#PiusAdesanmi: Read professor’s tweet 12 days before ill fated Ethiopian plane crash

Twelve days before the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines crash, Pius Adesanmi celebrated his birthday and thanked God for sparing his life on Twitter.

He said God spared his life after he survived a near fatal accident that left him waking up in the dead of night, shivering and shaking because of nightmares as he relived the scene that nearly killed him.

This accident happened almost a year ago and Pius was grateful for his life and looked forward to 2019 being the year of drip drip drip good news in his life.

He wrote:

“Like I said, this birthday holds a special significance because I wasn’t meant to see it. Nearly a year later, I still wake up in the dead of night, shivering and shaking because of nightmares, reliving the scene that nearly took me, remembering those who didn’t make it.

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So, I thank you for all your kind words yesterday, whether here, in my inboxes, phone, on your own TLs. My spirit tells me that God spared me because He has decided that 2019 will be the year of drip drip drip of good news in my life.

And the year of drip drip drip of good news in your lives too. May we all be here to celebrate the drip drip drip of good news in our lives. Thank you. E seun gan ni o.”

Professor Pius Adesanmi was aboard the Ethiopia Airlines 737 MAX 8 that crashed on Sunday March 10, 2019 in Addis Ababa six minutes after take-off.

He was en route Nairobi as a participant at the ECOSOCC Meeting organised by the African Union.

Prof. Adesanmi is survived by a wife and two daughters.

Click here to see Professor Pius last post on Facebook few hours before the plane crash

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