March 1, 2024
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“I Took My Phone and Called the CEO Wigwe”: Man Shares His Last Encounter With Late Access Bank CEO

 

 

A Nigerian man has mourned the demise of Herbert Wigwe with a narration of his last call with him

 

 

 

The late Chief Executive Officer of Access Holdings Plc. died with his wife, son and three others in a helicopter crash in California, US

 

He shared how Wigwe came through for him on a fateful day he was at an Access Bank branch in Owerri to rectify an issue

 

 

Days after Herbert Wigwe’s demise in a helicopter crash, Chin Akano, a Nigerian man, has narrated how the late CEO came to his aid some weeks ago.

 

 

 

Akano shared his encounter while mourning the late CEO, who died in a helicopter crash in the US on Friday, February 9.

 

Akano’s last encounter with Herbert Wigwe

 

In a Facebook post on Sunday, Akano recalled how he had visited a branch of Access Bank in Owerri some weeks ago to revitalise a dormant account and got frustrated after being tossed around by the staff.

 

Akano said he got tired and called Wigwe on the phone. He noted that his issue was resolved seconds after his phone call with Wigwe.

 

According to him, all the staff were shaking and quaking. He mourned Wigwe’s passing, describing life as ‘near meaningless.’ He wrote:

 

“This life get as e be. 2-3weeks ago I was at an Access bank branch in Owerri to revitalise a dormant account and they were tossing me about.

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“Bring this, bring that. I got exasperated. I took my phone and called the CEO Wigwe and spoke to him. All the staff were shaking and quaking. Within seconds the branch manager was on hand to resolve all the issues.

 

“Within minutes. Today I read that he and his wife and son died in a helicopter crash in California. I have long made peace with the fact that this life is near meaningless. It’s vanity upon vanity. May the souls of the Wigwes find peace with their maker(s).”

 

People mourn Herbert Wigwe

 

Kelechi Chris Iheme said: “Life is worthless, you don’t know when you will lose it thus live the best of it when you can, touch as many lives as you can, enjoy yourself very well, take care of yourself, enjoy your wealth oh because when you die suddenly that wealth may be mismanaged.”

 

 

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“I Took My Phone and Called the CEO Wigwe”: Man Shares His Last Encounter With Late Access Bank CEO

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