You have been in the aviation sector for about 41 years, what really attracted you to the sector?
First, I would want to give God the glory; then I would take you back to 1970 when I had a sister who was travelling to the United States and we came to see her off. She put on a pair of gloves and she was waving to us as if she was embarking on a journey from which she would not return. I saw our parents crying, everybody was happy for her and she travelled. From that moment, March 3, 1970, to when I was in secondary school, I realised there was something that attracted me to the sector immediately I saw that aircraft take off. That day was when I began to nurse the ambition of being in the aviation sector. In 1975, General Murtala Mohammed came into power and I had an uncle who studied in England and worked in the Nigeria Airways as the personnel manager. He worked directly with the General Manager of the company. Read more