The Nigerian first ever female air Combat Tolulope Arotile who died from injuries sustained in a road accident has been praised severely for her wonderful impact on the country.
The president of Nigeria, Muhammad Buhari has mourned and also paid his tribute to her and her wonderful act in evading bandits and other terrorist during her service. He said she is a promising officer, whose short stay on earth impacted greatly on the nation at large.
He added, " I salutes Arotile's bravery in the field to protect the country from onslaught bandits and terrorists, assuring that her memory will be indelible and her efforts remembered."
The Nigerian Air force on their twitter page tweeted that, During her short but impactful stay in the service, late Arotile contributed significantly to the efforts to rid the north central states of armed bandits and other criminal elements by flying several combat missions under Operation Gama Aiki in Minna, Niger State".
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