Nigerian politician and lawyer Femi Fani Kayode has taken to his twitter handle to talk about the death of Nigeria first ever female combat helicopter pilot saying
"Who is this best friend & what is his/her name? I suspect that Tolu was murdered & the truth is bring covered up. I urge the Chief of Air Staff to investigate this matter thoroughly. So much is being read into it &it does not augur well for the reputation of the Air Force."
Fani Kayode is not the first to speak about this as we have seen Nigerian investigative journalist Kemi Olunloyo also making statement similar to that of Fani Kayode.
And these are the the reactions from some of his followers.
The official info on d helicopter pilot's death is an intriguingly interesting story concocted by some fools for fools to believe. Her death was a planned deal &same ought to be thoroughly investigated to unearth d truth. They're some Nigerians who have vowed that others won't be
A car reversing at what speed within the baracks?So while the car was reversing she stood glued to the ground and couldn't get out of harms way?A combat officer that has been trained to have a very high sense of observation and to be security conscious... Hmmm
A combat fighter that was trained to escape a jet using a parachute. So sad. This should be investigated.
To me her death was a planned murder, i can't still believe this story
Even those in kindergarten won't believe it
The north is a burden the south must do away with. The marriage of inconvenience is irredeemable. That young promising lady was murdered by same northern conspiracy that undermined our progress as southerners.
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