Mohammud Ahmed first tasted absolute freedom when he found himself in Chuka town on the eastern slopes of Mount Kenya.
Ruth Nyambura’s high school classmate was a certified aviation geek. He had all the latest magazines and unlike his peers discussing banal teenage topics...
Monica Jepkemboi Murambi’s life has been governed by a principle of never underestimating any opportunity presented to her.
Picture this, an aircraft on a one and a quarter hour flight from Maradi to Niamey, facing a turbulent weather predominated by stormy rainfall.
When asked by a teacher during his final year in primary school what he wanted to become in the future, Victor Kiplimo Biwott confidently replied “a doctor.”
Rose Musuki Mutuku was not always good at mathematics. As a matter of fact, in her early primary school days, she was a below average student.
Imagine your ambitious teenage dreams manifesting in adulthood? Imagine living the very life you aspired to have and constantly
In a frenzied state, she sat unable to carry the anxiety she felt in the aircraft any longer. She kept her composure, but inside the fear was
Edward Aluda used to work as a general airport operator with an air brand-handling service company. Despite executing his duties of
Before joining the aviation industry, Ali Mohamed worked as a driver and guide with a Tours and Travel company. His job was to primarily
While other kids in Lusoi Primary School in Nyeri played regular games, Samuel Mwaura Muthinji spent his time creating aircraft models
Imagine being stranded in a divergent; bizarre location, just fresh off your 18th birthday. Unaware how to move forward, you try to adapt
How does one switch from a managerial position at a beer manufacturing company to become a pioneer in the aviation industry? Meet
From a tiny village in Nyahururu, Kenya to travelling around global landmarks such as Amsterdam and London, the story of Elma Wangui
In the early 1980s, on the small caribbean island state of Antigua and Barbuda, a young boy named Charlesworth Hunte was navigating an
Mahamud Tawane has always known the value of work. As a boy in Garissa, Kenya, he would spend his school holidays working at his
The paths were illuminated, but unaware which route to choose, she stood distorted. Impotent to decide how to move forward in life, she
When one is orphaned at an early age, they consciously or subconsciously develop a tendency of searching for a father figure in