Managing Director of Enterprise Life Mrs. Jacqueline Benyi has urged Ghanaians living abroad to take advantage of the newly relaunched AkwantuPa policy to help organise a well-deserved funeral for their dead ones back home in Ghana.
Speaking at Enterprise Life Akwantupa Relaunch on Wednesday 23 June 2021 in Accra, Mrs. Jacqueline Benyi said: “We intend to support Ghanaians in the diaspora to give their dead ones deserved funerals. We want them to trust for real and true advantage”.
Mrs. Benyi noted that “Value is only created when it meets a need. This relaunch is to make AkwantuPa customer-centred “.
Established in 2017, and relaunched today, AkwantuPa policy is a cross-border product which includes funeral cover for family members, repatriation cover and when the unfortunate occurs, the dead ones are given well-deserved funerals under the policy.
In four years, the foremost insurer, Enterprise Life AkwantuPa solution has already paid over 1.2million Ghana Cedis claims to customers.
For his part, Deputy CEO of Enterprise Group Mr. Daniel Larbi has pledged that the company will live up to its commitments.
Mr. Larbi noted that “With AkwantuPa, we will honour claims, I want to see a vibrant AkwantuPa and I want to see AkwantuPa spreading to the Arab world and not only the US”.
The twenty-year-old foremost cross-border insurance product: Enterprise Life AkwantuPa is an affordable life-changing policy for Ghanaians abroad who enjoy death benefits, repatriation cover, and five benefit options from ten thousand to seventy thousand Cedis (GHC 10,000 to 70, 000).
The rests are accident benefits. Apart from that, the newly relaunched non-age-limit AkwantuPa policy is meant to cater for a befitting burial of dead ones back home in Ghana, the most crucial rite of passage under the Ghanaian heritage.
Contributing to the AkwantuPa discussion, Senior Manager In-charge of Alternate Channels at Enterprise Life Grace Arthur, said “All that I can say is that we are ready to receive your calls to address all your needs. AkwantuPa is meant to take away stress and the burden that comes with funerals after death.”
According to Madam Grace Arthur, “When accidents occur, Enterprise will be present to ensure our clients organize a befitting burial that gives peace of mind to customers living abroad, the upgrade of AkwantuPa is as a result of our constant listening to our customers.
This enables us to fashion out, adding new features, and reshape AkwantuPa to cater for our customer’s needs including the elimination of the age-limit barrier.”
Meanwhile, Deputy Commissioner of Insurance at National Insurance Commission Mr. Kofi Speaking on behalf of the Commissioner says a new Insurance Act has been passed coupled with other strategies to cause growth within the insurance industry.
According to him, “Enterprise Life remains the biggest insurance company in Ghana. We are glad that the company is reaching out to help those abroad by way of AkwantuPa policy.
Enterprise Life was the first to introduce bank assurance and let patronise the AkwantuPa policy. Befitting burial for our dead ones is biblical”.
Source: Jerry Akornor/capitalnewsonline.com
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