Businesswoman, Judith Omonua, dies in Nigeria after her surgery was delayed due to the lockdown

Businesswoman, Judith Omonua, dies in Nigeria after her surgery was delayed due to the lockdown

Founder of the brand Ghunu Effect, Judith Omonua, popularly known as Ghunu, has died after a heart failure.

According to her sister, she was supposed to undergo a heart pace maker surgery abroad but due to the lockdown, she couldn't travel for the surgery.

Judith, 24, is the founder of the brand Ghunu Effect. She kept working and responding to clients' requests even from her sick bed. As a result, her death on Monday, April 27, came as a shock to satisfied clients who had no idea that she was ill because it didn't reflect in her work ethics.

Instagram and Twitter users have mourned her while posting tributes.

And her photos were shared on her page with a heart felt tribute, saying;

"TRIBUTE TO JUDITH IKHENOSEN OMONUA AKA NUNU, CEO GHUNU EFFCECT
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Judith Omonua was born on 18th September 1995 in Warri, Delta state to the Bright and Mercy Omonua family; she was the seventh and last child.
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Judith attended her nursery school at Christ the King group of schools, and started her primary education at Picfleur Montessori High school and later went on to finish her primary and secondary education at Seat of Wisdom, Warri in 2012.
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Judith attended Covenant University from 2012 to 2017 and studied political science, while in school she attend @angiezglam beauty academy and trained as a makeup artist with special interest in FX makeup. Angel Williams took special interest in Judith and the maintained a strong bond till her time of death. Judith registered her company as Ghunueffect Multilinks Limited with her mother (Mercy Eniye Omonua), sister in law (Mercy Akoji Omonua) and older sister (Obehi Omonua also the Manager) in 2016.
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Judith relocated to Lagos in 2015 and stayed with Pst Mercy Oyakhilomen where she developed special bond with the whole family. Upon graduation in 2017 Judith remained in Lagos aat right in Pst Mercy Oyakhilkomen's kitchen with #3000 and @sisterwisdom as her guide launched Ghunueffect skin care brand after instructing her Manager (Obehi Omonua) to empty her company account as a seed to @pastormartinsomonua ministry.
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Judith judiciously grew her business empire to a six figure business and has customers across 6 continents, two office locations, with ten staffs, and several distributors. She pioneered the use rose water and turmeric as beauty regime in the Nigerian beauty industry. She was very popular for her DIY for skin care therapy, an excellent researcher and well knowledgeable in organic ingredients.
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Judith was a visionary young lady, very determined and driven, very focused, a very graceful young lady, an epitome of beauty, beautiful on the inside and a beauty queen on the outside, very God fearing, loyal and supportive to all her family and friends, she single handed changed the financial status of her siblings."

Below is a statement from her sister explaining how she died.

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