Former Konga CEO, Imudia kills self, drops note for brother, daughter

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Nick Imudia, former Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian e-commerce giant Konga, has died by suicide on Tuesday, June 25.

Imudia, who was serving as the CEO of D.light, a leading residential solar energy solutions company, reportedly took his life in his Lekki, Lagos apartment.

According to reports, Imudia jumped from the balcony of his apartment late Tuesday night.
Before the tragic incident, he contacted his brother in the United States, giving instructions on how to distribute his wealth in the event of his death.

He also reached out to his young daughter from a previous relationship, assuring her that he would always be with her and that she could find him by looking at the sky.

The news has left his friends, family, and colleagues in shock, struggling to understand the reasons behind his decision to end his life.

Imudia, originally from Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, had previously been married to the mother of his daughter, who also hails from the same local government.

The marriage ended due to irreconcilable differences.

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