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'DSS Should Investigate TOLU's Relationship With Two Ex-Classmates'--Kemi Olunloyo (Screenshots)

Dr. Kemi Olunloyo has added her voice to the call for a proper investigation into the cause of the death of the young and promising Combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile.

The 23-year-old Tolu Arotile was Nigeria's first ever female combat helicopter pilot. She was the proud owner of the record before she reportedly lost her life in a car accident in the Nigerian Air Force base in Kaduna a few days ago.

The car that killed Tolu was said to be driven by a former Air Force secondary school classmate of hers, who was reversing to greet her.

A lot of calls have come through from different departments for proper investigation into the reason for her death, and just recently, the popular journalist, a well respected voice in the field of journalism, Dr. Kemi Olulonyo joined the call as she asked for the help of the DSS to involve themselves in the investigation. She did this through her twitter handle by saying;

"The DSS should get involved in the death of TOLU Arotile and investigate her relationship with two ex-classmates and her recent missions to katsina fighting vicious bandits.. I know what I'm saying"

The late pilot was truly an important part of the fight against armed bandits in some affected states in the North Central region of Nigeria.

It was reported that she had died from the injuries sustained from the friend's car that was reversing to greet her.

Joining Dr. Kemi Olunloyo, some of the followers too showed how unconvinced they were about the report of the pilot's death.

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DSS Kemi Olulonyo Kemi Olunloyo Nigerian Air Force TOLU Arotile


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