The Nigerian Air Force on Sunday unveiled the identity of the driver of the vehicle that knocked down the Late Flying Officer Tolu Arotile after many days of speculations and waiting. His identity was revealed by Ibikunle Daramola, Nigerian Air Force Director of Public Relations during a report of preliminary investigation in the cause of the death of Arotile.
His name was released as Mr Nehemiah Adejoh.
Mr Nehemiah Adejoh is from the same state as the late Flying Officer Tolu Arotile - Kogi State.
Adejoh, as revealed on his Facebook profile was born on June 23, 1996 to the family of Mr and Mrs Adejoh. He is a civilian staff of Nigerian Air Force. He lives at Afaka in Kaduna State. He is single. He speaks Idoma, Igala and English.
Mr Nehemiah Adejoh attended Nigerian Air Force Comprehensive Secondary School, Kaduna and he was a class of 2012.
According Ibikunle Daramola, as reported by Sahara Reporters Mr Nehemiah Adejoh was driving in the company of Mr Igbekele Foloeunsho and Mr Festus Gbayegun, when he mistakenly knocked down Arotile who died from head injuries on Wednesday.
The three men in the vehicle were former classmates of the late Arotile at the Air Force Secondary School now Air Force Comprehensive School, Kaduna.
According to the report, Adejoh was driving within NAF Base Kaduna when he sighted the late Officer. After driving passed her, he decided to reverse to greet her. But unfortunately, he lost control of the vehicle which speedily hit down Arotile. This resulted in her death.
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