NAKOSS, NYCN And NANS Paid A Condolence Visit To The Family Of Late Hero Tolupe Arotile(Photos)
When a Hero is gone, they whole nation is affected. They death of Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile since 14th till date. Her family still receives condolence visitations from different personalities, national bodies and associations.
Today the National body of National Association of Kogi State Students led by Comr. Enyo in partnership with National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) and National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) paid a condolence visit to the family of our late hero Tolulope Arotile.
According to report from Kogi State University Newsline, the visit was headed by Comr Alonge Israel Femi, NYCN Kogi State chapter. In his address he said: the death of Tolulope is a great loss to the Kogi State and Nigeria at large and urge the family to find solace in the impactful life of the young champion lived in the shortest while.
The NANS association representative, Comr. Noah Agada in his address to the family of the deceased, said: the late Flying star lived a life worthy of emulation, and had set a pace for other youths to follow.
NAKOSS National president pleaded with government to immortalize her legacies.
Meanwhile the mother of the deceased, Mrs. Arotile in her speech, thanked the students bodies for paying a condolence visit to late Flying Officer. In her words, she also advised the youths to live a life worthy of emulation just like her daughter.
Below are some of the pictures of the condolence visitation to late Flying Officer.
May your gentle soul rest in peace.
You are really a hero we cannot forget.
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