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Mutual Benefits Celebrates 23rd Anniversary With Thanksgiving* Optimistic Of 2019

L-R: Managing Director, Mutual Benefit, Niger Republic, Abdoulaye M. Traore; wife of MD, Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc, Mrs Modupe Omosehin; Chairman, Mutual Benefits Group, Dr. Akin Ogunbiyi; his wife, Dotun; Managing Director/CEO, Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc, Mr. Segun Omosehin; wife of MD, Mutual Benefits Life Assurance Ltd, Mrs Adebowale Asenuga; her husband, Mr Femi Asenuga, and Biyi Ashiru-Mobolaji, Executive Director, Operations, Mutual Benefits, during the Mutual Benefits’ 23rd annual thanksgiving service held at the Haven Hall, Ikeja , Lagos on Saturday.

 

The board and management of Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc yesterday celebrated the 23rd thanksgiving service to give praise to God as leading light for the success of the company.
The Group Chairman, Akin Ogunbiyi, while addressing guests at the service in
Lagos attributed the success of the company to the act of thanksgiving to God, saying ” it is the grace of God that has sustained the company till date, we have no power of our own.”

“Starting the year with a thanksgiving service like this has always been awesome for us. This is the 23rd we are doing in the series. Since the company started, we have been given reverence to God because it is God that has given us the grace.”

L-R: Managing Director/CEO, Mutual Benefits Life Assurance Ltd, Mr. Femi Asenuga; his wife, Debo; Chairman, Mutual Benefits Group, Dr. Akin Ogunbiyi; Renowned cleric and outgoing General Evangelist, Christ Apostolic Church (C.A.C,), Prophet Dr. Samuel Kayode Abiara; his wife, Grace Abiara; wife of Chairman, Mutual Benefit, Mrs. Dotun Akinbiyi; Managing Director/CEO, Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc, Mr. Segun Omosehin; his wife, Modupe, during the Mutual Benefits’ 23rd annual thanksgiving service held at the Haven Hall, Ikeja , Lagos on Saturday.

He cited a passage in the Holy Bible which reads “God inhabits in the praise of his people”, adding that if you know how to pray it is good enough, God answers prayers but praise moves God.

MUTUAL Choir in a rendition, during the Mutual Benefits’ 23rd annual thanksgiving service held at the Haven Hall, Ikeja , Lagos on Saturday.

He was optimistic that,  as they have praise, danced and rolled before God, certainly, surely God will be with us in 2019.

Speaking on the Long Service Award, the chairman noted that all the awardees have in the time past distinguished themselves in the company, advising other staffs against jumping from one place to another noting that  “a Rolling Stone gathers no mouse”.

“For them to remain in the company means they are productive, we have a policy in Mutual Benefit, if you don’t get promoted from one level to another within 3 years, we just give you one year grace then we booth you out.”

The Mutual Benefits boss added that  the company is set to be the most profitable company in Nigeria, a preferred insurance company operating on basis of professionalism, ethical practice with the fear of God.

Also speaking, the retired General Evangelist of Christ Apostolic Church (CAC),  Prophet Dr S. K Abiara, who delivered  the sermon, urged Nigerians to be at rest, as the forthcoming elections will be a peaceful one.

“Don’t listen to prophesy of doom,  don’t run away,  the future of Nigeria is good, keep your mind at rest.”

He admonished Nigerians to be grateful to God in good and bad times “Because the chairman thanks God annually,  this company soar higher and higher and it’s located all over the country, the country has faced so many challenges but God has been keeping this company strong.”

The 23rd Thanksgiving Service, also saw some staffs of the company who had served and added value to the company within 15 years being presented with awards  while its Executive Director Operations, Technical and Marketing & Distribution Channels, Mr. Adebiyi Ashiru-Mobolaji was awarded for a productive 20 years with the company.

 

 

 

 

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