Access Holdings CEO, Herbert Wigwe, his wife, and son are suspected to be among the six individuals on board a helicopter that crashed in the United States early Saturday Nigerian time, according to reports from The New York Times.
The crash occurred near the California-Nevada border, with no survivors located.
In a January 27, 2023 post, Wigwe advised followers on “Keeping the body active because a healthy body fuels a resilient mind… How did you kickstart your day?
The banker also admonished in a post on X saying extraordinary organizations, great leaders humbly acknowledge that wisdom is a collective journey.
“Let us cultivate a culture where learning is shared, and success is a team effort. How are you contributing to collective learning?” Wigwe said in a post on January 22 this year.
In another post he shared on January 15, Wigwe encouraged his followers to be very visionary.
He said, “Be a visionary at the helm wherever you find yourself, steering progress forward. With our collective vision and collaboration, we all can shape tomorrow’s progress for Africa.”
Check the post below
Today and always, let us remember that life is a precious gift – a chance to breathe, feel, love, experience and connect.
— Herbert Wigwe, C.F.R (@HerbertOWigwe) January 19, 2024