Stakeholders in the capital market pay a visit to the families of Ogunbanjo and Wigwe


The Nigerian capital market community expressed condolences by visiting the families of the late Abimbola Ogunbanjo, former Chairman of the Nigerian Exchange Group, and Herbert Wigwe, the late Group Chief Executive Officer of Access Holdings. The tragic helicopter crash in the US claimed their lives.

A statement from the Nigerian Exchange Limited revealed that the delegation, led by NGX Group Chairman Dr Umaru Kwairanga, included representatives from the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers, Association of Dealing Houses of Nigeria, Central Securities Clearing System Plc, and NG Clearing, along with key stakeholders.

During the visit to Ogunbanjo’s home, Kwairanga highlighted the deceased’s impactful leadership in the capital market, emphasizing his kindness and humility.

Temi Popoola, the Group CEO-designate of NGX Group, acknowledged Ogunbanjo’s significant contributions to the Nigerian capital market.

At Wigwe’s parents’ home, Kwairanga stressed the importance of carrying on and actualizing the late Access Holdings GCEO’s dreams.

Aigboje Aig-Imokhuede, Chairman of Coronation Group, expressed gratitude for the acknowledgment of Wigwe’s contributions and pledged to uphold his legacy.

The outgoing Group CEO of NGX, Oscar Onyema, expressed deep sorrow, acknowledging the painful loss and offering condolences to the grieving family.


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