Adeola Ogunmola is the first Nigerian female pilot with Qatar Airways

Adeola Ogunmola is the first Nigerian female pilot with Qatar Airways

- A Nigerian woman has broken another record as she becomes a pilot for famous airline

- The woman has become the first Nigerian female pilot to work with Qatar Airways

- Qatar Airways is the state-owned national carrier of Qatar

Nigerians daily dream of how best to break barriers and become international figures. The country is filled with talented people who do their best in their various fields in order to be known for their great achievement

One of such latest cases is a Nigerian woman who has broken a barrier and paved the way for many Nigerian women in the aviation industry. The woman identified as Adeola Ogunmola Sowemimo has become the first female Nigerian pilot with Qatar Airways.

The woman, who now works for the state-owned national carrier of Qatar, had taken to her Facebook page to thank God for his mercy. She wrote: "It is the Lord's doing and it's marvelous in my sight."

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Adeola Ogunmola

Meet lady Adeola Ogunmola who became the first Nigerian female pilot with Qatar Airways Facebook source: Adeola Ogunmola
Source: Facebook

The lady later deleted her post.

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On seeing her post, friends and family members on the platform also celebrated her for the great achievement. They also thanked God for granting her the abilities to achieve it.

It was gathered that Sowemimo would be flying the Dreamliner Boeing 787 for the Qatar Airways.

Adeola Ogunmola

The lady was celebrated by friends and family Facebook source: Adeola Ogunmola
Source: Facebook

Here are some of the posts below:

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