A young Nigerian man has made his country proud by reportedly becoming the youngest Nigerian to fly a United States of America Air Force plane.
Proud father and his son
A Facebook user identified as Elizabeth Umo, has taken to the social networking platform to share some photos and revealed how a young Nigerian man shown the world what Nigerians are made of, by making his mark on the American Air Force.
She revealed that the 19-year-old man identified as David Imoh Umoette, who is an officer in the American Air Force, reportedly became the youngest Nigerian to ever fly the American Squadron Flight 331.
.It was gathered that the 19-year-old had joined the American Air Force in 2016, when he was just 17 years old in Houston, Texas.
According to Umo, the young US military official is a relative of Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom state.
It was reported that Umoette had his training in Lackland Air Force base in the United States. His father, Aniekan Tim Umoette, works at the United States Law Enforcement and Department of State Security Personnel.
She shared the photos and wrote: “Governor Udom Emmanuel’s nephew breaks record, as the youngest Nigerian to fly the American Squadron Flight 33.
Governor Udom Emmanuel’s nephew, David Imoh Umoette, a 19 year old from Awa in ONNA LGA of Akwa Ibom State, has broken the record as the youngest Nigerian to ever fly the SQUADRON FLIGHT 331 of the American Air Force.
David and his father
David Umoette joined the American Air Force in 2016 at the age of 17 in Houston Texas, where he was born, he had his training in Lackland Air Force base, in the USA. David, who is the son of Mr. Aniekan Tim Umoette, who works in United States Law enforcements and Department of State Security personnel, and holds a Bsc in criminology and masters degree in Healthcare Management from the prestigious American Intercontinental University. Mr. Tim is the founder of Mboho Mkparawa Ibibio in the United States of America. Congratulations my brother, may God continue to protect you, thanks for making us proud.”