Vodafone Ghana Acquire Partnership Insurance For Vodafone Cash Agents

Vodafone Ghana, one of the leading Telecommunication Network has partnered Hollard Insurance, enabling them to unveil interesting services in the Mobile Money space in West Africa,

This partnership, for the first time, will enable Vodafone Cash agents to be insured against robbery and other scam activities which recently has been a major problem for them. And this rings a good news bell to the ears of both agents and customers across the country.

The Insurance cover which takes away a major pain point of agents is being fully funded by Vodafone Cash Ghana on behalf of its agents with the support of Hollard Ghana. Stating that, agents do not need to pay any monthly service fee in order to qualify for the Insurance Cover.

The Insurance Scheme has two packages, Money Insurance and Life Insurance. With the Money Insurance package, an agent is entitled to GHS 5,000 twice in a year, in case they fall victim to an uncalled for events such as robbery and scams.

The second package, which is the Life Assurance, offers an agent GHS 10,000, In case there is an unfortunate event leading to loss of life.

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Mr Martin Obeng-Agyei, Head of Vodafone Cash, at the launch said, ‘’ we are excited to introduce the laudable product for our agents. We do and we want them to confidently operate in a secured environment.’’


He added, ‘’ This unique product is also a direct response to calls from the Mobile Money Agents Association of Ghana (MMAAG) as well as other key stakeholders within the mobile money ecosystem.’’

Managing Director of Hollard Insurance, Daniel Boi Addo, said, ‘’ Hollard Ghana’s purpose is to enable more people to create and secure a better future.’’

We can all be a testimony to the fact that, since the introduction of Mobile Money service into the country, there has been a wholesome number of recorded robbery and scamming cases across the country.

In some cases, victims of such incidents are left wounded or in severe medical conditions and with the introduction of this partnership, we expect to move back to our safe, sound and well-assured transactions.

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