Celebrating fearless licensed female aircraft engineer making waves

Celebrating fearless licensed female aircraft engineer making waves

- Omobolaji Aduroja, a licensed aircraft engineer, is one of the many celebrated hardworking women in Nigeria

- The engineer got her aero-certification from Nigeria College of Aviation Technology, Zaria after her first degree at the Federal University of Technology, Akure

- Omobolaji said that solving problems is one of her life skills

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Omobolaji Aduroja is one of the Nigerians holding their heads up high above the challenges in the country.

She is a Nigerian aircraft maintenance engineer (B2) who finished form the popular Nigeria College of Aviation Technology, Zaria.

Briefly.co.za learnt that one of the core skills of Omobljis is the ability to solve problems and use troubleshooting to rectify knotty issues.

A collage showing Mobolaji Aduroja at work. Photo source: LinkedIn/City Scope Africa

A collage showing Mobolaji Aduroja at work. Photo source: LinkedIn/City Scope Africa
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She bagged her first degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Akure.

The Nigerian woman had here certification in the introduction to automation and control, electrical, and electronics engineering.

It was earlier reported that Anita Osariemen Omonuwa is one of those people who are making it big in the academia as she has had three first-class distinctions from the University of Reading, UK (LLB), University of Birmingham, UK (LLM), and the Nigerian Law School (BL).

She graduated top of her class at the Nigerian Law School which got her several prizes such as the Council of Legal Education Star Prize, best outstanding academic performance, among others.

She is also the vice president of the Association of Young Arbitrators, a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb).

Added to all these is that she is a volunteer staff counsel at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce International Arbitration Centre (LACIAC).

In other news, Duro Oluwu is a designer with great influences as he decorated the Vermeil Room in the White House.

The Nigerian said that his aim is to create good pieces that people would always engage and never be tired of.

“My idea is to create a beautiful feast for the eyes, reminiscent of a warm and joyful season, filled with international treasures and signature fabrics,” he spoke of his work in the White House room.

It should be noted that he decorated the room during Barack Obama’s presidency in the US. He said that he was sure Michelle’s visitors would be as delighted as she is when they visit the room during the holiday season.

The composition of the room was comprised of 8-foot-tall Christmas trees wrapped with vintage African fabrics encrusted with shiny balls. There were also patchworks at strategic places in the room.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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