Tuesday, April 8, 2008


Recently heard of a helath insurance programe run by a private firm here in Nigeria; heard it word of mouth. ifeyinwaodimegwu@bankphb.com. As a professional worker, insuring your health this way would help improve on your guaranteeing yourself quality health care as can be obtained overseas.

And if your employer offers same through its own clinic? I think this program has to be checked out all the same. Just do so.

Is this a problem? Maybe for you maybe for me but being one-sided, let's say it's for you with me in the set of you.

It would seem a problem if you doubt you'd always be ill or sick, so in your imagination, the *extras* on the premiums goes to the profit and loss account of the insuring medical firm. The profit side :).

Remember, life's not a game, nor is it a duel. Your health is precious and so is that of your loved ones. Think: if you pay not to fall ill, then the firm will be encouraged to make sure you don't fall ill. And if thousands of persons pay not to fall ill? Then the firm is in a business where it absolutely is assuming a monopoly. Imagine the benefits of that? Health care as if obtained overseas.

If everyone cooperates to pay the premium, they'll all cooperate to create a system second to none in the country, provided, a catch-22 here, the insuring medical firm, is committed with a management and leadership that is focused.

If you don't have money to pay for the premium like myself? Spread the word to those you think can. Write ifeyinwaodimegwu@bankphb.com if you think you care about your health.

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