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NAIC to unveil insurance policy to tackle farmers-herdsmen clashes

The Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation (NAIC) says it will unveil some insurance products to address the loss of agricultural investments due to farmers and herdsmen clashes across the country.

NAIC to partner banks on agro risk management services

Joseph stated that “the deposit money banks and other financial institutions have been NAIC’s major distribution channels over the years, with the deposit money banks, as Credit Providers, and NAIC, as risk management service provider.”

NAIC to develop new insurance products to manage the risk of farmers

The Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation (NAIC) on Friday said it would develop new insurance products and services to minimise risks associated with the agricultural value chain.

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