Omotola Jalade reacts as pilot husband flies back Chinese doctors

Babalola Seyi

Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, has recently revealed on social media that her pilot husband, Captian Matthew, has gone for his first flight in two months.

According to the actress, her husband flew back the viral Chinese doctors who came to
Nigeria in April.

Omotola said that she does not know how to feel about the flight as she wondered if it is the new normal.

The coronavirus pandemic has led to many things changing in the world and this includes foreign travels.

Many countries closed their borders and stopped flights so as to reduce the likelihood of other people getting infected with the deadly virus.

It was with mixed reactions that Nigerians received the news of Chinese doctors who flew into the country sometime in April. Many believed they came to help with the coronavirus cases.

Some other Nigerians were not too pleased with their visit, especially doctors who felt they were not needed in the country.

Well, it appears the Chinese doctors have now been flown back to their base.
Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, took to social media via her Instagram page to reveal how her husband went on his first flight in two months and how it was to fly back the Chinese doctors.

She also shared photos of her husband with the crew as well as the Chinese doctors. They were all decked in protective covering such as the face masks, shields and even PPEs.

In her caption, she wrote: “Is this the New Normal? #TheCaptain went on his first Flight today in 2 months!

Those are the Chinese ppl that flew in some time ago leaving! Not sure how to feel.”

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