Patricia Mawuli grew up in a mud shack in Ghana’s bush country. As a young girl, she would wistfully watch the planes pass overhead, wishing one day to fly one herself. In 2007, at the age of 21, she decided to break into the boy’s club that is Ghana’s flight industry. She walked to Kpong Airfield and asked for job. “I (told) her no, we don’t employ women,” recalls Jonathan Porter, the airfield’s technical director.…"Women who fly: African female pilot make history"