NAF: Identity And Face Of The Person Who Killed "Tolulope Arotile" Have Been Revealed By NAF
By DēēxTinyMke | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 114 views
The face and identity of the person who drove the car that killed Tolulope Arotile, in Nigerian first combat helicopter pilot, has been reviewed by the NAF - Nigerian Air Force.
Arotile was allegedly reported to have died in a freak accident on Wednesday 15th July 2020, meanwhile, various personalities, bodied and groups have come together on the investigation of her death.
The Nigeria Air Force (NAF) commenced an investigation on the death of Arotile. During the time of service, Arotile participated in major operations, especially against bandits.
At a briefing in FCT on Sunday, the air force spokeman, Mr. Ibikunle Daramola, gave the name of the person who drove the car that killed Arotile as Nehemiah Adejoh, an ex classmate of the deceased.
Arotile died just when her career was taking shape. Meanwhile, Daramola explained that after Arotile left the market, was when the former classmate sighted her and was about to greet her when he unfortunately knocked her to death.
Daramola said the classmate immediately rushed her to the hospital, where the doctor on duty pronounced her dead.
Below is a photo and name of the Classmate who killed Arotile, the Nigerian first combat h helicopter pilot.
Nehemiah Adejoh is his name.
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