Death is inevitable, it's a debt we all have to pay and when the time comes it doesn't matter if we are ready it not, to this end I employ us all to always do good and always put it at the back of our mind that our stay on this earth is temporary and whatever we achieved before we go is all that people will remember us for. Some months ago, the Nigerians air Force lost one of it's shining light in the person of flying officer Tolulope Arotile( the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in the history of Nigeria
Tolulop's Death: I did Not Kill Her Deliberately, I was Just Revising And Mistakenly Hit her- Adejoh
It is almost a month and some days now since Nigeria lost the first female helicopter combat the country has ever produced due to the accident that took her life. Tolulope Arotile as she's called hailed from kogi state Nigeria and she was the first female helicopter combat Nigeria has ever produced. However, on the 11th of July last month she was knocked down by a moving vehicle and that led to her departure from this life. However, recently, the driver who was said to be responsible for her death in the person
Arotile died from head injuries sustained in a road accident at the Nigeria Airforce (NAF) base in the northwestern state of Kaduna. She was 24 years of age. Punch reports that Arotile was hit by a car driven by a former classmate who wanted to say hello to her.. During her short stay in the service, the late Arotile have contributed a lot and her effort to rid the north central state of armed bandit and other criminal investigations by flying several combat mission under the GAMA AiKi in Minna Niger state.
It seems we are yet to hear last about Tolulope Arotile first-ever Nigeria female helicopter fighter who died after sustaining a head accident from an auto crash about two months ago. Nearly two months after the death of the Arotile, the Nigerian Airforce has decided to immortalized the late article as CAS commissioner infrastructure projects in port Harcourt. See photos of building name after late Arotile; Remember that Arotile died at the Nigerian Airforce base Kaduna after she was mistakenly knockdown by
Early last month, Nigeria mourned the death of the first female combat pilot, Flying Officer, Tolulope Arotile, after she was hit by a vehicle driven by her ex-class mate. Two of the three suspects arrested for causing the death of Arotile, has been set free by the Chief Magistrates’ court sitting in Kaduna state. Neheniah Adejor, who drove the car that Knocked down Arotile, will be charged with culpable homicide and criminal conspiracy but with a no death sentence. Culpable homicide in some jurisdictions,
Flight Lieutenant Chiroma Haruna Gadzama is the pilot who drove the military aircraft King Air 350 that crashed shortly after taking off from the Abuja runway after reporting engine failure, the aircraft enroute Minna.
A comic book named 'Girls Can Fly' has been released to pay tribute to late flying official, Tolulope Arotile. Arotile who was Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot passed on in a mishap on July 14, 2020, in Kaduna State at 24 years old. The Heroes Comic Series was dispatched on Friday by the Chief of Air Staff (CAS) of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar at an occasion arranged by the Ministry of Youths and Sports in association with 'I Choose Life Foundation.' The comic
Nehemiah Adejoh, the suspect who drove the vehicle that executed and killed Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile has said he never meant to murder the flying official and that it is by mistake. The suspect told a Kaduna magistrate court on Thursday, August 20, that he erroneously ran over the deceased, as reported by the Daily Trust. Adejoh was said to be the one behind the wheel of the vehicle that thumped down Arotile on July 11 before she was articulated dead at the Nigerian
OPINION: 49 Days After Her Death- 5 Notable Feats Of Arotile, Nigerians Won't Forget In Next Century 49 Days ago, we were once again reminded of the gloom that befell the country July 14th, when the young combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, was reported dead. Tolulope is the first female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria. At the age of 24, she had already set a record that no woman in the country had set before. She was one of the greatest female in Nigeria But unfortunately, death came too early and
Here and now we are recalling and remembering our one and only ever female helicopter pilot in Nigeria, who death as a result of road accident around Kaduna. TOLOLOPE AROTILE Born on 13 December 1995 in Kaduna State, Arotile attended the Air Force Primary School, Kaduna, from 2000 to 2005 and the Air Force Secondary School, Kaduna, from 2006 to 2011, before she gained admission into the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna. Arotile was commissioned into the Nigerian Air Force as a pilot officer on 16 September 2017
Two of the three suspects connected to the killing of Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile, have been set free by a magistrate court in Kaduna. The suspects were released after the prosecution told the court on Thursday, August 20, that police investigation did not find them wanting. The prosecution also disclosed that the legal advice from the state’s office of the director of public prosecutions stated that the suspects had no case to answer The police, however,
Lessons to learn from the life of Tolulope Sarah Arotile. Tolulope, Sarah, Oluwatoyin, Arotile was born December 13th 1995, into the family of Mr Akintunde Arotile in Kaduna state. She was the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigeria Airforce. She gained admission into the Nigeria Defence Academy Kaduna. Arotile Tolulope was commissioned into the Nigeria Airforce as a pilot in September 2017, she had her bachelor's degree in mathematics. She became the first ever female pilot in October 2019.
It was a terrible day all over the country when the death of the Nigeria first female combat helicopter pilot was announced last month. She reportedly died from the serious head injury sustained, after she was knocked down by a vehicle driven by Mr Nehemiah Adejo inside the NAF base in Kaduna. The two brothers Mr. Nehemiah Adejo and Mr David Adejo were detained over the death of Tolulope Arotile. And police later arraigned them to a Magistrate court in Kaduna. One of them, Nehemiah Adejo, was charged with causing
Sunday, 21st February, 2021 has labelled itself Tragic as Nigeria mourn epic death of Military personnels.If there is any Sect in Nigeria that have been victims of casualties consecutively, It is definitely the Milliatary sect.
The Nigerian Air force had earlier promised to immortalized and honour the memory of Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot for precious contributions to the fight against armed banditry in the country, the Nigerian Air force on 22nd September 2020, immortalized late flying officer Tolulope Arotile, by renaming the newly renovated and remodeled pilots' Crew 'Room' at the 115 Special Operation Group (115SOG) in Port Harcourt after late the Officer, who died on 14 July 2020 at 24 years of age. The pilots'
Former Air flying officer and Nigeria first female combat helicopter pilot has been immortalize by the Nigeria Air Force (NAF). Arotile died from a head injury sustained in an accident at the Nigerian Air Force base in Kaduna state During her time with the Nigeria Air Force, Arotile carried out alot of attack on insurgency, terrorist and banditry in Northern Nigeria. NAF kept to it's promise to honour the memory of the country first female combat helicopter pilot for her worthwhile contributions to the war against
The igbo's have been neglected and marginalized for a Long time after the civil war ended on 1970. No igbo man has ever ascended the office of the president in Nigeria ever since not to talk of a woman in power. In Nigeria it's always difficult to see a female governor, never has it been told In nigeria,that a woman has led this nation before. Even in the military they are often sidelined, not until former president Good luck ordered the inclusion of female cadets into the Nigeria defense academy, which saw
Life is a mystery. Most times, we don't know when we will die. It was quite an unfortunate scene in ikeja, Lagos yesterday when a helicopter crashed into a building killing the two crew members, the pilot who was found Alive, was later pronounced dead in the hospital. A helicopter crash is always not easy to survive, few weeks ago we lost the first ever Nigerian female fighter jet pilot. Arotile who was mistakenly killed by her friend when he was trying to reverse a car. This year has really been a tough one.