The Nigeria Airforce first Helicopter pilot was allegedly killed by her secondary school classmate identified as Nehemiah Adejoh, who was alleged to have knocked down Tolulope while he was reversing his car.
In a statement released by the spokesperson of the Nigeria Airforce, Ibikunle Daramola, who explained that Nehemiah knocked down Tolulope while she was coming from Mammy market, ,in a bid to exchange pleasantries with her after he saw her passing by at the Nigerian Airforce Base in Kaduna. It was reported that upon sighting Tolulope, the suspect reversed his Sorento SUV so he can greet the Victim, in the process he knocked her down with the Sorento SUV with registration number AZ 478 MKA, which unfortunately led to the death of the officer.
The identity of the suspect was revealed by the spokesperson of the Nigeria Airforce, Ibikunle Daramola. According to him, the suspect was confirmed dead at the NAF hospital, as a result of the head injuries she sustained due to the accident. He further disclosed that case will be transferred to the police for further investigations.
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