Ned Nwoko Was Invited To The Doomed $250k Titanic Trip, Tied Up With National Duties
Billionaire Senator Ned Nwoko says he was invited to the doomed $250k Titanic trip, tied up with national duties.
Mourns his friend, who was one of five crew members who lost their lives during the Titan submersible ill-fated adventure.
Senator Chinedu (Ned) Munir Nwoko says he was invited to the ill-fated $250,000 Titan submersible expedition to visit the ruins of the Titanic ship but was tied up with national duties.
Ned made this known as he mourns his close friend, Hermish Harding, who was one of five crew members who lost their lives after the Titan submersible they were traveling in imploded.
Taken to his official Instagram account, the 62 year old wrote :
“I have lost a very dear friend and business partner. Captain hermish Harding. We both went on a very dangerous expedition to the Southpole Antarctica few years back.
“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 researches into eradication of malaria in Africa project. He was very enthusiastic about it and always gave his support at every given opportunity.
“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 to the titanic if the weather permits. He loved adventure and challenges.”