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Did Herbert Wigwe Foresee Death? Some Think So As Recent Post Resurfaces



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Did the late CEO of Access Holdings, Herbert Wigwe foresee his death just three weeks before he boarded the ill-fated helicopter that crashed in the California desert on Friday night?

Many believe so after digging up a recent post on X (Formerly Twitter) in which Herbert Wigwe charged his followers to remember life as a precious gift just 21 days before his death.

See the post below which was made on January 19, which was made just 22 days before the helicopter in which he was travelling with his wife, Chizoba, son, Chizi and friend, Abibombla Ogunbajo crashed in California.

Many have dug up the post to express fond memories of the banking whizkid who helped to forge three legendary banks in Nigeria, Intercontinental Bank, Diamond Bank and the old Access Bank into the formidable Access Holdings as it is now known.

AJE @Riddwane

An illustrious Nigerian and astute entrepreneur. You led a life full of impact and used your craft to rekindle the hope of a forward-looking generation. Your impacts won’t be forgotten. Good night, Herbert Wigwe. May God grant the Wigwes the fortitude in this moment of grief 

Kagha Uchenna (INVINCIBLE GIANTS) @Giantman01

“Let us number our days” This statement is deep. Only God knows when, where and how it will come. We’re closer to our de@th every second that passes by. Live your life like it’s your last day on earth and spread love. Rest on Mentor.

TipsyOdds @TipsyOdds

Life itself is unpredictable. Live every single day like it’s your last. Rest in peace Herbert Wigwe

Chigozirim Aliyu Emeakayi @GoziconC

Just few days ago, this man was with us. Today he is no more. I wanted to send My condolences to his family but his wife died with him. This is heartbreaking 

Dipo @DipoPopson

A colossal loss to the nation given what he has contributed to the human capital development in this country.

WakeUp! @Awoken9ijaYouth

Twenty-one days later…… only the creator knows tomorrow, but tomorrow will surely come and is no respecter of man.
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