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CELEBRATING A BRILLIANT NIGERIAN FEMALE PILOT

Before we blog another African Experience by celebrating another of our own for her brilliance and bravery on the cockpit, let us share this caveat with visitors to this blog.
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Now let us celebrate one of our own in Africa........
Let's celebrate and thank God for our Female Captain Abimbola Jayeola, who was the Captain on the Bristow Chopper that ditched in the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday.
I have heard the word "ditching" before. But I have always relate it to ditching political parties, girlfriends or a business partner. I never heard of in terms of Aeronoutics and Aviation. But a split second's decision from Abimbola who 'ditched' a Chopper on the high sea saved the lives of 13 people. Thereby averting untold pains and sorrows on several families linked to them.
Kudos to you Captain. God will continue to protect you as you take to the skies daily. Stay safe!

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