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Access Holdings Plc Finally Announces Wigwe’s Death

Access Holdings Plc, the parent company of Access Bank has formally announced the death of its CEO, Herbert Wigwe who reportedly died in a chopper mishap in the United States of America…

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Access Holdings, the parent company of Access Bank has formally announced the death of its CEO, Herbert Wigwe who reportedly died in a chopper mishap in the United States of America.

ENigeria News had earlier reported that Access Bank had begun counting its losses following the sudden demise of Herbert Wigwe whom a source in the bank acknowledges was the brain behind the upward trajectory recorded by the bank in recent times.

“Today, we bid farewell to a visionary leader, Herbert Wigwe, whose passion and unwavering commitment to excellence transformed Access into a global powerhouse.

“His legacy of excellence and compassion will continue to inspire us all.
Rest in peace, Herbert Wigwe. Your impact will forever be felt”, the bank wrote in a bridged tribute released by its official pages across social media platforms.

JUST IN: Wigwe’s PA, Olusola Faleye Escaped Helicopter Crash That Killed His Boss

New facts are now emerging on how Olusola Faleye, a Personal/Technical Assistant to the GMD at Access Bank Plc, Herbert Wigwe reportedly escaped the horrific helicopter crash that claimed the life of his boss.

Sources told ENigeria News that Olusola Faleye, a graduate of Mathematics from the Ahmadu Bello University whose name appeared on the flight manifest of the ill-fated, Orbic Air’s Eurocopter EC 13 chopper that reportedly crashed with five persons on board, escaped death by whiskers. READ FULL STORY HERE

Herbert Wigwe: The Untold But True Story Of Access Bank Ownership

Every year, Herbert Wigwe had this culture that he did not miss.

He was a big fan of the Super Bowl, the biggest sports ritual in America, and so he cleared his table to travel to California to watch a sport that helps him relax and rejuvenate and which he considers one of his guilty pleasures.

He left Nigeria on Wednesday and sadly, he would not be coming back again.

Let me digress.

In 2002, the late Herbert and his partner, Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, had a dream. To own a bank of their own

At that time, they were working for Guaranty Trust Bank as executive directors.

However, the boardroom politics of GTB were so intense and toxic that they knew they had to exit and do their own thing.

So they incubated and hatched a dream to buy a bank of their own.

Even when they did not have the resources to buy a bank, they were not discouraged; rather, they started looking for investors who could invest in their dream.

One of the investors they met who eventually bought into their dream was… READ FULL STORY

 

Source: ENigeria News

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