The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has revealed the identity of the secondary school classmate who knocked down Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot Tolulope.
According to the air force spokesman Ibikunle Daramola, the name of the man who knocked her down was one Mr Nehemiah Adejoh and also, two other civilians were in the vehicle as at the time of the incident.
It was gathered that, the deceased was at the Base Mammy Market where she proceeded to laminate and photocopy some documents.
While returning from the Mammy Market, 3 of her former schoolmates at the Air Force Secondary School Kaduna identified as Mr Igbekele Folorunsho, Mr Nehemiah Adejoh and Mr Festus Gbayegun, drove past her.
Upon sighting their schoolmate, Mr Adejoh, who was driving then had to immediately reverse the vehicle in an attempt to quickly meet up with the Deceased, who was coming the opposite direction.
During the process, the vehicle hit her from the rear, knocking her down with a strong force, which made her to hit her head on the pavement.
The vehicle didn't stop there, for it also ran over parts of her body as it swerved off the road onto the pavement, causing her further severe injuries.
Mr Nehemiah Adejoh, Festus Gbayegun and Igbekele Folorunsho were immediately detained as investigations began.
During the investigation, It was discovered that the driver of the vehicle, Mr Nehemiah Adejo, did not have a valid driver’s license.
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