– A Nigerian man called Duni Balam to share one of the moments his son made him proud
– Balam revealed that he recently boarded a plane but he didn’t know his son was behind the wheels
– The proud father noted that the flight was a smooth one
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The prayer of any parent is to see their children succeeding in their chosen career. It is also their joy to be able to benefit from their children’s success.
Such is the story of a Nigerian father identified as Duni Balam who took to social media to narrate his recent experience with his son.
According to Balam who was returning from a trip, he didn’t know that his son was his pilot until he announced landing preparations.
The proud father went on to note that the flight was a smooth one.
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A proud father shares a photo with his son who was his pilot on a trip.
Balam then shared a lovely photo with his handsome son. In the photo, Balam’s son was in his well-tailored uniform as he struck a pose with his dad.
Nigerians took to Balam’s comment section to hail him as many noted that they would announce to everyone that the pilot is their son.
Read some comments below:
@YusufAzzez10 stated that he could imagine the pride that Balam felt knowing his son was his pilot.
@teabb1 said she is happy for Balam, noting that he must be very proud of his son.
@ibidunmary asked Balm if he announced to the other passengers that his son was their pilot.
In other news, Bioreports earlier reported that a proud dad presented his son with luxurious car as his birthday and graduation gift.
A man identified as Elliot Warley celebrated his son’s accomplishment in a post on Facebook.
The proud father flooded his social media handle with spectacular photos of his son after he successfully graduated from high school.
Elliot revealed that his hardworking son was gearing up for his tertiary education at the University of Valley Forge.
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