Nigerian Air Force Reveals The Identity Of The Alleged Killer Of The Late Flying Officer.
In a statement made today by the Director of Public Relation of The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), Ibikunle Daramola revealed the identity of the former classmate of the deceased flying officer, Tolulope Arotile.
The name of the suspected killer was revealed as Mr Nehemiah Adejoh and further stressed that the investigation into the case would be handed over to the Nigerian police for another round of investigation and possible prosecution.
it is believed that the Suspect, Mr Nehemiah Adejoh drove does not not have a driver's license yet he drove a car which killed Nigeria's first female combatant pilot, Tolulope Arotile.
It was also stated that the victim, Tolulope Arotile died as a result of head Injuries after she was allegly hit by a car that was driven by a former classmate in Kaduna.
Reacting to this, we hope that the Nigeria Police Force could conduct a pure and rapid investigation into the case as soon as possible in other to determine if the incident was an accident or an intentional act.
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