Nigerian man invited to Uganda to design aeroplane cake for its anniversary

Nigerian man invited to Uganda to design aeroplane cake for its anniversary

- Prince Obua is a Nigerian baker whose hard work has earned him a contract from Uganda

- Obua was contacted from Uganda after the aeroplane cake he made for Air Peace went viral

- The person who contacted Obua urged him to make a similar cake for his country's anniversary because they are convinced that he is good at what he does

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A Nigerian man has taken to social media to disclose how he was contacted from Uganda after making an aeroplane cake for Air Peace.

The man identified as Prince Obua took to Facebook to share a screenshot of a conversation he had with a man from Uganda.

An Uganda man contacted Obua after seeing the cake he made for Air Peace and urged him to do the same for his country's anniversary.

Nigerian man contacted from Uganda to make aeroplane cake after the first one he made went viral
Prince Obua posing with the aeroplane cake he made for Air Peace. Photo credit: Prince Obua/Facebook
Source: Facebook

Obua, who said he never knew people appreciated the cake, was excited that he could get a contract all the way from Uganda.

Below is the screenshot he shared on Facebook:

Facebook users took to the comment section of the post to congratulate the young man and to remind him of God's grace in his life.

Bridget Akpos Koinyan wrote: "Congratulations dear, up up u shall go...I trust you like no man business."

Njideka Ifeanyi wrote: "You deserve it, you have a heart of gold, congratulations."

Ozurum April wrote: "I tap into your grace man... Congratulations. .I really celebrate you."

Omoluabi Olori Ola prayed for Obua for more Grace to excel. She wrote: "Congratulations....Grace upon Grace."

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In other news, a video has emerged in which a female Nigerian Air Force pilot identified as Flying Officer OO Oke was spotted flying the L-39ZA.

In the video, which was posted on Twitter by @Jakepor21, Oke could be seen flying solo on the L-39ZA, becoming the first female pilot to do so in the history of 403 Flying Training School Kano.

It should be noted that female pilots in the Air Force are making history by achieving what their male counterparts have achieved.

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