Late Access Bank CEO, Herbert Wigwe Built State-Of-Art Private Tomb Before Death Struck – Source Reveals


Before his tragic death, billionaire business mogul and former Chief Executive Officer of Access Holdings, Dr. Herbert Wigwe, reportedly constructed an elaborate private tomb for himself within his university, according to sources.SaharaReporters had reported that Wigwe who died in a helicopter crash in the United States alongside his wife and son would be buried on March 9, 2024 after a combined funeral service at the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Lion of Judah Parish, Isiokpo.As if he had a premonition of his tomorrow, Wigwe had already built a private tomb for himself within the massive expanse of the University environment.According to Vanguard, the mausoleum is a sight worthy of a billionaire; it is stamped with concrete walkway sandwiched by a green lush leads to the ecstatic final resting place of the Wigwes.Reports noted that three tombs had been constructed with state-of-the-art Italian Carara marble and finished up with a foreign granite galaxy.“Do not grief, for the joy of the Lord is your strength”, is an inscription embossed on the top corner of the composing mausoleum. The sight of the transparent private cemetery is a clear testament to the fact that Dr. Herbert Wigwe was not just rich while alive, he appears even richer in death.“He built this private cemetery before he started the university. His house here has been designed to have a special gate and walls separated from the university. I can tell you that he had a big vision. Very good vision and he was making efforts to ensure that those visions came to a reality. But what I cannot tell you right now is whether those visions will still be achieved,” one of the sources stated.

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