She was said to have died on Tuesday July 14 due to head injuries she sustained after she was hit by a friend's car at the Nigerian Airforce base, Kaduna.
She was said to have been hit by an old classmate who was reversing her car.
Nigerians though find this mysterious, with lots of unanswered questions like
1. Who hit her?
2. Where there any witnesses?
3. How fast was the person driving?
4. She couldn't see the car coming?
However, her sister stated that late miss Arotile earlier received a call from an officer at the NAF base, telling her to come over, which according to the sister, she was reluctant to go.
The NAF on Friday, July 17 stated that it was investigating the mysterious death of her dedicated officer, adding that two persons suspected to have a hand in her death have been arrested.
This was stated by the NAF Director of Public Relations, Commodore Ibikunle Daramola. Arotile's burial arrangements have been scheduled for Thursday the 23rd of July.
While investigations are still ongoing, we all hope that Late Arotile's gentle soul rests in peace.
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