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Namforce brings a new image to the public

THE Namibian Defence Force's insurance company Namforce has expanded, and now offers insurance services to civilians.

At the relaunch, defence minister Frans Kapofi said from its inception, the scheme was administered by various insurance companies until the force established a dedicated life insurance company licensed by the regulator in 2017 and has dutifully provided insurance cover to members of the armed forces since then.

Namforce managing director Martin Shaanika said through its partnerships, the company can now extend its services to the public.

“We found it fitting to celebrate once more this accomplishment to not only serve our main client, which is the Ministry of Defence, but also to extend our service offerings to each and every Namibian,” he said.

August26 Manufacturing managing director Ndapewa Hangula said by extending the initiative to all Namibians, Namforce allows growth within the economy.

The chairperson of Namforce, Marilyn Maurihungirire, cautioned the public that a re-brand exercise should not be seen as a cosmetic change but it should be felt through customer experience.

“A re-brand means nothing if the service does not live up to its core values. Customer centricity is what our brand revolves around and through our young, dynamic and professional team, I am sure that these values are instilled in the heart of Namforce,” she said.

She further indicated that Namforce would be offering life insurance, disability insurance, funeral insurance, credit life as well as savings and investments-related insurance.

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