Priority Insurance Company Limited has awarded eight of it’s stakeholders who performed outstandingly in the year 2018.
The giant Insurance Company awarded the stakeholders with citations and other prizes to appreciate their performance over the years and also to encourage other stakeholders to pull their weight moving forward.
Out of the eight awardees, an Agent at the Weija DVLA, Mrs Esther N. Badu, was adjudged the overall winner of the Stakeholder Of the year 2018 at the Agent Excellence Awards (AEA).
She was given a citation and a Samsung washing machine to encourage her do more.
The 1st runner-up, Ms Rebecca Nketsiah, who is an agent at the 37 DVLA received an Air Condition and a citation while the 2nd runner-up, Mr Ernest Omanfo, an agent at Swedru also took home a 40 inch TV and a citation.
Mr Kofi Afari Mintah, one of the dedicated stakeholders was awarded a citation and a fridge.
An agent, Madam Joyce Ngoah received a citation and a table top stove to inspire her to do more.
Obed Badu-Boateng took home a citation and a rice cooker, Mr Kwabena Nkansah Simpeh also took home a citation and a blender while Maame Afua Kesse got a citation and a blender.
Speaking at the Agent Excellence Awards (AEA) 2018, the Managing Director of Priority Insurance Company Limited, Mr Matthew Kweku Aidoo noted that the company was doing well while its profits kept increasing yearly, attributing the company’s performance to the hard work and commitment of the agents and workers.
He also attributed their enormous performance to the company’s activeness in responding to claims made by customers when the need arise, stating that they were also available in almost all the regions across the country.
“We couldn’t have achieved our feats without our stakeholders, they are very hard working and at Priority, we take the insurance to the doorsteps of the customers instead of waiting for them to come to us. We also pay claims in time; We are everywhere, our products are well explained to customers as it is and also when you report claims we take it up right from there and therefore our customers are happy with our services,” he added.
Mr Aidoo thanked the agents for their contribution to the growth of the company, adding that, “We will continue to cherish, recognise and appreciate your efforts. Last Year, Elder Mintah did not win an award and he promised to win an award the next time awards are held. All those who did not win award should promise themselves of winning next year and it will come to pass.”
After receiving his award, Mr Kofi Afari Mintah thanked Priority for believing in him and working with him, while he encouraged his other colleagues to work hard for the growth of the company.
He assured the public of quality services calling on the public to insure all their properties and their life at Priority Insurance.
“It is time to contact Priority Insurance for all your insurance policies. and I ca assure you that whoever insures their properties at Priority will never regret,” he said.
Below is a video of the event:
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