See What Sadiya Umar Farouk Said About Late Tolupo Arotile The First Nigerian Female combat Helicopter Pilot
The minister of humanitarian affairs,disaster management and social development Sadiya Umar Farouq while mourning the death of Tolupo Arotile said this week was a sad one for her as a mother and public servant following the untimely death of Tolupo Arotile,the 24years wave-making Nigerian Air Force officer who was Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot.
She said as a public servant whose remit revolves around privileging the youths of Nigeria in achieving the government's social development mandates, Tolu's life, achievements and a colades stand as a testimonial to the potential and promise of our young people as leaders of tomorrow.
She described her as a shining star,a beacon of hope and an example of all that is possible when when our youth apply themselves.She furthers that she is impressed by her achievements as a woman making her mark and recording giant strides in a male dominated environment.
According to her, in the company of President Muhammadu Buhari, other well-meaning Nigerians she joined in celebrating Arotile who she described as unique Nigerian Patriot.
Sadiya said she joined the world commemorating with her team and celebrating Nigerian youth for their resilience and doggedness in striving on despite the challenges posted by Covid-19.
She finally asked Almighty God to Grant her soul eternal rest as well as comfort to her family and fellow airmen and women.
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