Ogunbanjo’s family sues charter company over helicopter crash

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The family of the former Chairman of the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX) , late Abimbola Ogunbanjo has filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the U.S. helicopter company involved in the February crash that claimed his life.
Recall that the late Ogunbanjo was one of six people killed when the helicopter conveying the former CEO of Access Holdings, Herbert Wigwe, his wife, and their son went down near the California-Nevada border.
The Ogunbanjo family alleges in the lawsuit that the charter company, Orbic Air, should not have flown the helicopter due to hazardous weather conditions. The lawsuit claims Orbic Air disregarded a “wintry mix” of snow and rain in the Mojave Desert at the time of the crash .

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