- A Nigerian man named Kunmi Toyinbo has made his mother proud by flying her for the first time as a pilot
- In some pictures that were shared on social media, the proud mum had a glowing smile that suggested fulfillment
- Social media users were impressed with the pictures and they had one or two things to say
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A Nigerian pilot identified as Kunmi Toyinbo flew his mother for the first time recently and adorable photos of the duo got people talking on social media.
Photos of Kunmi and his mother were shared by a LinkedIn user named Chidozie Uzoezie.
In the photos, the proud mother gazed into her son's eyes with an unspoken expression of gratitude to God for being his mother.
"That moment when you fly your mum for the first time as a pilot. It was a proud mother-and-son moment for Kunmi Toyinbo and his mum today onboard Ibom Air. See the look on the proud mum's face. #Aviation #IbomAirlines."
LinkedIn users loved the pictures and didn't hesitate to flood the comment section with their thoughts.
Nonso Azih wrote:
"Congrats to both. Some day, my daughter will fly me across the world."
Aisha Olayiwola commented:
Leonora Eucharia Pam said:
"You made us proud."
In other news, two Nigerian pilots have warmed hearts on social media after a video of them emerged in which they could be seen dancing to King Wasiu Ayinde's hit song, Ade Ori Okin.
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In the video, one of the pilots could be seen shaking his body to the song while his colleague joined him and started spraying him money.
The video, which was shared on Twitter by @Gidi_Traffic, has generated a lot of reactions on social media as tweeps loved it.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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