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Herbert Why? You Told Me You’re Going For Board Meeting In London From Where You’ll Head To US- Otti

The Executive Governor of Abia state, Alex Otti has reacted after hearing about the death of the CEO of Access Holdings, Herbert Wigwe.

It is no longer news that Wigwe died alongside his wife and child in helicopter crash that happened in US.

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However, since the report of his death surfaced online, several Nigerians have been sending their condolences and have also been sharing the experiences they had with him.

In a post that Alex Otti made on his official X handle on Sunday, he mourned the death of the Access Holdings CEO. He said the last time they met, Herbert Wigwe told him he was going for a board meeting in London and he would he heading to the United States after the meeting.

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Alex Otti wrote on his page;

“Herbert why? Why? Why? You told me you were going for a board meeting in London from where you will head out to the US and return after a few days and immediately come to Abia to see me. So, what happened?”.

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