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Nigerian Lady Triumphs Over Memory Loss, Graduates With First Class from Aeronautical Engr.

Cursory: Hauwa Umar Usman, a Nigerian woman with Dyslexia, achieved a First-Class honors degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Brighton, UK. She overcame memory challenges and became the first Northern lady to pursue Aeronautical Engineering, aiming to contribute to aviation safety in Nigeria. Despite difficulties, her determination led to academic excellence in her chosen field.

Hauwa Umar Usman, a young African woman, overcame memory loss challenges during her educational journey and achieved a remarkable milestone by earning a First-Class honors degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Brighton, United Kingdom.

Originally from Nigeria, Hauwa stands out as the first Northern woman to pursue Aeronautical Engineering, placing her among the limited number of females in Nigeria who have attained this engineering qualification.

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Her passion for aerospace was ignited at a tender age while playing with airplane toys and kites, fueling her aspirations of becoming a pilot in the future.

Her dedication and hard work paid off, as she excelled in her studies and graduated with a First-Class degree, alongside three other students, from her department during the 2016/2017 academic session.

”As a child, my dream was to become a pilot and it was partly a fallout of that encounter I narrated earlier. I used to imagine what it was like for pilots to take off and land, most especially at night, when one could barely see far and also, flying in the sky for hours,” she said.

”Over the years, as I grew older, I became more aware of the need for aviation safety in the country due to the plane crashes we had in the past. So, I settled for aeronautical engineering,” she added.

According to Hauwa, she faced challenges with articulating words accurately, experiencing difficulty in recalling or identifying letters, numbers, and colors.It was during her educational journey in the United Kingdom that her condition was identified as Dyslexia.

Dyslexia is a condition characterized by difficulties in correctly forming words, recalling or identifying letters, numbers, and colors. In young children, it may also manifest as struggles in learning nursery rhymes or playing rhyming games.

Source: Scholarshipregion

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