27 Nigerian students have graduated from the Royal Jordanian Air Academy, RJAA, in Jordan.
Among the 27 students, 25 of them completed the requirements for engineeringstructures and aircraft engines.
Commenting on the feat, the director general of RJAA, Mohammed Khawaldeh, said the good relationship between the two countries makes
the cooperation in the field of aviation much easier and
He congratulated the graduates and wished them the best of
luck in the aviation industry.
In his words, “the good relationship between our two countries makes
our cooperation in the field of aviation much easier and
Khawaldeh noted that the RJAA adopts high standards and keeps pace with technological advancements in the aviation world to prepare qualified pilots and aircraft technicians.