Genius young man constructs a helicopter for Nigerian Army

Genius young man constructs a helicopter for Nigerian Army

The act of patriotism is when an individual shows vigorous support for his/her country through a chivalrous act.

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A young Nigerian man has shown his patriotism by constructing a helicopter for the Nigerian army. The young man who is from Kaduna state delivered the helicopter to Borno state for display.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the man is from Rigasa Igabi local government area in Kaduna state. He designed the helicopter using green colour to represent Nigeria.

The story of the unidentified young man's patriotism was shared on Facebook by a user identified as Dud Malumfashi.

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Genius young man constructs a helicopter for Nigerian army Photo source: Facebook user Dud Malumfashi

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Malumfashi revealed that the talented genius had taken the helicopter to Borno state for display during the army day celebration.

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He delivered it in Birno Photo source: Facebook user Dud Malumfashi

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He wrote: "Brilliant young boy from Rigasa Igabi Local Government Area, Kaduna state, designed and built Helicopter for Nigerian Army. The helicopter was displayed during the army day celebration in Maiduguri. The boy is good !! AHUUA !!"

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He did so it help his country Photo source: Facebook user Dud Malumfashi

Thumbs up for the patriotic man!

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