Damilola Adegboye, the close older sister of Tolulope Akosile, the first female fighter pilot in the history of the Nigerian Air Force to die on Tuesday, July 14, says the family is not convinced that she died in a strange accident. and is seeking a full-scale investigation into the cause of the accident.
The Nigerian Air Force released a statement saying Tolulope, 25, died when he was accidentally hit by the reversible vehicle of a harassed former high school classmate while trying to greet him. Tolulope is suspected of suffering head injuries that led to her death.
Adegboye, who spoke to Punch, wondered how the opposite of a vehicle could kill a person that way.
"We in the family are not convinced that Tolu can die just like that in a strange accident. I know that the army is well trained in the art of investigation, we want them to carry out a full investigation that can undoubtedly convince that the incident that led to his death was real. "
She said that the day of the incident, she and Arotile were sleeping in a room before receiving a call.
"She received a call on her phone that she chose, but from the way they spoke, I knew that the caller had to be a senior officer calling her to come to Air Force Base. She felt ready and I offered to remove.
An hour later, I read online that something serious had happened to him. "I couldn't believe that someone who had just left was dead," she explained.
Speaking also, Arotiles' mother walked the memory path of how she gave birth to him, describing him as a special child, adding that fasting and prayer were her hobbies.
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