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Sad! Charity Maduka burial details released by family

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Sad! Charity Maduka burial details released by family

Mrs. Charity Maduka burial details have been released by the family, ENigeria Newspaper reports.

According to information obtained exclusively by ENigeria Newspaper, four days have been set aside for the burial activities, which will begin in January 2022.

On November 29th, 2021, the ENigeria Newspaper initially reported Charity Maduka’s death, stating that she died after a long illness that had kept her in and out of hospitals for years.

Mrs. Maduka reportedly accompanied her husband to Michael Okpara University, where he was awarded an honorary degree, and when they returned to their country home in Umudim-Nkwa, Nnewi, she started acting strangely and was sent to the hospital, where she died.

Mrs. Charity Maduka Burial details for  obtained by ENigeria Newspaper:

Sad! Charity Maduka burial details released by family

Charity Maduka burial detais

Night of Tributes: January 3rd, 2022, at Queen’s Park, Water Corporation Drive/Trinity Avenue, off Ligali Ayorinde, Victoria Island, (strictly by invitation).

Farewell Service: Local Christian Assembly, Lagos, 136 Lagos Street, Ebutte Meta, Lagos,  January 4th, 2022
Service of Songs: Maduka Residence, Coscharis Street, Umudimnkwa, Umudim, Nnewi, Anambra State, on January 6th, 2022.
Funeral Service: Maduka Residence, Coscharis Street, Umudimnkwa, Umudim, Nnewi, Anambra State.  January 7th, 2022.

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While alive, Charity Nchedo Maduka, who was married to https://zettamedia.id/ famed billionaire Cosmas Maduka and served as Vice President of their co-owned company, Coscharis Motors, was known to be a powerful pillar of support for her husband.

“The word Coscharis conjures up images of Cosmas and Charity. As a result, we both own the business because we founded it together.

She married me while I was riding a motorcycle. She was there for me when I needed her. So, whatever I make today, she will be my first employee, and she will be staying in the shop while I am in Japan. “When I sent a cargo of things, she sold them, and when I arrived, I collected the money and flew back to Japan the next day.”
Her older sister later joined her, and that’s how Cosmas Maduka, her husband, launched the firm.

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