Nigerians are showing us continuously that they got superpowers and are great in their craft whether they practice it at home or in the diaspora, one of these amazing gems is Nigerian scientist and aerospace research engineer, Wendy Okolo, who recently received a Women in Aerospace (WIA) award for her marvelous contribution and impact in the field.
She was especially rewarded for how she has contributed to the unusual controls for spacecraft and air buses, and also for inspiring people all around the world.
In an Instagram post on Sunday, November 3, she said she felt honoured for having been picked among many woman that were nominated for the award.
She also appreciated the fact that she was surrounded by people, especially females who inspire her.
Earlier this year, Espact reported that Wendy Okolo achieved the great feat of being the first black woman to earn PhD in Aerospace Engineering at NASA.
We celebrate this phenomenal woman.