Popular Nigerian-born Canadian scholar, Professor Pius Adesanmi’s and a retired ambassador, Abiodun Bashua have been confirmed to be among the 157 passengers onboard an Ethiopian airline that crashed with no survivor in the early hours of Sunday 10th March, 2019.
Adesanmi, who holds a Nigerian and Canadian passport hours before the plane which was bound for Nairobi, Kenya, took off and went down, posted a photo on Facebook from Addis Ababa Airport, Ethiopia.
He wrote; “, “If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me – Psalm 139:9-10.”
Aside from Ethiopians, there were nationals of Canada, China, Kenya and others aboard the airliner.
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From the incidence, Popular social media influencer, Kayode Ogundamisi, also expressed fears of Adesanmi’s demise.
He wrote, “I know you had issues boarding from Canada. May God give us that one slim chance that you missed the flight and you are still on your way and will soon call.”
Adesanmi, who was a Director at the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University, Canada, was a professor of English.
Adesanmi was a Nigerian- born Canadian professor, writer and literary critic, satirist, and columnist. He is the author of Naija No Dey Carry Last, a collection of satirical essays and many other journals.