Househelp Narrates How Konga Ex-CEO, Imudia Died

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The maid (name withheld) of the former Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian e-commerce giant, Konga, the late Nick Imudia, has provided more details about the death of the boss.

According to a close friend of the deceased who spoke on the condition of anonymity, the househelp said late Imudia called her a day earlier and handed her a piece of paper with five telephone numbers, including that of his brother in the US.

“She [househelp] said Nick told her to keep the numbers, that she would need them at the appropriate time. Thereafter, she said he went into the bathroom and heard the shower running, indicating that he was having a bath,” Late Imudia’s friend said according to Vanguard.

“She said after some time, she observed that the shower was still running and wondered what he could still be doing for so long. She knocked on the door, but there was no response and she left.

“Moments later, she said the private guard knocked on the door and informed her to come and see what had happened to Nick.

“She rushed downstairs and found him in a horrible state. Immediately, she rushed upstairs and still met the shower on. By the time she opened the door, she discovered there was nobody in there.”

Meanwhile, the family, according to the deceased’s friend, had requested the release of Imudia’s body for burial.

The family had ruled out suicide as the cause of his death, stating that he never showed any signs of stress and was never diagnosed as depressed before his tragic passing.

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