Nigeria's first ever female combat helicopter pilot dies at 23.
By Belemy | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4 views
Tragic, Nigeria's first ever female combat helicopter pilot dies at 23.
Nigeria's first ever female combat helicopter pilot Officer Tolulope Arotile,has died in a road traffic accident at the Nigeria Air force (NAF) base in kaduna after sustaining head injuries from a road traffic accident.
She was sworn as a combat helicopter pilot in the Air force following the graduation from her course in south Africa, her death wasn't even up to a year after that.
Her death was further confirmed by the NAF Director of public relations and information who stated that she was the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in the service.
We know this is a sad news for her family and Nigerians, we know how sad her family is going to be now and the whole of Nigeria sympathizez with them, the feat she achieved wasn't easy, yet her soul was taken at such a tender age, we hope she finds rest in heaven and may the lord console her family and they mourn her.
If you are a true Nigerian say a word or condolence and prayer for her as she rest peacefully in heaven.
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