See Photos Of The billionaire Business Man, Willie Anumudu Who Was Laid To Rest Today
Jun. 26, 2020
The funeral of billionaire businessman and Chairman of Globe Motors, Willie Anumudu, is currently taking place in his family compound in Obilubi, Obazu Mbieri, Mbaitoli LGA of Imo State. Late Anumudu died on April 21, 2020. He is survived by his wife Nkiru, and 4 children including popular stylist, Ozinna Anumudu. He was 68 years old.
He was said to have suffered some health challenges and was tested for Coronavirus, which turned out to be negative. Sources said the Imo State-born business mogul was to be flown to Germany yesterday morning but died about 4:00 a.m. Willie, described as a “jolly good fellow”, was said to be everybody’s friend and a prominent Lagos socialite.
Chief Willie Anumudu is one of Nigeria’s biggest and foremost car dealers, and Chairman of Globe Motors. Globe Motors is an automobile dealership based in Lagos, Nigeria. Willy Anumudu founded the company in March 1984 when it was registered with a mission to transform the underserved Nigerian automobile industry. The company deals exclusively in brand new passenger and commercial vehicles. Its stable of brands comprises Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Hyundai and Higer. Over three decades later, Globe Motors surpassed its initial aspirations and the company continues to set the pace in the evolution of the country’s automobile sector. Globe Motors is in partnership with leading multinationals and several public sector institutions.
He was happily married to Nkiru, who was said to be away to London when his death occurred and their marriage is said to be blessed with four children – Uzoma, Enyinna, Zinna and Zikky
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