Days before popular Nigerian professor and columnist, Pius Adesanmi died alongside 149 passengers and eight crew members involved the Ethiopian Airliner plane crash, he shared some scary post on his social media pages showing that he may have predicted his death.
Both on his Twitter and Facebook pages, the celebrated columnist dropped some emotional messages which has since generated reactions from Nigerians.
Adesanmi, had on Saturday written an emotional message on his Facebook around 12pm.
The post taken from the Bible read; “If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost part of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me and your right hand shall hold me.”
Also, on Twitter, he shared his near fatal incident that almost took his life.
According to him the accident had happened nearly a year ago and a grateful Adesanmi was highly expectant of the year 2019 as a year of drip drip good news in his life before the tragedy that eventually took his life struck.
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.”
”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 Ethiopian airline flight ET302 which crashed on Sunday en route Nairobi from Addis Ababa.
He is survived by wife and two children.