This is What Will Happen to Arotile's Killer After Nigerian Air Force Reveals His Identity.
The Nigerian Air Force authority has revealed what will happen to Nehemiah Adejoh, the ex-classmate of the First Female Combat Helicopter Pilot in Nigeria, Tolulope Arotile, who knocked her down with his car inside the military base in Kaduna State.
According to the Nigerian Air Force Spokesman who addressed the press on Sunday afternoon in Abuja, Nehemiah Adejoh, the driver who hit Tolulope and two other persons, has been transferred to the Nigerian Police Force for more investigation and prosecution because there are all civilians.
The authority narrated that the unfortunate event which happened last week in the military base in Kaduna State was shocking and sad.
Nehemiah Adejoh and two other persons who are civilians came to pay a visit to someone in the military base, on their way out, they drove pass their secondary schoolmate who happened to be the first female combat pilot in Nigeria, Tolulope Arotile. The driver speedily reversed to catch up with the late officer who was facing the opposite side.
The driver mistakenly knocks Tolulope from behind and she hit head on the pavement. The vehicle also stepped on her before she was finally rescued.
Tolulope was severely injured and died moments after.
Tolulope was just 24 years old before her death and she was very brilliant and instrumental in the war against Insurgency and banditry in the country.
Her death has created serious controversies in the country.
May her soul rest in peace.
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