Saddest Moment On Internet As Nigerian Mourn Tolulope Arotile On Twitter. See Photos
By Thexporer | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2440 views
The first ever female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria TOLULOPE AROTILE died on the 14th of July, It has been a bad day for all of Nigeria as we have lose another hero. Not ordinary a hero but a great bandit fighter too. She died yesterday after sustaining head injury in a tragic motor accident along Kaduna road. Tolulope Arotile was decorated on 15 of October 2019 as the first female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian Air Force. Nigeria had really took their time to give her the last year she deserve as they keep tweeting her pictures and writing epistle for her. So sadden epistle was written for her, I don't know when I started crying as i reading the epistle.
Gone too soon at the age of 24.
A candle in the wind...
Your candle burned out long before, Your legend ever did.
See Nigerian Tweet on Twitter (take your time to read) RipToluArotile.
I pray your best photo won't be use as your obituary photo, and may you never died at an early age. Rip to tolulope.
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