Meet The Civilian Who Mistakenly Killed Late Pilot Arotile (Pictures)
By InstaUpdates | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 82335 views
Late Tolulope Arotile's death days ago hasn't left the minds of curious persons, hence the investigations which followed suit. Many things were revealed after the investigation. Most especially, that of her old friend, who hit her unknowingly before she passed out.
Arotile's accident happened while returning from a Market in the evening and her old secondary school mate, Nehemiah Adejoh (M) alongside his friends Igbekele Folorunsho (M) and Festus Gbayegun (M). The euphoria of seeing an old friend led to her the unforseen accident.
According to reports, Late Arotile stopped by to say hi to him but Nehemiah, who was happy an in an attempt to meet up with her while handling the steering mistakenly reversed and ran over late Arotile. The Force which knocked her landed her on a pavement where she sustained more injuries.
Late Arotile was immediately rushed to the hospital but was pronounced dead afterwards.
Let the dead be but, say a word or two wishing her safe rest.
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