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Was Nigerian first female combat helicopter pilot murdered?, NAF arrests 2 suspects in connection

The demise of Nigerian first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, is no longer a strange news.

Many speculations and controversies on media has surrounded her death, leaving the question if she might have been murdered or died a natural death.

Although, the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) had issued a statement attributing Arotile's death to a road traffic accident after she ran into a classmate who on excitement hit Arotile while on reverse motion in a vehicle. Many people were puzzled about how a vehicle in motion could have hit an active Air Force Flying Officer, not to talk of how such incident took place at the NAF's base in Kaduna.

Well!, only the Nigerian Air Force can clear all doubts surrounding Arotile's death.

Meanwhile, from the latest insights spotted in Saharareports, the Nigerian Air Force has issued another statement regarding Arotile's death through its Director of Public Relations, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola.

According to the statement, two suspects has been arrested in connection with Arotile's death. The suspects, two boys, are in custody of the NAF.

This might be an interesting puzzle for all to solve as we await the NAF'S final statement on the actual cause of Arotile's death.

Is it possible that Arotile was murdered?, only the NAF can answer this as we await their investigation findings.

Meanwhile, Arotile a native of Ijumu Local Government Area of Kogi state, is to be buried on July 23, at the National Military Cemetery in Abuja. She was 23 years of age at her demise.

May her gentle soul rest in peace. Arotile's impact on our dear country will not be forgotten. "Adieu" to an heroine.

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