Access Holdings CEO Herbert Wigwe, Wife, and Son Feared Dead in US Chopper Crash

Tragic Incident Involving Prominent Figures Shakes Business and Community Circles

Herbert Wigwe, the accomplished banker and CEO of Access Holdings Plc, is feared dead following a helicopter crash in the United States of America. According to reports, the incident occurred on Friday, February 9th.

Wigwe, along with five others, including his wife, son, and Abimbola Ogunbanjo, the Group Chairman of the Nigerian Exchange Group Plc (NGX Group), were onboard the helicopter when it crashed near the border between Nevada and California.

Confirmation of the incident came from the US Federal Aviation Administration on Saturday. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department also issued a statement, indicating that no survivors had been found thus far.

“We were made aware of a downed aircraft at approximately 10:12 p.m., on February 10, 2024. The scene of the crash was determined to be east of the 15-Freeway, near Halloran Springs Road,” the sheriff’s department stated.

While sources claim that all passengers onboard the crashed chopper were deceased, Pulse has been unable to independently verify this information at the time of this report.

This tragic event has sent shockwaves through both the business and local communities, highlighting the profound impact such incidents have on individuals and industries alike.

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