PHOTOS: Bereaved Parents of the late Flying Officer, Tolulope Arotile in Tears During Onoja's Visit
By BishopCharlie | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 81844 views
The parents of the deceased Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile were in a sad state of mourning when an entourage of the Kogi state Government paid them a condolence visit at their GRA residence in Lokoja. The delegation was led by the Deputy Governor, Chief David Edward ONOJA and the Secretary to the State Government.
Tolulope Arotile, a Kogi state indigene from Ijumu local government area in the western part of the state died as a result of an accident at the Air force base in Kaduna.
Until her death, she was the first female Nigerian fighter pilot. Her death has drawn condolences and mourning from all and sundry; including President Muhammadu Buhari who described her death as shocking and a great loss to the nation.
While we pray that her soul finds rest, let us continue to pray that the Almighty will console her family in this difficult moment.
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