A video has emerged online showing a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Bode George, making heavy allegations against the late CEO of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe.

The charges were reportedly laid hours before the news of Wigwe's tragic death broke.

Recall that Wigwe, alongside his wife and son, died in a helicopter crash on their way to watch the Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

Many respected personalities who shared their experiences of the deceased while mourning his loss spoke about his amazing contributions to the Nigerian banking sector.

However, in a recent video shared on TVC's YouTube page, George claimed that the deceased had skeletons in his closet.

According to the PDP boss, Wigwe and other Bank CEOs such as UBA CEO Tony Elumelu and former CBN governor Godwin Emefiele made billions from corruption in the Nigerian banking sector.

He claimed that dollars were given to the bank's CEOs every month, but they would use the money for personal profits.

The elder statesman alleged that Wigwe and his colleagues would sell the dollars to Aboki, BDC, black market and make billions of Naira in profit.

He noted that the dollars never reached the citizens who needed them.

Watch the video below,