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Dangote names 120km refinery road after Wigwe

Billionaire businessman, Aliko Dangote, has named the 120km road leading to his refinery in Lagos after the late Herbert Wigwe, in recognition of his exceptional contributions to the project.

The announcement was made on Monday during a special event held at Eko Hotel, Lagos, titled ‘Celebrating Herbert Wigwe – A Professional Legacy.’

Dangote paid tribute to the former Chief Executive Officer of Access Holdings, highlighting Wigwe’s dedication and expertise.

“To immoratalise my beloved friend, my brother and mentee, I’ve actually decided to name our major refinery and petrochemical road out of the 120km road, the biggest road will now be named Herbert Wigwe.” Dangote said.

On February 9, Wigwe, his wife, Doreen; son Chizi; and a former Group Chairman of Nigerian Exchange Group, Abimbola Ogunbanjo, died in a helicopter crash that occurred near a border town between California and Nevada in the United States.

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