Charity Maduka Biography, Career, Net Worth, Death

Charity Maduka was a Nigerian industrialist and a businesswoman. She was born on the 15th of January, 1958, and hails from Anambra State.

She was the wife of Nigerian billionaire businessman, Cosmas Maduka and the co-founder of Coscharis Group.

Charity Maduka died on Saturday evening, Saturday 27, November 2021.

Profile Summary

Name Charity Nchedo Maduka
Date of Birth January 15, 1958
Age 63
Date of Death November 27, 2021
Nationality Nigerian
State of Origin Anambra State
Tribe Igbo
Religion Christian
Profession Businesswoman
Spouse Cosmas Maduka
Number of kids 5 (4 sons, 1 daughter)
Net Worth $300 million


Between 1979 and 1981, she attended Teachers’ Training College, Nsugbe in Anambra State.

Charity Maduka also attended Consertum Institute of Catering and Hotel Management, Idi-Araba, Lagos State from February to July 1983. She also attended various Leadership and Entrepreneurship training seminars/courses both home and abroad.


Before co-founding Coscharis Group with her husband, she was a professional teacher and a caterer.

From October to December 1981, she taught at Akamili Central School, Umudim – Nnewi. Between January 1982 to January 1983, she taught at Tolu Primary School III, Tolu Village, Ajeromi Ifelodun/Apapa, LGA, Lagos.

She then later co-founded the Coscharis Group with her husband, Cosmas Maduka. Charity Maduka was the Vice President of Coscharis Group.

She was the Executive Director of Coscharis Group, supervising the Administrative, Legal, Works / Maintenance, Export, Technologies teams of the organization between 1984 to 2003.

In 2005, Charity Maduka became the Executive Chairman and COO of Coscharis Beverages Limited and Coscharis Properties Limited respectively.


Personal Life

Charity Maduka is an Igbo woman. She was married to Nigerian billionaire businessman, Cosmas Maduka and their union is blessed with five children, four sons, and one daughter. They got married in 1978.

Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated at $300 million.


She died at about 8 pm on Saturday, November 28, 2021, at their country home of Umudim-Nkwa, Nnewi, a family source has disclosed.

Charity Maduka is said to have accompanied her husband to the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture in Umudike, Abia state, where he received an honorary degree, but soon began to complain of feeling uncomfortable after they arrived at their Nnewi country home.

Mrs. Charity Maduka’s cause of death borders on a long battle with an unidentified illness that kept her in and out of hospitals throughout the years.

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