#BBNaija winner Miracle, gets his Private Pilot License (photos)

It has really been a great year for Big Brother Naija 2018 winner, Miracle, as he has bagged his private pilot license.

#BBNaija winner, Miracle, bags his Private Pilot License (photos) lailasnews


 

The reality show star who confirmed this by sharing a photo with Governor of Imo State,Rochas Okorocha in a pose with his license, wrote on Instagram;

Firstly, I thank GOD Almighty for HIS Grace and Wisdom, also Your Excellency @rochasokorocha a man of His word and for your uncommon Wisdom, exemplary leadership and remarkable vision for Education. Today is also my Pillars Birthday (my Sweet Mum), thank you Mother for always being there for me through this journey. To all my Lovely Fans, I thank y’all for your patience and support. We made it??. PPL in the ? . Happy New month

#BBNaija winner, Miracle, bags his Private Pilot License (photos) lailasnews 1

Recall that shortly after he won the reality show, Miracle went back to his Aviation school in Ilorin to complete his studies. The pilot shared a video of him on his Instagram page where he was spotted at his Aviation school in Ilorin, Kwara state greeting his old acquaintances.

In the video he posted which he captioned “WORK HARD IN SILENCE LET YOUR SUCCESS BE YOUR NOISE… BE THE PILOT OF YOUR DREAMS” the flyboy was spotted trying to fly a chopper with a colleague, showing his fans that he hasn’t forgotten his skills after all.

We had earlier reported that BBNaija winner is living up to the recent appointment he got from Governor Rochas Okorocha as an appointed Education Ambassador of Imo state. He disclosed his plans to help young students all over the country choose a career path that best defines them. In his post, Miracle said that students should be encouraged to follow other unconventional careers like music, film directing, artist. Rather than being compelled to always follow the conventional ones, which other people laid down for them.

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