Prudential Life Insurance Unveils Measures To Protect Customers And Ensure Continued Service In Response To COVID-19

In response to the unprecedented situation with coronavirus (COVID-19), Prudential Life Insurance Ghana is announcing a series of measures aimed at providing our customers with additional peace of mind and assurance that we will continue to provide the service they have come to expect from us, even with a lockdown.

Across the continent, where Prudential has a presence, we are:

Providing customers, staff, and agents with a range of additional COVID-19 insurance cover at no cost to themselves

Waiving ‘pandemic’ exclusions written into policy language.

Waiving waiting period on all policies if death is by COVID -19

Simplifying claims procedures and enabling claims to be made via WhatsApp
Setting up dedicated claims teams

Enabling customers to buy insurance without the need to meet face to face with an agent
Providing additional training and incentives to our agents to continue to provide advice and access to insurance at this time 

All of Prudential Life Insurance Ghana’s offices will be closed to the public for the duration of the lockdown. However, we recommend that all our customers use our remote/digital self-service channels itemized below:

Telephone:   0302 208 877

Email:     [email protected]

Facebook and Instagram:  @prulifegh

Website (live chat):

Short code (USSD): Dial *395*778# or 365*778# and follow the prompts to pay premiums, manage your account(s), make policy enquiries and request statements. Access this link for further details: 

Emmanuel Mokobi Aryee, CEO of Prudential Life Insurance Ghana said “We realize this is a worrying time for everyone and we want to reassure you that protecting the health and wellness of our customers, employees and partners is our primary concern.  At Prudential we have been delivering promises for over 170 years and this time period will be no different. I am proud of the measures we are announcing today and know that they will provide our customers with additional peace of mind. Let’s keep ourselves and each other safe.”