NAF Finally Reveals Identity of Ex-Classmate Who Knocked Down First Female Combat Pilot (Photos).
The Nigerian Air Force has finally revealed the identity of the plan of the ex-classmate who knocked down First Nigeria's Female Combat Pilot, Tolulope Arotile.
The NAF revealed this to the public during a press briefing on Sunday afternoon in Abuja.
The Nigerian Air Force said the matter has also been handed over to the police because the case is a civil matter.
The PRO narrated that Tolulope Arotile met three of her classmates in the Air force Secondary School Kaduna on the day of the unfortunate event.
Nehemiah Adejoh, Igbekele Folorunsho, and Festus Gbayegun are the secondary school mates of the late officer. They are also civilians who came to pay a visit to someone in the military base.
The trio drove pass Tolulope Article, upon recognizing her, Adejoh who was driving the car speedily reversed in order to catch-up with Tolulope who was facing the opposite direction.
The Officer was knocked down with significant force in the process and she hit her head on the pavement. The vehicle also ran over her before the driver could notice what was going on.
Tolulope sustains serious injuries that led to her death a few hours after.
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