SO SAD: Anenih’s son slumps, dies while playing lawn tennis (Read More)


​Eugene, a son of a former Peoples Democratic Party Board of Trustees Chairman, Chief Tony Anenih , has been reported dead .

It was gathered that Eugene slumped and died while playing lawn tennis on Sunday in a Lagos club . Medical sources linked his death to heart attack .

The death of Anenih ’ s son came less than a month after the deceased ’ s mother died in April .

Efforts to reach him for comments at about 8. 45 pm on Sunday were unsuccessful.

But a source close to the family confirmed the incident .

The source , however, declined to give details about the circumstances surrounding Eugene ’ s death.

When contacted , the Edo State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party , Chief Dan Orbih, who also confirmed the development , noted that the party would make an official statement soon .

“ The thing ( incident ) just happened . We will be making a statement , maybe , tomorrow , ” Orbih added .

The deceased was , until his death , the Managing Director /Chief Executive Officer of Nova Finance & Securities Limited .

He was formerly the Head of Corporate Finance and Treasury Operations at A and Hatman Ltd. before moving on to Nova Finance & Securities Limited as Chief Executive Officer .

He was an authorised Dealing Clerk of the Nigerian Stock Exchange and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers . Eugene holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biochemistry from the University of Benin.

He also attended the Programme for Management Development at Harvard , United States . He was an alumus of the Harvard business School.

He also attended several courses in capital Market Internationally including Capital Equity appraisals suite courses with the New York Institute of Finance , New York and Strategic valuations on equities with Euromoney .

source: punch and Sahara 




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