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JUST IN: Ex-Access Bank MD, Aig-Imoukhuede, loses mum

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JUST IN: Ex-Access Bank MD, Aig-Imoukhuede, loses mum



Former Managing Director of Access Bank, Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, lost his mum, Mrs Emily Okhergen Aig-Imoukhuede, on Wednesday morning.

The late educationist reportedly died in her Surrey, London, United Kingdom home.

A relative told WUZUPNIGERIA that ‘Mummy Aig’ as she was fondly called died at the age of 79.

“She lived a good life…diligently served God till the end, led her children to God and God said it’s time to come home to rest,” he remarked.

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Born on October 27, 1942, in Sabonggida-Ora, Owan West LGA, Edo State, Emily was educated at the Nigerian College of Arts, Science and Technology, Ibadan, 1959-1961, and University of Ibadan, 1961-1964.

She was a history teacher at St. Anne’s Secondary School, Ibadan, 1966.

Emily served as a member of the health care financial committee, Federal Ministry of Health; board member, National Universities Commission (NUC), 1986; Director, Nigeria Cargo Handling Company, 1987, President, National Council of Women’s Societies, NCWS, 1988 – 1993.

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The Nation reported that she also served in the Refining and Petro-Chemical Company Limited, 1989-93; Kaafee Enterprises Limited and Controls Majestic Securities Limited, 1993; and was the Honourable Secretary of State (junior Minister) for States and Local Government Affairs in 1993.

She is the author of The Seven Maidens and other Stories.

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The late Emily is survived by her husband, Frank Abiodun Aig-lmoukhuede and four children- Erekpitan Ola-Adisa, Aigboje, Kemi Balogun, and Aigbovbioise and grandchildren.

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