Herbert Wigwe, Business Mogul & Access Holdings CEO, Dies in helicopter Crash


Herbert Wigwe, the CEO of Access Holdings, one of Nigeria’s largest financial institutions, was killed in a helicopter crash in California on Friday. He was 57 years old.

Wigwe was on a business trip to California when the helicopter he was in crashed in Calabasas, California. The cause of the crash is still under investigation. Wigwe was a highly respected figure in the Nigerian business community. He was known for his innovative leadership and his commitment to growing the Nigerian economy. He was also a philanthropist, and he supported a number of charitable causes.

Wigwe’s death is a major loss for Nigeria. He was a visionary leader who had a profound impact on the country’s business landscape. He will be deeply missed.

In addition to Wigwe’s death, the helicopter crash also killed five other people. The identities of the other victims have not yet been released. The news of Wigwe’s death has sent shockwaves through Nigeria. Tributes have poured in from business leaders, politicians, and ordinary Nigerians.

“Herbert Wigwe was a giant of Nigerian business,” said President Muhammadu Buhari. “He will be remembered for his contributions to our economy and his commitment to our country.”

“Herbert was a friend and a mentor,” said Aliko Dangote, Africa’s richest man. “He will be deeply missed.”

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