Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile was the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian airforce. She contributed significantly to combat operations against insecurities in the northern states of Nigeria. However tragedy struck Nigerian airforce on the 14 of July 2020 when reports came in that the young combat fighter was involved in an Accident and lost her live.
The 25 years old deceased officer was the first ever female combat officer in Nigeria and she was really an hardworking officer, unfortunately death didn't know all that. Tolulope Arotile who died on the 14th of July has been finally laid to rest in Abuja today. Tears galore was the order of the day as the deceased brilliant officer was finally laid to rest in Military cemetery, Abuja. See pictures below;people on social media couldn't also help but react to the final interment of the first ever female combat fighter, Arotile. See some of their reactions below;
@Ecocities: Sarah is being laid to rest today. To me she's a heroin"
@Fonie: her dreams has just been washed down the drain just like that"
See other reactions below:
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