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Former Konga CEO Nick Imudia Dies by Suicide

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Former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Konga, one of Nigeria’s prominent e-commerce companies, Mr. Nick Imudia, has reportedly taken his own life at his residence. The tragic incident is said to have occurred on the night of Tuesday, June 25, when Imudia allegedly ended his life by jumping from the balcony of his apartment in Lekki, Lagos.

According to sources, prior to the incident, Imudia was serving as the CEO of D.light, a leading company specializing in the distribution and financing of residential solar energy solutions and transformational household products. Reports suggest that before he made the fatal jump, Imudia contacted his brother, who resides in the United States, to provide detailed instructions on the allocation of his assets in case anything unfortunate happened to him.

It was further revealed that Imudia also reached out to his young daughter from a previous relationship. He reassured her that he would always be with her in spirit and that she could find comfort by looking at the sky, where he promised to be watching over her. This communication has left his friends, family, and colleagues in a state of shock and disbelief, as they struggle to comprehend why he would resort to such a drastic action. The exact reasons for his decision to end his life remain unclear.

Nick Imudia hailed from the Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State. He was previously married to the mother of his young daughter, who was also from the same local government area. However, their marriage eventually ended due to irreconcilable differences.

Before his tenure at Konga, Imudia had a distinguished career in various roles. He served as a regional director for TCL/Alcatel and held the position of General Manager/Managing Director for West and Central Africa at Microsoft Device and Services. His professional journey was marked by significant achievements and contributions to the technology and e-commerce sectors.

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