Just this morning the minister of humanitarian affairs, and disaster management named Sadiya Farouq, wrote a message on her official Twitter account telling everyone how the death of the flying officer named, Tolutope Arotile who died in a motor accident is a big loss to her, and the entire Government. She said the death of Tolutope Arotile has been saddening for her, as a mother and as a public servant.
She also said that she is joining hands with the Federal Government, including President Muhammadu Buhari and other well meaning Nigerians, to celebrate Tolutope Arotile and they are also asking her soul to gain eternal rest and comfort.
After writing the message on Twitter, Nigerians who are not happy with her, because of the stipends that has not been paid blast her, and told her to pay the stipends. A lot of them replied her negatively and told her to pay the stipends.
Read her words below
Read some reactions of angry Nigerians below
What is your opinion about this?
Do you think they should have treat her in this way and do you think Nigerians did the right thing to insult her?
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