miLife Insurance and the Health Service Workers’ Union ( HSWU) have paid a claim of GHS40,000 to the family of David Komla Dotse, a Hospital Administrator at the Tema General Hospital, who recently passed away.
David Dotse contributed to the HSWU Heritage Cashback Plan, a life insurance policy developed by miLife in partnership with HSWU. The plan pays between GHS15,000 and GHS100,000 upon death and total permanent disability from accident and illness for all Health Workers who are registered on the policy.
Mr. Franklin Owusu Ansah, the General Secretary of HSWU, noted at the presentation in Accra that the initiative to partner miLife Insurance was to bring financial relief to their members in times of grief and provide some hope to the people who depend on them.
“We commend miLife for their swift response since this partnership commenced and entreat all our members to call 024 243 9999 to sign on to this policy for as little as GHS15” he said.
The General Manager in charge of Business Development at miLife Insurance, Benjamin Kwabena Nketsiah, said miLife insurance is focused on helping people build their dreams and thus considers every opportunity to pay claims as a way of upholding to that promise.
“miLife lives to pay claims and the business of Insurance companies is to do same. Ours is a journey to support individuals and families to build their dreams and this can only be achieved if we pay claims with ease.”
miLife focuses on providing simple, affordable and accessible life insurance products to Ghanaians. It partners with trade unions such as the Health Service Workers Union (HSWU) and the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) to provide tailor-made insurance solutions. The business also partners with telecoms (i.e. MTN MOMO and Vodafone Cash) to make insurance accessible to the mass market.