The whole of Nigeria is in a state of morning as the news of the death of a beautiful young pilot hits the internet. The flying officer, Tolulope Arotile is the first female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria. Even the President, Muhammadu Buhari commended her bravery in the field to ensure that this great country is safe against the onslaught of terrorists.
However Senator Dino Melaye who is an Ex-senator of Kogi state failed to make any statement on the news of the young pilot who also happened to be under his constituency. His fans blasted him yesterday for not showing any kind of acknowledgement to the late pilot.
The former senator has therefore finally made a tweet about this great loss yesterday, see his tweet below:
Nigerians are yet to get over her loss as heartfelt reactions poured out into the comment section, see some of their reactions below:
I doubt if she can be replaced in who she's been to Nigeria!
We've indeed lost a hero.
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