- John Dumelo's son has shown that he wants to become a pilot when he grows up
- In a new photo, Dumelo Jnr was seen learning about planes as he was busily examining his miniature plane
- The 2-year-old kept scrutinizing the Emirates-branded plane like a real pilot
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Actor and Politician John Dumelo's son, Setor John Dumelo Jnr, has shown keen interest in airplanes which suggests that he is likely to become a pilot when he grows.
Even though the 2-year-old Dumelo Jnr looks just like his father John Dumelo, it is clear that both of them have different career interests.
In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Setor John Dumelo Jnr was seen examining a plane as he was busily admiring and playing with his miniature plane.
The 2-year-old kept scrutinizing the plane which was branded Emirates as he operated it like a real pilot.
Captioning the photo John Dumelo stated that his son loves the toy plane.
He also commended Emirates for presenting the miniature plane to his son
"Thanks @emirates for this wonderful toy. My son loves it! " Dumelo stated.
The photo brought in several comments from his followers who were excited about Dumelo Jnr's interest in planes.
@josephine.2321: "Wow!! Ghana our future pilot."
@joabjay: "He s gonna fly Emirates!!!"
@ekluvictoria: "This boy is a big boy already oo"
@hevvictoria: "He will soon be the captain of the plane"
See the photo below:
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