Cute photo of kids dressed as pilots and flight attendants goes viral

Cute photo of kids dressed as pilots and flight attendants goes viral

- Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula took to social media as he shared an extremely cute moment

- Mbaks shared a photo of a group of young children all dressed up as little pilots and flight attendants

- The event formed part of their annual Aviation Education Tour and Mzansi fell in love with the beautiful post

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South Africans can't seem to get enough of an adorable social media post shared by Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula.

Mbaks is generally not one to shy away from controversy, but on this occasion, his post via Twitter made South Africans feel all warm and fuzzy.

The tweet included two cute photos of a group of young children who were dressed up as little pilots and flight attendants.

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The kids are all learners at the Hope Daycare Centre in Soweto and participated in their annual Aviation Education Tour.

Mbaks concluded the post by saying:

"Future pilots, cabin crew, technical support and air contollers. #AirSwag."

Briefly.co.za admired the amazing reaction as more than 13 000 people liked the tweet.

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It'sCourtney (@jasmyn_c) enjoyed the cuteness overload:

"This is the cutest thing I've seen on my TL all day and the suitcases. Adorable."

Salamina Mosese (@salaminaM) fell in love with the post:

"This is so adorable. Great great thing was done here. Well done."

Y O L E E (@Yolee93) could already see the future potential:

"Abasebahle marn. OH! Mdali keep them safe all the time, so that they can fulfil their dreams xabe badala. They look amazing kule uniform. Little professionals. Our Future leaders."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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