See 14 Cute Photos Of Tolulope Arotile Before Her Death (Photos)
By Newsaway | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 5377 views
The whole nation and family of Mr Arotile continue to mourn the demise of first-ever female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile who died on Tuesday following the car accident she had at kaduna.
Tolulope Arotile was born and brought up by her parents in Kogi state, Nigeria. She aged 24 years, who died on Tuesday. The death of Tolulope Arotile was officially announced to the public by Nigerian Air Force.
According to reliable source, said that Tolulope died after she sustained head injury which led to her death. She was involved in a fatal accident when a formal classmate inadvertently hit her. She was hit by her friend in the process of car reverse as both of them tried to greet each other.
Senator Shehu Sani also has taken to his social media page to write a condolence message and about the loss.
He wrote: “It’s sad to learn that few minutes after I passed the NAF Airforce Base Kaduna, a freaky accident occurred which took away the life of one of Nigeria’s finest and first female combat Helicopter Pilot, Tolulope Arotile.
A great loss to our country. May her soul Rest In Peace.”
The Nigeria Airforce continue to mourn her death because she has contributed a lot of efforts in fighting insurgents and armed bandits in north central.
Meanwhile, let’s look at more beautiful pictures of Tolulope Arotile before her death.
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