A painful and saddening moment for everyone, and especially to the family of the deceased, after Nigeria's first female pilot died, and the father in tears, according to Sahara reporters, said he spoke with her at around 1pm that day, while also noting that she should return home on time, as he shared the last brief moment he had with his daughter.
Mr. Akintunde Arotile, who is the father of Nigeria's first female pilot, Tolulope Arotile, who died on the Tuesday 14th July has spoken about the conversation he had with her, speaking to Sahara reporters, he said he called her on Tuesday, around 1pm after she just returned from an operation in Katsina, he said she told him that later on, she will go out to make copies of some documents, then he however said he informed her to not stay long, so as to return back home on time, as she was staying with her elder sister. The father said he was called again by 5pm, asking if he had spoken with his daughter, and he said he had, and was informed later on, about the tragic incident that befell his daughter.
However, according to reports, it was gathered that, the first female pilot, Tolulope Arotile, who was 25 years old died due to head injuries which she sustained from a road accident at "NAF" base, Kaduna, and unfortunate died. The father who was informed by one of her bosses, that she was in the mortuary, said he thanked God that she had fulfilled her dreams of becoming a pilot as she had the ambitions right from when she was a kid, he said. What a grieving moment. May her gentle soul rest in peace. What's your opinion towards this, put your thoughts in the comment section below
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