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Secondary school classmate who knock down Toluloptile at the NAF base has been revealed

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has announced the identity of the secondary school classmate who accidentally hit and kill Tolulope Arotile, Nigeria's first combat helicopter pilot.

Ibikunle Air Force spokesman Daramola allowed a man like Nehemiah Adejoh to appear at the Nigerian Air Force base in Cadiz.

In addition, Tolulope Arotile indicates that a decision will be made at the next meeting in the event of a tragic event.

Army statement:

"Officers transferred from Sabo to NAF Kaduna base by Arotile and her sister, Mrs. Adegboye from Sabo, threw her phone to escape to a house near the Deeased Alpha Ekele Instructor Pilots. She picked it up at Mammy Basic Market at 4:00 p.m. continued to carry.

"He returned from Mammy Market when he was 3 years old from his former classmates at the Air Force High School (now at the Air Force School; Festus Gbayegun is also studying) and gave him his SUV number. Kia Sorento Registration AZ 478 MKA.

"Recall that Ms. Adejoh, Ms. Folorunsho and Ms. Gbayegun may all be civilians to see at the NAF Kaduna base, but there are tires available to visit Ms. Chioma Ugwu and her husband Chua Egwu." Not the key.

"After meeting and passing Mr. Adejoh, a schoolmate of Arotili's, who was driving the car, he turned the vehicle over to meet the deceased quickly and easily. He struck and investigated the additional details.

"The flight officer Arotili then shot the nurse d'Emergencël E.

Flight Officer Arotili was confirmed to have died on July 14, 2020 at around 4.45pm by a doctor on call at 461 NAF Hospital.

"Trinity and messages. Nehemiah Adejoh, Igbekele Folorunsho and Festus Gbayegun were arrested at the beginning of the investigation by the Air Force, 453 Kaduna Service for alcohol or psychotropic substances. But you see that the driver is not Mr. Nehemiah Adejo. Only a valid driver's license.

"After further investigation, the preliminary investigation concluded that the death of the Flying Officer Arotil was caused by possible power trauma and intentional bleeding."

Case has now been transferred to the police for further investigation

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