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    NAICOM to Ensure Prompt Payment of Flood Victims

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    By Tony Obiechina, Abuja

    The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) says it will ensure prompt payment of claims to flood victims across the country.

    The Commission which gave the assurance in Abuja on Saturday said it will ensure that Insurance companies promptly settle claims of the affected victims.

    Hundreds of lives and households properties estimated at billions of Naira have been lost to floods which ravaged various parts of the country in the past months.

    The situation has rendered several people homeless and farmlands washed away leading to some of the victims being quartered in refugee camps.

    “NAICOM sympathises with victims of recent flood disaster across the country and wants to assure all those insured against such misfortunes of the Commission’s commitment towards ensuring prompt settlement of their claims by insurance companies”, the statement added.

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