The two, along with other relatives, were going from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) to the Moi International Airport in Mombasa. Jeremy, who filmed the nostalgic experience, unveiled that his grandmother was excited and expressed thanks to God for giving her the rare opportunity.
She was likewise fortunate to get the seat near the window, hence, got a chance to see the views of the world beneath.
On various occasions, she would tap the presenter and point towards sceneries and views, conceivably posing questions.
Jeremy's grandmother was not entirely sure that they would land and continually asked when they would get to their destination. She was stressed over the poultry she had left at home and wondered who would care of them. "Perhaps we will not land anytime soon," Jeremy kidded.
At the point when they showed up at the air terminal, she implored, thanking God and blessing her grandson for the experience in the midst of gazes from onlookers who didn't understand her elation.
The memorable trip came only days after a Ugandan doctor additionally shocked his gatekeeper with a trip to Nairobi on board a plane.
Henry Mutebe took to Facebook to describe how his guardian, Wilson Dhabangi, took up a parental role after he lost his father while his mom was working out of town to earn a living.
"This man visited me each Sunday as long school was open. That is generally more than 100 Sundays over between 1997-1999. I don't recall any Sunday he didn't stay with me," Mutebe wrote. "It didn't matter if it rained or not… regardless of whether he was sick or well. He would ride his bicycle and come visit me," he wrote while appreciating Dhabangi.
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