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NICO Life and NICO Pension Staff Donate to Kondanani Childrens Home

NICO Life Insurance Company its subsidiary NICO Pension Services Company members of staff made a donation of assorted items to Kondanani Children’s home in Bvumbwe. The donation was made as a result of the staff members actions to live their values of professionalism and integrity and in a bid to give back to the community. The staff in the spirit of promoting their values, fine each other when one does not live up to their values such as being late to internal meetings or attending to phones during meetings. The funds raised from staff was used to purchase the various items that were donated on the day. The items that were handed over included maze flour, rice, cooking oil, washing powder and juice.

In her remarks, NICO Life Acting Business Development and Marketing Manager Nancy Bisika advised that the staff were all deeply moved and inspired with the children’s village hence the donation to encourage the kids to live by the values they are brought up with. Representing NICO Pension, Client Relationship Manager Stella Phanga said staff were eager to contribute to Kondanani Children’s Village being their partner. Speaking on behalf of Kondanani, Cherie advised she was happy to receive the timely gifts from NICO Life and Pension staff and was glad to hear how funds were raised. She thanked the team for the visit and was happy with the story behind the donation saying it will motivate the children to work hard and be disciplined and professional like NICO Life and Pensions staff.



NICO Donates to Chileka Police Station

NICO Life Insurance Company Limited has donated a color printer to Chileka Traffic Police Office in Blantyre after the company noted with concern that the station does not have a printer

Speaking during the handover presentation, NICO Life Acting Business Development and Marketing Manager Nancy Bisika said that the printer was donated in response to the Police Stations need. “We felt the donation of the printer is a necessary resource for the station considering that documents such as accident reports and files were being printed or copied at a private printing bureau. The printing and photocopy of items at another location could’ve created risk of compromising the security and privacy of the documents hence our donation. In addition we ensured that the type of printer we provide is multifunctional and easy to service”.

In her remarks, Chileka Police Station Officer in Charge Miss D. Lemani SACP said she was happy to receive the printer and that it will go a long was in addressing the day to day administrative duties of the station and that its importance cannot be over-emphasized.

NICO Life 2019 Tilinanu Golf Day

Lilongwe-based golfer Stafford Mpoola walked tall on the greens of Lilongwe Golf Club (LGC) on Saturday 7th September 2019 after beating a field of 112 golfers to win the NICO Life Insurance Company Limited Golf Tournament.

Mpoola had 38 points—17 front and 21 at the back— to count out closest challenger Mohammad SuhailKasmani to second position while Rashid ‘Rashy’ Gaffar was third on 37 points. Justin Mkandawire was nearest to the pin while Sean Raman had the longest drive.

In the ladies section, Cathy Wakadiwa-Matura was the champion after bagging 36 points, Immaculate Singano was second with 35 points while Bose Kampulutsa was third with 34 points. Sheila Chinkhandwe was nearest to the pin awhile Sandra Komakechi had the longest drive. The winners in men’s and women’s categories took home K150 000 shopping vouchers plus a trophy each.

In his speech Mpoola thanked NICO Life for sponsoring the tournament. “It was a great tournament. I enjoyed my golf though it was windy. I just played my usual golf and tried to enjoy it as much as I could. It’s great to have won against some of the best golfers in the land,” he said.

On her part, Wakadiwa-Matura said: “My playing partners were all men and I guess this encouraged me to play on their level. I am so happy to have won today. Many thanks to NICO Life.”

The tournament drew golfers from Blantyre, Lilongwe, Kasungu and Dwangwa.

NICO Life Chief Executive Officer Eric Chapola described the golf as a success. “The turnout was excellent. It was a full course.  Golf is a medium to associate with business captains. We believe now we have captured the Lilongwe market. It’s a development area for our business,” he said. Chapola also briefed golfers on new product Tilinanu Funeral Policy. “This is an individual policy which can be purchased by any eligible individual. The policy pays up to K1 million in case of death. The minimum premium is K800 per month. A member who buys this policy can add a spouse plus four children and also four parents plus six extended members,” he said.

NICO Life also donated K300 000 towards maintenance of the golf course.

LGC captain Brigadier General ChikunkhaSoko described the tournament as a big success.

NICO Life and NICO Pension Team Building Retreat

NICO Life and its subsidiary company NICO Pension held a team building retreat at College of Medicine on Saturday 13th July 2019

Speaking during his opening remarks, NICO Life and Pension Chief Executive Officer Eric Chapola was excited that the companies had the event and it was timely considering new staff joking and some leaving company so need to ensure team works well together.

The event started with remarks from CEO and then a game that tested many of the staff’s basic skills such as listening, responsiveness focusing on change management.

Speaking after the first game, NICO Life CEO advised they “Decided to use games to learn more about each other we have over 120 staff from all the offices in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu. The team building was set to be used to get staff to know each other and get closer together as a team in a fun atmosphere refreshed. The sessions have great impact as knowing each other helps makes processes faster and help others service stakeholders better. The team building will benefit staff and other stakeholders as they team will work better together, achieve set targets, obtain greater bonuses, shareholders to benefit from better team performance and customers will benefit superior customer service from the refreshed team. The Session will help to efforts done in first half of the year and ensure better results in the second half of the year.

Speaking on behalf of the staff who attended the function Finance Assistant Faith Ngwira said she was happy the company was having the team building retreat as it will allow teams to know each other better. It is also important considering office is our second home so need to learn more about office teams and the activities have shown we think different but we one company so we need to manage our relationships better for benefit of company.

The team building retreat was facilitated by F&N Business Consultants Ltd. The staff had a fun day interacting at the day

NICO Life and NICO Pension Commit MK3.3 million towards Stigma Tau Inter Conference

In a bid to ease the financial challenges towards hosting of the Malawi Sigma Tau International {STTI} conference, NICO Life Insurance and Pensions companies have jointly contributed MK 3.3 million to the Malawi College of Nursing for the course.

In an interview during the donation ceremony in Blantyre, NICO Life insurance Chief executive officer {CEO} Erick Chapola said the contribution was one of the corporate social responsibilities the company is undertaken in the country. “The country is facing so many challenges in the health sector. So we thought of taking this noble course towards helping the hosting of this forum so that the country can learn to offset the challenges from the research activities that these nurses have done in their respective countries,” said Chapola. Chapola added: “the country will fast develop economically if only the corporate world join together in helping one another. We benefit a lot from nurses; they are our partners in business. This gesture will also strengthen our relationship and promote our brand name.” Among others, Chapola says, the contribution was solely designated towards the procurement of the conference packages such as the bags.

Evelyn Chilemba, vice president for the worlds’ honorary society for the nurses, commended the companies for the kind gesture towards the conference. The jovial Chilemba also called upon the corporate world to emulate what the companies have done in as far as facilitating the hosting of the forum. “We are very thankful for this first kind of support from Nico. As KCN , we are geared to mobilize over MK 27 Million through participants registration fees and other sources but there is still a huge financial gap of Mk10 million of the total conference budget which needs to be filled, partly through financial assistance,” said Chilemba.

According to Chilemba, the conference is expected to draw a total of 400 participants from countries such as Malawi, Botswana, South Africa, Swaziland and United States of America among other confirmed countries. Kamuzu College of Nursing {KCN} will for the first this year, host the Malawi Sigma Theta Tau International {STTTI} conference at Bingu International convention Centre in Lilongwe from August 14 to 16.

STTTI is an honorary of society of nursing meaning its main purpose is to recognize colleagues’ academic and /or professional achievement.


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