Multi-Millionaire Sabir Tayub, 48, died in a car accident in Rugby, Warwickshire

Sabir Tayub, 48, Managing director of Nottingham-based storage giant Sert UK and the property investment company Sami Property Co Ltd died in a car crash after his Mercedez hit a tree near Rugby, Warwickshire, last Tuesday on November 15, 2016.

Mr Sabir Tayub was the son of Rashid Tayub, 66, who along with his brother, Aziz Tayub, set up Crown Crest food distribution which owns the national chain Poundstretcher. Both brothers arrived in the UK in 1970’s and opened their first corner shop in 1976 and now they are owner of budget chain Poundstretcher. Then they started cash and carry business which quickly expanded across the Midlands.

In 2015 Midlands Aziz Tayub was declared as 4th Asian Rich List with an estimated net worth of £200 million.

Friends and people who knew the deceased and family took social media to pay tribute to Sabir Tayub and to condole his family members. May his soul rest in peace and may Allah give him highest rank in Paradise and forgive his all sins.

Police officers are investigating the circumstances of the car crash, nyone with information can call Warwickshire Police on 101 quoting incident 187.