Melody Milicent Danquah is the first-ever Ghanaian female pilot to emerge from the African Nations in 1964. Danquah was educated at the Methodist Primary and Middle schools in Larteh and Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast.
After, she succeeded as an Flt. Cadet after her Aerospace training on how to pilot Aircraft and the first black to flew Solo in a de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk Aircraft June 22, 1964. Black women have been doing amazing stuff and reaching higher heights not today. The African Nations are proud of you, Melody Milicent 🙏🥰❤️
Portrait of Melody Milicent Danquah
Another black woman who set outstanding records in Aerospace storyline is Late Fg Officer Tolulope Arotile. We hope to see more women bagging international recognition home for their people. Black women are challenging, challenge your people.