Gov. Ugwuanyi presents Licenses and Logbooks to Five Enugu Indigenes prepared as Helicopter Pilots and supported by Enugu State Government.
Representative Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State today at the sacred Chambers of the State Executive Council (EXCO) formally exhibited licenses prepared and affirmed by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) to five indigenes of the state who have effectively experienced preparing as helicopter pilots at the International Helicopter Flying School, Nigerian Air Force Base, Enugu, through the sponsorship of the state government.
The graduate pilots are:
Chief Osita Ohagwasi
Skipper Kenechukwu Eze
Skipper Emmanuel Chime
Skipper Onyekachi Owo-onu
Skipper Henry Ezengene
Introducing the licenses, Gov. Ugwuanyi noticed that the effective students have been discovered commendable in character and figuring out how to be issued with the Commercial Pilot Licenses (CPL) of various appraisals, alongside the pilot logbooks.
The senator complimented them for going out commendably from the thorough preparing and encouraged them to see the open door as an uncommon one which they are required to respond by influencing Enugu To state pleased “as you hone this calling with extraordinary skill”.
The senator likewise communicated the energy about the state government to the administration and staff of International Helicopter Flying School, Nigerian Air Force Base, Enugu, for meticulously boring the new pilots through the fundamentals of flying helicopters, saying that they are proficient pilots as well as business pilots.
“We should keep on partnering with the International Helicopter Flying School, Nigerian Air Force Base, Enugu to engage and grow a greater amount of our adolescents as long as Enugu State stays in the hands of God”, Gov. Ugwuanyi said.
Reacting, Captain Ohagwasi, for different pilots praised Gov. Ugwuanyi for the sponsorship and helping them realize their fantasy, and guaranteed to be devoted in their obligations to do the state and the nation pleased.
One of the pilots, Captain Henry Ezengene was missing at the service.