Patrick K. Agyekum is CEO and Standard Secretary of the Ghana Bureau of the Ecowas Brown Card Insurance Scheme
The Govt Committee of the ECOWAS Brown Card Insurance coverage Scheme has declared 29th of May perhaps of every year as “ECOWAS Brown Card Day” to be celebrated in every single Member Condition.
The ECOWAS Brown Card Insurance coverage Plan Protocol was signed on May possibly 29, 1982, in Cotonou, Benin by ECOWAS Heads of State.
The Ghana Nationwide Bureau is scheduled to rejoice the “ECOWAS Brown Card Day” on Wednesday, May possibly 29, 2019, at the Trinity Corridor, M-Plaza Lodge, Roman Ridge, Accra, less than the theme: “The ECOWAS Brown Card Insurance coverage Scheme: A Catalyst for Trade Facilitation and Regional Integration”.
Commenting on the future Ecowas Brown Card Working day, the CEO and Typical Secretary of the Ghana Bureau of the Ecowas Brown Card Insurance policy Plan, Patrick K. Agyekum, stated that a variety of addresses shall be presented by main stakeholders of the Plan including the Commissioner of Insurance plan.
The unique Guest Speaker is the Minister of Overseas Affairs and Regional Integration. He additional that the Secretary Normal of the Council of Bureaux of ECOWAS Brown Card Insurance Plan in Togo, Mr Winfred Dodzih will also grace the event, as properly as CEOs of member coverage providers of the Brown Playing cards Plan. The Chairman of the function shall be Mr Emmanuel Baba Mahama, a seasoned Insurance company, Accountant and Corporate Governance Pro.
Mr Patrick Agyekum extra that the ECOWAS Brown Card Insurance policies Plan was set up by Protocol A/P1/5/82 in Cotonou to assist free movement of folks and products and providers across nationwide boundaries of ECOWAS member states. It serves as a widespread insurance address from 3rd Celebration liabilities that checking out motorists may perhaps incur while they travel throughout many nationwide boundaries of ECOWAS.
“The main goal of the Scheme is to promise to the victims of highway incidents prompt and honest compensation for fatalities, injuries and assets hurt induced by viewing motorists from ECOWAS Member States”, Mr Agyekum mentioned.