- A video showing some officials clearing mud after an Ethiopian plane got stuck in the mud has gone viral on social media
- According to an eyewitness, the plane skidded off the tarmac and got stuck in the mud while the pilot was preparing to take off
- A Facebook user identified as Ayo Ojeniyi shared the video on his page, saying the passengers and crew sustained no injury
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A video has gone viral on social media in which some officials could be seen clearing mud after an Ethiopian plane got stuck in it.
A Facebook user identified as Ayo Ojeniyi who shared the video on his page said nothing happened to the passengers and crew.
According to him, a citizen journalist sent him the video. Sharing the video on his page, Ayo wrote:
"From my inbox/citizen journalist: An Ethiopian Plane while taxing to take off skidded off the tarmac and got stuck in the mud. Nothing happened to the crew and the passengers!!!
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"May God continue to protect us. Amen!!!"
Many are talking about the video
Reacting, Lexy Pexy on Facebook said:
"Was the Pilot sleeping o distracted? We need to know"
Salam Timmy commented:
"May be there was hold up or go slow and he tried to take a shoulder part of the terminal like Ibadan Micra used to do."
Odeyemi Oluwole said:
"This is really laughable. I guess the pilot got distracted. But then we are all human, we do get carried away sometime. Imagine using shovels and diggers to free a 747."
Pilots sing Wasiu Ayinde's hit song
YEN.com.gh previously reported that two Nigerian pilots warmed hearts on social media after a video of them emerged in which they could be seen dancing to King Wasiu Ayinde's hit song, Ade Ori Okin.
In the video, one of the pilots could be seen shaking his body to the song while his colleague joined him and started spraying him money.
The video, which was shared on Twitter by @Gidi_Traffic, generated a lot of reactions on social media as tweeps loved it.