- An undergraduate of the University of Kano known on Instagram as Hafizh Husssaini has built a drone
- The man who wants to one day become a pilot was glad when he was able to successfully launch the gadget in the air
- Nigerians who reacted to his flying drone appreciated what he has done as they prayed for God's help for him
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A young Nigerian man, Hafizh Husssaini, has gained media attention with his electrical skill as he built a miniature airplane that could pass off as a drone.
In a video post shared by YAY TV, it was revealed that the young man who is a student of Kano State University dreams of one day becoming a pilot.
A look at his profile shows how ambitious he is about his future career choice. One of his videos shows him in a pilot uniform as he powers his drone.
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His gadget is painted in the country green and white national colour to reflect how patriotic he is with his skill.
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Watch one of his videos below:
Below are a few of the comments he got:
"Up, up, up brohh."
"May Allah continue bless you bro."
"Yah Allah bless your talent."
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