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Ghana’s Female Pilot Audrey Maame Esi Wins Young Achiever of The Year At The 2022 EMY Africa Awards

Audrey Maame Esi

Ghana’s Youngest Female Pilot, Audrey Maame Esi emerged winner of the Young Achiever Of The Year category at the 2022 EMY Africa Awards.

The event was held on Saturday, October 1, 2022, at the Grand Arena in Accra. It had in attendance distinguished personalities from diverse aspects (Sports, Technology, , and Agriculture) of life.

Gracing the event with impressive performances were South African stars Zahara, Akwaboah & Cina Soul, Kwabena Kwabena, and a few others.

Audrey Maame Esi was adjudged winner by the organizers of the Exclusive Men Of The Year Africa (EMY) Awards at its 7th edition.

Other reputable people who also won awards include Kofi Kinaata, Adjetey Annan, Tony Tometey, Ezekiel Yartel, and others awarded for their hard work in different fields.

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Audrey Maame Esi was born on 23rd February 1997. She had her basic education at the University of Ghana Basic School, Ghana Christian High School, and proceeded to Mach1 Aviation Academy in South Africa.

At the Aviation Academy, she obtained a commercial pilot license at the age of 21 and it’s the culmination of a three-year training program. She was enrolled in the outstanding Tertiary Institution when she was just 18 years old.

Esi who is Ghana’s youngest female pilot had her first solo flight with Mach1 Aviation Academy.

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“Apart from God and my parents, I owe
everything I am and everything I hope to be to school. Without the education I have received during my lifetime, the friends I have met and have networked with, the great teachers that have been there for me since day one, I would not be able to move on to a more positive place in my life. I would not be able to have a chance to even become a pilot, to be given a chance to inspire other children that whatever they dream of, they can actually be. Education has fulfilled me andl am a more positive person because of it” she recounted in a media interview.

She is currently the CEO of an aviation company called EXcel Aviation, with the dream to aid young women like her to fulfil their dreams.