According to Punch Newspaper, it has been revealed that the Late Flying Officer, Tolulope Arotile was accidentally killed by an excited former classmate on Tuesday. Before now, the sad news of Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile broke the internet and other news platforms on Wednesday, as it alleged that she died in an accident around the Nigerian Air Force Base in Kaduna State, after she sustained severe head injuries from it. When the news of her death was released, many Nigerians believed she was intentionally
Today, the Nigerian Air Force revealed the face and the name of the man who killed Tolulope Arotile with his car while reversing it. Before now, it was made known that Tolulope Arotile, was side walking by the road side in Nigerian Air Force Base, Kaduna State, before she was killed following a car accident. After her death, it was made known that the accident that killed her was a mistake, as it was made known that the man who killed her with his car, Mr Nehemiah Adejoh, was her ex classmate back then in Air
The former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan under the People's Democratic Party has reacted to the death of Late Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile, who died due to road accident at Nigerian Air Force Base in Kaduna State. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan made it known that, while he was the president, he was the first person to introduce females as combatants into the Nigeria Defence Academy system, due to the fact that, female officers like Late Tolulope Arotile can achieve their dreams in the country. He
Among the sectors that have enjoyed massive infrastructure and equipment boosts by President Muhammadu Buhari led administration is the Military. He has provided them with state-of-the-art military equipment. One of them will be discussed in this article. By waging a comprehensive war against insurgents and other violent criminal groups in the country, on the 6th of February 2021, the Buhari administration handed over to the Nigerian Air Force a second Mi-171E battle helicopter, which it bought to help achieve this objective
Live in the city of Kano today, two serving corp members Muhammad Alhaji Musa who is an indegine of Nasarawa State and Hauwa Yahaya Bagudu from Niger State tied the knot. The two love bird met at the NYSC Kano State Orientation camp in Kusallah Dam Karaya during the 2019 Batch A Orientation course and since then maintained the relationship. The wedding reception took place at the Nigerian Air Force Base in Kano with other serving corp members present at the ceremony. Also, in attendence, was the NYSC Kano S
When people die, it is very heartbreaking, but that is how life is. Still, it is very painful to see people die. Last month, we saw some Nigerian celebrities take their last breath. May their souls rest in peace. The following are Nigerian celebrities that died in the Month of July, they are: 1. Tolulope Arotile: she was the first female helicopter pilot in the Nigerian air force. She actually died 8 months after she was given special recognition. She died as a result of head injuries sustained from a road accident
The Nigerian have on Friday shortlisted candidates for the 2020 Nigerian Air force Airmen/Airwomen Recruitment Selection interview. The shortlisted candidates are hereby invited for the selection board interview at the Nigerian Air force Base, located in Kawo, Kaduna, which is scheduled to start from 24th September to 12 November 2020. Candidates are designed to report to the selection interview venue with the following documents: • Original and photocopies of all the required certificates. • Two white vests,
This is to inform the general public that the Nigerian Air force Shortlisted Candidates 2020 for Final Selection Board is out. If you apply for the Nigerian Air force recruitment 2020 then the final list is out. The names on the final list are arranged according to candidates states of Origin. The final list was released on 3rd December 2020. Note: The underlisted successful candidates are to resume for training at the Nigerian Air Force Base Kawo Kaduna on Tuesday 8 December 2020 that is Next Week. General
Special Forces have so far been deployed from the Nigerian Air Force Base to increase the fighting force and pressure in the ongoing fight against bandits and other suspects like the ethnicsm militia who has been terrorising the peace of many residents in the area. On Sunday, Air Marshal Musa Mukhtar being the Air Officer Commanding the NAF Training detailed in his statement as he addressed the troops before they were deployed to the southern part of Kaduna. He urged the troops to complement the efforts of the
Nigerian Air Force's first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, has died in a road accident. The accident was said to have happened in the Nigerian Air Force Base in kaduna, as she was hit by a reversing car.it has come as a shock to everyone, as we have always known Force people to die on the battlefield but she died in the comfort of the barracks,so sad. Just a few years ago she was celebrated as the first female helicopter pilot,when she said that she joined the military because of the passion
As Nigerians are still mourning the sudden death of Late Arotile. It is a fact that untill her death the Late Flying Officer Arotile brought the country to a standstill on the 15th of October 2019 when she was decorated as the first female combat Helicopter Pilot. And she also brought the country to another standstill when the Nigerian Air Force Base in Kaduna State on Tuesday, reported her death, few days after death, reports came in confirming that she was knocked down by a reversing car of an Exclassmate
Sister Of Late Female Combat Helicopter Pilot, Tolulope Arotile, Demands Investigation Into Her Death
Yesterday, the sudden death of the first female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria and Africa was all over the news. It was gathered that the 23-year old died after a car reversing knocked her down. It was reported that she died as a result of head injuries sustained from a road traffic accident at Nigerian Air Force Base Kaduna. The circumstances surrounding her death was not clear enough as some people said they want the Government to investigate the issue and know what killed the young promising Tolulope.
Tolulope Arotile, the first ever female Nigerian Combat Helicopter Pilot dies in a tragic accident. Arotile Tolulope, who was said to have died in Kaduna after a serious head injuries she sustained from the road accident, at the Nigerian Air Force Base(NAF) in Kaduna. The Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile, the Combat Helicopter Pilot, who died a tragic death was said to have died at her younger age, 23 years old. This is really a painful and a huge loss to her family, the Nigeria Air Force Base, and Nigeria as
President Muhammadu Buhari arrived at the Nigerian Air Force Base in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State, on Thursday morning. The president, who was accompanied by a number of high-ranking government officials, arrived at 10:05 a.m. amid tight security. He was greeted by the Governor of Borno State, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum, as well as members of the National and State Assembly, and is currently sharing pleasantries with top government officials.