Before now, it was made known that Tolulope Arotile, was side walking by the road side in Nigerian Air Force Base, Kaduna State, before she was killed following a car accident.
After her death, it was made known that the accident that killed her was a mistake, as it was made known that the man who killed her with his car, Mr Nehemiah Adejoh, was her ex classmate back then in Air Force secondary school, Kaduna State.
The day the incident happened, it was revealed that the man wanted to greet her, as he was excited seeing her, but unfortunately while he was reversing his car to greet her, it accidentally crushed her, of which she sustained head injury that led to her death.
Today, NAF showed his face to Nigerians, as he has also been handed over to the Nigerian Police for further investigations, concerning the death of the Nigeria's first female combat pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile.
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