As part of its passion to serve its numerous customers all the time, Staco Insurance Plc has opened another branch in Apapa, bringing the total branch network of the company to be 17.
The new branch which is located in the heart of Apapa and is expected to further enhance the business activities of the company in the Lagos Metropolis. Staco already has two branches in Victoria Island and Ikeja, apart from its head office which is located on the mainland, the company also has branches in most states in Nigeria.
Mr Sakiru Oyefeso Managing director of the company said the new branch was opened in order to cater for the insurance needs of the individuals and corporate bodies in Apapa area. Oyefeso went ahead to note that the opening of the branch is another way of fulfilling the companyâ€™s passion for high standards, he said it is an avenue for the company to meet the need of the people at the grass root. He noted that bringing insurance services closer to the people will help understand the importance of seeking protection of assets through insurance mechanism.
Oyefeso further affirms that Stacoâ€™s business strategy always inspires the company to find new ways and locations to bring world class insurance infinitely closer to insurable public, he emphasised that with the opening of the new office, individuals and corporate organisations in Apapa and environs are invited to take advantage of our passion and reach the high standards of their desires.
Staco Insurance boss reiterated that Staco Insuranceâ€™s penetrating strategy of grass root insurance policy is aimed at making sure everybody on the streets is insured; all cars and all houses are insured. This is to be buoyed by prompt payment of claims such that anyone who is Staco insured can sleep with two eyes closed.Â He added that the management of the company is determined to achieve its mission of being the first choice provider of superior financial services such that the delivery is of integral benefit to all our stakeholders by ensuring that branches are opened in most towns in Nigeria.