Member of Parliament for Anyaa Sowutuom in the Greater Accra Region has advised all car owners and drivers to have genuine insurance policy to cover them in times of accident.
Hon. Dickson Adomako Kisi spoke at 2022 Ghana Insurance Awareness campaign which includes National Insurance Commission, National Safety Authority, National Insurance Association and other stakeholders.
He explained that, creating awareness is the major factor for this month as all these institutions have gathered here to compaign.
He stressed that, drivers and car owners should desist from fake insurance policy which will affect them in times of difficulties.
Head of Ghana insurance association, Dr. Kingsley Kwesi Cobbison also said, the area which the compaign has carried on, was well known accident territory, so with this privilege and opportunity, the association has to guild and advice all the residents in Sowutuom and it's environs to do insurance for their vehicles.
Therefore, they educate the general public on how to choose insurance policy.
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