Nigerian Airforce Director of Public Relations and Information, Ibikunle Daramola, revealed this in a press briefing in Abuja. He identified one Mr Nehemiah Adejoh as the killer who had driven the vehicle that hit Nigerians first female battle helicopter pilot.
The Nigerian Airforce representative said that the late Arotile had met three of her previous classmates at the Airforce secondary school presently (Airforce Comprehensive School) Kaduna upon the arrival of the sad episode.
He said that Mr Nehemiah Adejoh, Mr Bekele folorunsho and Mr Festus Gbayegun, were en route to visit one Mrs Chioma Ugwu.
"Upon perceiving their classmate, Mr Adejoh, who was driving, switched the vehicle, apparently trying to rapidly get together with the deceased, who was strolling the other way. In the process, the vehicle struck flying officer Arotile from the back, wrecking her with critical power and making her hit her head on the asphalt. The vehicle at that point ran over pieces of her body as it veered off the street past the kerb and unto the asphalt causing her further wounds".
Daramola said that after she was rushed to the Nigerian Airforce medical clinic in the base and was affirmed dead at 04:45 pm.
It was found later that the driver of the vehicle Mr Nehemiah Adejo, did not have a legitimate drivers permit.
"Being a common cause, the issue will be given over to the Nigerian Police so they can charge the suspects to court". He included.
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