Former Konga CEO, Kιlls Self In Lagos Home, Police Reacts

Lekki, Lagos state – A former chief executive officer of Konga, Nick Imudia, has reportedly taken his life by jumping from the balcony of his apartment in the Lekki area of Lagos state.

It was gathered that the tragic incident happened on Tuesday evening, June 25.

The deceased hails from the Ika South local government area of Delta state.

As reported by The Nation, the deceased was said to have called his United States-based brother to give him instructions on how to distribute his wealth.

Imudia also called his young daughter to inform her that he would always be there for her.

The businessman’s friends, family and associates are still in shock as to what could have led to Imudia taking his life, The Punch reports.

The state Police public relations officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed the tragic incident on Thursday, June 27.

Hundeyin said:

“Yes, it is true. He committed the act on June 25.”

NATURENEX recalls that tragedy struck in Moshalashi Road, Egan, in the Igando area of Lagos state after a man took his life over house rent.

The deceased, who was identified as Baale or Radical killed himself over his inability to pay N60,000 house rent. Baale was confirmed dead in the hospital after drinking a poisonous substance suspected to be an insecticide.


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