Monday, 14 September 2015

Premium Pension seeks partnership with media to deepen awareness

Chuks Udo Okonta 

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Premium Pension Limited said it is fully prepared to collaborate with the media to advance awareness and developmental initiatives in the pension industry.

Its Managing Director Wilson Ideva, said this in Lagos, stressing that the firm will partner the media to beam searchlight on the State Governments that have not yet signed the Contributory Pension Scheme into Law thereby inhibiting the domestication of the scheme the States.

He noted that the firm will also partner the media seeks partnership are to further promote the workings and numerous advantages of the CPS especially now that it has been extended to the informal sector.

Ideva said the firm would like the partner to Highlight the companies, local or foreign and even multinationals that have failed to adopt the scheme, thereby endangering the future of the mostly Nigerian staff and educate intending retirees on the procedures and requirements for a seamless transition to retirement.


He maintained that the media is central to the success of the Contributory Pension Scheme, hence,  Premium Pension Limited is poised to continue with its collaboration with the media in the advancement of its objectives and those of the pension industry. 

He posited that the CPS requires increased public awareness drive to be able to further extend the gains of the industry.
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