The Commissioner of Insurance, Miss Lydia Lariba Bawa, has expressed her appreciation to the Ghana Police for their support to the insurance industry over the years.
Miss Bawa said this when she paid a courtesy call on the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mr Mohammed Alhassan, to familiarise herself with the operations of the Ghana Police Service.
As the supervisory authority of the insurance industry, the National Insurance Commission (NIC) works hand-in-hand with law enforcement agencies such as the Ghana Police in many areas of its operations.
“The commission has and continues to rely heavily on the Ghana Police in terms of the enforcement of compulsory insurances such as motor and fire,” she said.
Miss Bawa called for deeper collaboration between the NIC and the Ghana Police in the years to come.
She mentioned the enforcement of the compulsory insurance of commercial buildings, including those under construction, as one of the areas that the NIC would be seeking to work closely with the Ghana Police.
The IGP assured the commissioner of the preparedness and commitment of the Ghana Police to support and cooperate with institutions such as the NIC to ensure compliance with the law.
He also solicited support from the insurance industry to enable them effectively perform their duty.
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