"A Great Loss" - See More Photos Of The Beautiful Nigerian Air Force Lady Who Died From An Accident
By Davmasblog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1874 views
We all recieved the sad news, that the Nigerian Air Force, and the family of Late Tolulope Arotile were thrown into mourning, after the young lady who was one of the best graduating student from the Nigerian Air Force Academy lost her life.
We all know that the cold hand of death is no respecter of anyone, regardless of age, size, gender. This was sadly what happens to this Nigerian Pilot Tolulope Arotile.
It was reported, that the accident occured in the air force base, as a car which was on reverse accidentally hit her, she lost her life some hours later.
Tolulope Arotile was Nigeria's first Female Combat Helicopter pilot, she has gone on several missions and returned successfully, she however lost her life due to a car accident.
See her photos below.
Her death brought lots of reactions from twitter. See Reactions Below.
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
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