- A grandpa has further proven that there is no age limit to what people can achieve in life
- The elderly man that is almost 90 years built a helicopter and flew it as many gathered to witness the beautiful moment
- Many social media users were impressed with the grandpa's invention and they commended him for his creativity
A grandpa that is almost 90 years has got people talking on social media after building a helicopter.
In a video that has gone viral, the elderly man could be seen flying the chopper and landing it safely as many people gathered to watch.
Sharing the video on Facebook, Emmanuel Isaac's wrote:
"This grandpa, almost 90 years old built a helicopter."
Social media users were impressed with the invention and soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on it.
Junaid Ajibola wrote:
"This is great. Even at that old age he still managed to demonstrate the workability of the helicopter and put it on flight. It's amazing. God bless you grandpa."
Esther Muoka commented:
"Wow. This is fantastic. Congratulations to you grandpa. This shows that there is absolutely nothing one sets his or her mind to do that God will not make him or her do. More grease to your elbows."
Eucharia Chukwu said:
"It's really amazing! Rich and quality exploit indeed, especially these days when a 40 year old is as weak as a vegetable; kudos sir."
Evans Sarfo Danquah reacted:
"Awesome! There is no limit to what man can do. If it can be conceived in the mind, it can be achieved. All things are possible to those who believe."
In a similar news, a Nigerian student has wowed social media users after building a small "aeroplane" from the scratch and flying it.
In a video that was shared on LinkedIn by Ade Emmanuel Ibikunle, the "aeroplane" could be seen flying into the air as onlookers cheered.
Nigerians have been exhibiting their creativity in recent times and showing the world that there are great minds in the country.
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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