a one-time one-month discount to all her Comprehensive Motor Insurance policy holders.
This discount was introduced to alleviate the pressures faced by clients with the imposed lockdown by the Federal Government due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Commenting on the company’s gesture, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Bode Opadokun, said that the initiative was aimed at providing financial relief to customers at renewal. He further stressed that the initiative is a one-month discount applicable to all one-year full Comprehensive Motor Insurance policies due for renewal between May 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021.
“Due to the lockdown, driving habits changed as many people stayed at home. As a result of this, risk exposure on motor vehicles were significantly reduced as frequency of usage was near zero. We are an organisation keen to satisfying and appreciating our clients. We have therefore introduced this discount to commend the efforts of our esteemed customers for adhering strictly to the lockdown guidelines as well as supporting the move of the Federal Government and health authorities to curb the spread of the dreaded virus. This offer is a one-off one-month discount for all our existing Comprehensive Motor Insurance clients only.” Opadokun said.
Prior to this initiative, the company, in collaboration with her parent company, FBN Insurance Limited, made a donation of a fully equipped ambulance to the Lagos State Government as well as food items to the needy in communities within Lagos, to cushion the effect of the pandemic and lockdown.
The company admonished all her customers and Nigerians to continue to adhere strictly to all precautionary measures specified by the Federal Government and health authorities following the easing of the lockdown. The company also promised to continue to support the Government’s efforts to contain the spread of the virus.