Late Tolulope is gone, Just like that.
Her death left many Nigerians mourning especially the family, friends and Nigeria Air Forces (NAFs).
The Nigeria Air Forces (NAFs) has set to bury the remains of the first Nigeria Air Forces (NAFs) female Combat Helicopter pilot late Tolutope who died on a motor accident on Tuesday 14th of July 2020 when Air Force secondary school classmate was reversing vehicle to greet her.
Her remain was said to be buried with full military honours at National Cemetery Abuja on 23rd of July 2020.
The Nigeria Air Force (NAF) made this disclosure on Friday when Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Air Marshal Sadique Abubarka received some members of Federal Executive Council and the members of the the National Assembly who visited him at the National Headquarter NAF at various time, Thursday 16th July 2020, to commiserate with him over the demise of the young NAF pilot.
The demise of the the first Nigeria Air Force Helicopter pilot Tolulope Arotile is a big lost to the family, friends, NAF, and Nigeria at large.
But I think 23rd is too close for her burial.
The NAF should have shifted the burial date a bit, so as to carry out the appropriate investigations on the cause of her death.
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