Young women have been encouraged to take academics seriously as it gives them better opportunity in future.
The chairperson of Women in Aviation, Rivers State branch, Ogazi Ladi has advised young girls to be serious in their academics adding that better opportunity awaits them in the Aviation Sector.
” My advice for young girls is that they should be serious with their academics. They should read hard, work very hard to get a job in the Aviation sector. They can become a pilot, controller, forecaster. We have so many possibility skills in the Aviation sector. We are encouraging women, the time has passed where women will just sit at home. We are encouraging them to come into the Aviation sector”.
The chairperson Mrs. Ogazi Ladi gave this advice during an interview with our correspondent at the women in Aviation conference held in Port Harcourt with the theme; connect, engage, and inspiring the next generation.
“It’s all about encouraging women in Aviation sector. Telling them that they can get to that level, that what a man can do, a woman can do it better. And also to encourage the younger ones coming up that there are possible careers in the Aviation sector that they can choose. The Aviation sector is very large, we have up to six parastatals that make up the Aviation industry. They are all here from different organisations, but one body as an association under the Aviation sector”.
In her part, the National President of Women in Aviation, Rejoice Ndudunachi Called on government to give women opportunity to perform better in the industry just as she advised women to be competent in all spheres
” My advice for women is that, we need to be competent in all our doings. Work hard, we are all together. We need to be competent, better equips and strife as others are doing. we are all together.
The Aviation industry requires professionalism. and there’s a platform for excellence in Aviation industry. Let the government understand that women are in the industry to also promote what is happening in the system. We stand for safety, we stand for security, we stand for the upliftment of our nation. The government should also give the women the opportunity to perform better in this industry”. Continue reading