Tolulope Arotile aged 24 years, who died on the 14th of July 2020, according to the Nigerian Air Force that announced her death, was the first female combat helicopter pilot of the Nigerian Air Force.
Sources have it that Tolulope Arotile died after she sustained head injuries, when a former school friend accidentally hit her with her car while trying to reverse and greet her.
Senator Shehu Sani also took to his Twitter account to write a condolence message and about the loss.
He wrote: “It’s sad to learn that few minutes after I passed the NAF Airforce Base Kaduna, a tragic accident happened which took away the life of one of Nigeria’s finest and first female combat Helicopter Pilot, Tolulope Arotile.
A great loss to our country. May her soul Rest In Peace.”
It is very sad to have lost such a young great icon. May her soul Rest In Peace, and may God give her family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Meanwhile, let’s look at more cute photos of Tolulope Arotile before her death.
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