- A Kenyan businessman cried after taking his grandmother on her first flight
- Jeremy DamarisMc said his grandmother never thought she would one day fly on an airplane
- Jeremy gave her a vacation in Mombasa and urged the Kenyans to celebrate their loved ones
A Kenyan businessman said he shed tears after taking his grandmother on her first flight.
Jeremy DamarisMc captured the entire journey on his YouTube channel, from boarding a flight at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) to vacationing in Mombasa.
According to Jeremey, he didn’t tell her where they were going.
“She has no idea where I’m taking her,” he said when they got to the JKIA.
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His grandma was quite excited when she found out they were going to board a flight and admitted that she never imagined she would ever do it. Jeremy said her admission made him emotional.
âI cried when my cucu told me that she never imagined she would ever get near an airplane. She always sees them in the sky, âhe wrote on Facebook.
The video he shared showed them waking up on the JKIA runway before boarding a Kenya Airways plane.
On the plane, Jeremy sat next to his grandmother, briefing her on the different parts of an airplane.
During the flight, his grandmother could be seen talking vividly while enjoying the spectacular view from the sky.
They were accompanied on the trip by Jeremy’s mother and brother.
After landing in Mombasa, they made their way to their hotel before making their way to the beach later.
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Jeremy said his grandma saw the beach for the first time and she was seen in shorts.
They went for a walk on the beach, but she refused a camel ride because she was afraid she would fall.
The family then went on a boat trip, and the grandmother seemed to be in the best of spirits.
Jeremy urged Kenyans to appreciate their loved ones and write:
âIf you have your grandma or mother, give them this opportunity. Appreciate them. My grandmother is very happy that she was able to visit this wonderful place. “
Social media users welcomed Jeremy for the move, writing:
“Oh my god, that’s so nice.”
“The best feeling ever. God bless you, brother. May you never lack it.”
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Source: Tuko Kenya