“Whoever it is praying for me, don’t stop, it’s working. I joined the elite group of 7% of female and 1% of black female pilots in the world. It’s an exhilarating, yet surreal feeling to introduce myself to the world as a Pilot,” she wrote.
Barbara Porter wrote: “Amazing, well done! Keep inspiring the young black females 😊.”
Porter, who is Registrar at Sydenham High School, London, England went further to invite Izuchukwu to come talk at a girls independent school she works for in SE London. According to her, the school regularly arranges talks for the girls, especially from typically male oriented careers
Gary Green on his part wrote: “Congratulations. You are blessed and gifted. Please continue to inspire everyone and think about your next level of success. You’re not done growing yet and I look forward to hearing about your next achievement. Very proud of you and your example for others. Gary.”
Kimberly Moore, a Claims Investigator at the State of Indiana, wrote: “My 7 year old mentioned the other day how she would like to fly an airplane (something I’ve always wanted to do). It’s great for her to have representation in the skies!!!
These are just a very responses to the post that attracted about 5,000 comments and about 120, 000 reactions at the time we connected to her page.
What a great achievement for Miracle Izuchukwu, now a pilot with American Airlines in Philadelphia, Penslavania.
She is truly awesome and a pride to both Nigeria and the United States of America. And we join in celebrating this beauty and brain named Miracle.