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Meet The Youngest Female Black American Pilot From Anambra State    

Pilot Miracle Izuchukwu is the Youngest Female Black American Pilot from Anambra State. 

Even if Nigeria’s poor reputation in the west is still degrading, Nigerians living abroad have recently been doing the nation proud. There is at least one Nigerian who has broken a record in almost every field. 

Pilot Miracle Izuchukwu, 25, of Agulu, Anambra State, has entered the select club of just 7% of women and 1% of black female pilots worldwide. 

She is the youngest Female Black American Pilot.

She creates history as the nation’s youngest Black American female pilot. It all began when she informed her parents of her desire to become a pilot. Her parents initially weren’t in favor of her dream. It was not considered a possibility by them.  

When interviewed she recalled the difficulties she encountered while pursuing her dreams. She noted that the environment didn’t encourage young girls to dream big. 

“I grew up in a society that did not encourage young girls to dream big, career-wise. I remember watching lots of TED Talks to give myself more insights on possible careers that might interest me…to no avail,” said Miracle. 

In 2019, she had an encounter with an Airline Pilot while working as a customer service rep. He opened her eyes to the possibility of becoming a Pilot. A few weeks later, she went on a discovery flight that sealed it for her. 

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“I came home that day, called my father, and told him I was considering becoming a Professional Pilot”. She further narrated her father’s remarks thus, “if I get on a plane and see a woman as the Pilot, I would get off the plane”. According to Miracle, words could not explain the pain and confusion she felt because she needed that validation from the father. 

Even her mom too was totally against it; her mom is a nurse and wanted her to follow in her footsteps. Her mom felt that to survive in the United States, she needed to be a nurse to put food on the table. 

But being a nurse was not her passion. She does not want to be limited to the four walls of the clinic, she wanted to explore her world so she followed her passion. Today, that passion has paid off. 

Miracle’s success story indicates that our dreams are valid if only we are willing to roll up our sleeves, put in the work and follow our passion. 

Source: Facebook.com


Chinaza Ogbachalu
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