Master Warrant Officer Enem Theophilus Aniemeka of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has emerged the overall best graduating doctorate student at the Babcock University, Ilishan Remo, Ogun State. The award was presented to the NAF personnel during the University's graduation ceremony, which held on 4 June 2017. MWO Aniemeka graduated with the highest Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.67 to receive the award. MWO Aniemeka defied all odds to enroll for the PhD Programme in Computer Science (Networking Telecommunication) in 2012 after having earlier bagged a Master of Science degree in Information Technology from the National Open University of Nigeria. The title of his thesis was "Transmission Control Protocol's Initial Congestion Window for Web Latency Reduction and Speedy Flows". The research work was able to propose solution to the problem of short lived connections in Internet network in Nigeria. This would potentially enable internet users in Nigeria to have better service by improving page loading time.
The NAF places a lot of premium on the educational development of its personnel, as reflected in the vision of the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, through one of the vision key drivers, which is "human capacity development through robust and result oriented training for enhanced professional performance". Accordingly, the NAF regularly releases its personnel to undertake relevant academic programmes in civil institutions.
MWO Aniemeka, who is is one of the beneficiaries of the NAF school release programme, is currently the Supervisor of the Computer Centre at 051 Personnel Management Centre at the NAF Base in Ikeja, Lagos.