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Gov Mbah Mourns Wigwe, Says Nigeria Lost a Corporate Titan
Late Herbert Wigwe

Gov Mbah Mourns Wigwe, Says Nigeria Lost a Corporate Titan


Governor of Enugu State, Dr. Peter Mbah, has joined other well-meaning Nigerians and world leaders in mourning the Co-founder and Group Chief Executive Officer of Access Holdings Plc, Herbert Wigwe; his wife, Chizoba; their son; and a former Group Chairman of Nigerian Exchange Group Plc, Abimbola Ogunbanjo, who died in an air crash in the United States at the weekend.

Mbah, who described Wigwe as a corporate titan, mourned the deaths as a monumental tragedy not only to Nigeria but also to the entire corporate world.


In a statement he personally signed on Sunday, the governor said: “This news comes with deep shock and rubs in, once again, the vanity of life.

“Wigwe was a brother, a team player, philanthropist, visionary, and thoroughbred professional, who distinguished himself in the banking industry and corporate world, rising through the ranks to become a pioneer and titan of our time as well as an entrepreneur of global repute and reach.

“This incident is, therefore, an unspeakable disaster and monumental tragedy, not only to Nigeria, but also to the entire corporate world.


“My heart goes out to his immediate family, relatives, the Access Holdings Plc family, corporate Nigeria, and indeed the nation over these grave losses. May God grant their souls eternal repose.”


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