The spokesman was reported to have said "Nehemiah Adejoh, Mr Igbekele Folorunsho and Mr Festus Gbayegun, drove past her in a Kia Sorento SUV, with Registration Number AZ 478 MKA,”
Mr. Adejoh noticed the flying officer on the side walk, he stopped abruptly and engaged the reverse gear in a bid to meet up with Miss Arotile but he crash into her in the process running over some part of her body.
The late 24 years old Arotile was said to be the suspects former class mate and that he reversed to meet her in an apparent attempt for a reunion.
The Airforce preliminary report indicates that Mr. Adejoh and the other two occupants of the car are civilians who only visited an Air force officer inside the base before the accident.
A visit to the tweeter handle of Mr. Nehemiah Adejoh shows that he a Chelsea fan, a lover of music and a Christian as indicated in his profile.
Nigerians have been spinning alot of conspiracy theories around Miss Arotile's death but with the report of the preliminary investigation released by the Nigeria Airforce, it will help to clear some air till a full report is released.
May her soul rest in peace.
Sources: Saharareporters, The Cable.
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