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How I Nearly Died in Titanic submersible tragedy – Billionaire Ned Nwoko

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How I Nearly Died in Titanic submersible tragedy - Billionaire Ned Nwoko

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Ned Nwoko, a senator representing Delta North, recently mourned the loss of his close friend and business partner, Hamish Harding, who died in a submarine tragedy while on an expedition to visit the ruins of the Titanic ship.

Nwoko revealed that he was invited to join the trip but was unable to due to national duties.

He and Harding had previously embarked on a dangerous expedition to Southpole Antarctica together and were partners in various research projects, including the eradication of malaria in Africa.

Nwoko expressed his condolences to Harding’s family and noted that his recent inauguration as a senator prevented him from joining the ill-fated expedition.

He shared on his official Instagram account, “Nwoko shared, “I have lost a very dear friend and business partner, Captain Hermish Harding. We both went on a very dangerous expedition to Southpole Antarctica a few years back. He was a Gulfstream pilot who flew across the world in a record-breaking expedition by the Guinness world record for circumnavigation of the earth some years ago.

“He descended into the Mariana. He also invited me on his space shuttle last year and this very Titan ill-fated adventure but I was tied down with national duties. Above all, he was a partner on the various research into eradication of malaria in Africa project. He was very enthusiastic about it and always gave his support at every given opportunity.

“His last message to me was this last Sunday when he told me they were ready to dive into the Titanic if the weather permits. He loved adventure and challenges. My heart bleeds for his dear wife and kids who have become family friends over the years. We will surely miss his wealth of experience.”

The tragedy claimed the lives of Harding, OceanGate founder Stockton Rush, French diver Paul-Henri Nargeolet, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood, and his son Suleman.

The small vessel transporting them suffered a catastrophic implosion.

This article was updated 4 months ago


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