So, on Sunday, following the Super Bowl, the personal X account of Joe Biden posted and image of him with bright laser red eyes with a caption that read, “Just Like We Drew It Up.” Many have speculated that it was in reference to the scripted Super Bowl, but some of us are asking if it was in reference to another incident that took place earlier in the day, the crash of a helicopter that killed six people on their way to the Super Bowl. Among the dead were a former Nigerian banking CEO, his family and the former head of the Nigerian Exchange Group.
Here’s the tweet from Biden’s account.
Just like we drew it up. pic.twitter.com/9NBvc5nVZE
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) February 12, 2024
Of course, they don’t tell us what is actually meant by the tweet. We do know that Joe is not doing his own tweets as they seem to be coherent at least to the point that you can grasp what is being written in the tweets.
Now, the big story behind the deaths of these Nigerians, who were on their way to the Super Bowl.
The Daily Mail reports:
A Nigerian banking CEO on his way to the Superbowl was among six people killed in a horror helicopter crash in the Mohave Desert.
The former chair of the Nigerian Exchange Group, Abimbola Ogunbanjoa, was also among those who died when the Eurocopter EC 130 crashed while en route to Boulder City, Nevada.
Investigators were seen scouring the crash site early Saturday morning, before confirming that ‘no survivors have been located.’
The cause of the tragedy has not yet been determined by officials, with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department saying the crash site was near Nipton on the edge of the Mojave Desert Preserve.
Tributes poured in for Wigwe after news of his death was announced, with the finance executive seen as a leading figure spearheading in the expansion of the Nigerian economy.
In his work at Access Bank, he led an initiative to grow its influence across the continent, taking majority stakes or acquiring control over banks in nations including Kenya, South Africa and Botswana.
After his bank became the largest in Nigeria by assets in 2019, Wigwe told Semafor that the firm was finalizing efforts to launch its first full banking service in Asia in the first quarter of 2024.
He was also known for his influence in education, setting up his own college – Wigwe University – that was set to hold its first classes later this year.
Wigwe University was reported to have cost $500 million and planned to enroll 10,000 students over the next five years.
The university was part of his drive to improve Africa’s economy, as he wrote in an op-ed for Semafor just one month before his death that investing in higher education was crucial to expanding opportunities.
He added that improving education was key to controlling mass-migration and mitigating fears over how it destabilizes society, writing how the issue has taken a step back – including how ‘Donald Trump’s Republicans continue to whip up fears around border security.’
This was the second helicopter crash that had occurred within a matter of days. Previously, a Navy helicopter carrying five marines crashed in the southern California mountains during a storm on Tuesday night.
What do you think? Is it possible that this helicopter crash was not an accident but rather a pre-planned plot and that is what Biden was actually tweeting about?
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Author: Tim Brown
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