“The journey was not that easy..” Engineer Amaole Ikechukwu
Good morning sir. This is Personality Friday With Mimi. Can we meet you?
My name is Engineer Amaole Ikechukwu. I hail from Imo state, still single but praying to mingle one day with the right person.
I’m easy going, love to have fun, and love meeting people.
So, what do you do?
I’m an Electrical / Electronics Engineer currently working with a IV fluid production company.
“IV fluid production company”
What’s the company about?
Intravenous fluid (drip).
The company produces IV fluid for commercial supply.
You said you love to have fun.
What’s your own definition of fun?
I watch movies, football, listen to my collections, play with my pc, do what I know best and also appreciating ladies arround my area for fun. Clubbing, not really but maybe once in a year.
Appreciating ladies around your area for fun.
Sounds like an attribute of a playboy rephrased in grand style.
I’m a gentleman but you know ladies need attention and it has to be given to them.
What made you go for electrical engineering and not maybe civil engineering?
I’ve always wanted to study engineering because I loved physics and mathematics in secondary school but I went for electrical/electronics because of lucrativeness.
What has been your most challenging time as an engineer?
Engineering doesn’t keep you in one location, I was always relocating to different cities because of work.
At a time, I said to myself “is this how things gonna always be?” but as time went on, I learnt to accept it.
And sometimes it’s always stressful.
Have you ever regret being an electrical engineer?
Not at all.
I’ve always had passion for it.
How would you describe your journey towards being an engineer?
The journey was not that easy, so many ups and downs.
From school days, thorough sleepless nights, thorough studies, we made so many sacrifices but in the end it was worth it.
Now I actually love and enjoy what I do.
Despite the ups and downs, what kept you moving?
God, the desire to become an Engineer, to impact lives and the passion.
So, what do you have to say to other youths out there?
Be focused, believe in God, learn skills, and be hardworking.