Nigerians in both home and diaspora are still shocked about the death of a promising officer of the Nigerian Air Force. The death of this innocent hardworking exceptional young officer is hard to believe.
Her untimely death plunged her family, friends, colleagues, associates, state, country and organization into the ocean of sorrow. The Nigerian Air Force had never thought she would be losing such a brilliant, intelligent, smart,hardworking and diligent officer that soon.
The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Sadiq Abubakar in mourning the Late Flying Officer Arotile yesterday, described the young officer as a very intelligent, disciplined, confident and courageous young officer who added value wherever she served.
"She was a very intelligent, disciplined, confident & courageous young officer who added value wherever she served. As a squadron pilot in Operation GAMA AIKI in Minna, Niger State, she flew her quota of anti-banditry combat missions to ensure a safer, more secured Nigeria." The CAS wrote.
In reacting to the news of her death, Nigerians are calling on the air branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces to do a through investigation as there was something fishy in there.
A reader identified as Irewa- Aker in reacting to an article written by one Emmanuel of Opera news said and I quote, "ha! wasted effort. this world is cruel. I know it is not ordinary, there's hand in her death. Her parents caused this, they should have soaked her in prayers and fasting. But they just relaxed,they forgot there is condition, jealousy and envy. And some people can go extra miles to cause ones downfall. hmm! what do I have to say again? my heart is heavy and filled with tears because your journey was caught short. destiny not filed and wasted. RIP my genius."
Below are some other reactions to the post;
My prayer is that,the Lord will grant her family,friends, colleagues and Organization the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. It's indeed heartbreaking.
Rest on Tolulope Arotile.... You will be greatly missed.
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