Tochi Wigwe Faces Backlash At Father’s Funeral

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Tochi Wigwe, the eldest daughter of banking billionaire Herbert Wigwe, faced criticism on Twitter for her conduct during a memorial service for her father, mother, and brother who tragically lost their lives in a helicopter crash.

The incident that sparked controversy involved Tochi Wigwe allegedly failing to stand and greet Vice President Kashim Shettima, drawing ire from some social media users.

A Twitter user pointed out Tochi’s perceived lack of respect, citing a photo showing her receiving a handshake while seated, contrasting it with images of former Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and industrialist Aliko Dangote standing and shaking hands with Shettima at the same event.

The user criticized Tochi’s behavior, suggesting it reflected inadequate upbringing.

This criticism resonated beyond the initial tweet, with several Twitter users from the North also condemning Tochi’s actions, accusing her of disrespect and poor manners.

However, there were also voices defending Tochi, highlighting that grieving individuals may express their emotions differently and should not be judged harshly.

Social media reactions varied, with some users emphasizing empathy and understanding for Tochi’s loss, while others maintained that certain cultural norms regarding respect should be upheld.

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