The former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has taken to his social media platform to speak on the death of the Nigeria first female combat pilot, Tolu Arotile, who was said was knocked down by her best friends car on the Airforce Base. According to him, the story behind the death of Tolu, that her best friend car knocked her down is nonsensical.
The outspoken and controversial chieftain of the People Democratic Party, wrote via his Twitter handle, that Tolu was murdered and was not knocked down by his friend. He asked, who is this best best friend, and what is his/her name? He further urge the Chief of Air Staff to investigate this matter thoroughly. Read his tweets below.
The death of the highly celebrated 23 year old helicopter pilot, Tolu Arotile, is sad & tragic. She was courageous & formidable in battle, doing much harm to BH. The idea that she was killed by being knocked down on the Airforce Base by her best friends car is nonsensical.
Who is this best friend & what is his/her name? I suspect that Tolu was murdered & the truth is being covered up. I urge the Chief of Air Staff to investigate this matter thoroughly. So much is being read into it & it does not augur well for the reputation of the Air Force.
Justice must be done. May Tolu's soul rest in peace and may the Lord comfort her parents and family.
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