The whole nation and the family of Mr. Arotile continue to mourn the death of Tolulope Arotile, the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria. As every one is mourning her death, her immediate sister, Damilola Adegboye has urge the authorities to carry out preliminary investigation concerning the circumstances sorounding her death.
According to the interview she had with NAN on Thursday said that the family is devastated by the death of her sister and wonder how a normal car reverse could kill a person just like that.
According to her, she said her family is not convinced about the death of Tolulope Arotile and she know the Nigerian Airforce is well specialize in the art of thorough investigation.
"we want them to carry out thorough investigation that can convince us beyond all doubts that the incident that led to his death was real.
She also said that she was sleeping when she received a call informing her about the death of her sister and the way the caller sounded she knew it was one of her senior officer.later on she saw a post online Concerning the death of Tolulope Arotile who just had a freaky accident.
Also speaking,the mother of Tolulope, went down memory lane about how she gave birth to her describing her as a special child who fasting and prayer was her hubby.
Meanwhile the Kogi state house of assembly has called on the state government to immortalize her.
May her gentle soul rest in peace,Amen.
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