- A pretty Nigerian lady, Ezewusi Nnedinma Tekla, has been celebrated by many after she became a pilot
- Nnedinma in a Twitter post said she is the newest pilot in town as she posted the news about her licence
- Many people who commented on her post wanted to know how much it would cost in school fees to become one
A Nigerian lady, Ezewusi Nnedinma Tekla, with the Twitter handle @teklajane has gone online to celebrate a huge career advancement.
In a post on Sunday, December 6, the lady said she has got her licence and is now officially a pilot. She posed in a single-seater aircraft in the photo she attached.
Nnedinma was overjoyed as Nigerians gave positive replies that praised her feat. Some tweeps turned her comment section into a place for harmless banters.
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There was one other aircraft in the background of her photo, showing she could have taken it very close to a hanger.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has over 37,000 likes and hundreds of comments. Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
"Congratulations! I always wanted to be a pilot but idk how much the school fees would be. Pls how much per session or however they count it?"
"Come and be my driver baby. I just bought another plane few days ago plz come with your CV and the necessary information you’re hired."
"Safe taking off and safe landing..congratulations."
"Congrats girl. Being a pilot has always been a childhood dream. Still holding those dreams till they become my reality. What are the fees/rates like?"
"Congrats, PPL is hard to get, the studying, the flying hours, bad weather, the instruments."
"Congrats Jane...I have a 2yrs old daughter I'll gladly tell her she too can be a pilot someday."
"Congratulations, do you want to start holding tutorials on how to fly a plane? I want to be your co-pilot one day."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that years after posing beside an aeroplane, a young man with the Twitter handle @WorstBehavior78 finally fulfilled his dream of being a pilot.
@WorstBehavior78 revealed this as he joined the "How it started. How it is going" challenge on Twitter.
His post on Twitter has gone really viral as many tweeted on the need to keep working on one's dream no matter how big it seems.
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