Late Tolupe Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile was the first-ever Nigerian Airforce female combat helicopter officer Nigeria had produced.She contributed significantly to the fight against the bandits and insurgents.At the point when Tolulope Arotile was rising and pursuing her dreams, her sun was set at midday, as a sad and unfortunate accident claimed her life.
After the news of the unfortunate death of the first female combat pilot , Tolulope Arotile went viral in year 2020 , many did not know that Nigerian air Force still has six female military pilots who are doing excellently in their chosen career .These female military pilots have contributed a lot in providing intelligence , neutralising Boko Haram fighters , bombing , destroying terrorists gun trucks and so on .
It is interesting to note that women are now achieving a great feat in different careers.Recall that late officer Tolulope Arotile was one of the first Female Air Force combat helicopter pilots the nation had ever produced.Though her demise was so sudden.Another to tread this path is no other person than Blessing Liman.
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The popular Nollywood actress, Tayo Sobola, has come under fire on social media for posting the late Tolulope Arotile's pictures on social media with a caption that is alleged to be unfit. Tolulope Arotile, the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in Nigerian Airforce, died in July, 2020 as a result of blunt force trauma and severe bleeding caused by the careless driving act of her secondary school colleagues.
Tolulope Arotile Is Dead But Her Legacy Lives On: See Photos Of The NAF Building Named After Her. It is such a tragedy that the flying officer Tolulope Arotile lost her life five months ago, precisely on the 14th day of July, 2020. Despite the fact that Tolulope Arotile Is no more, her legacy lives on as she has a building to her name in Nigerian Air Force Base (NAF) in Port Harcourt. Before we get to see the photos of the building renamed in Tolulope Arotile's name, let us have a brief description of what led
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
The way we live our life while on earth determines how we'll be remembered. While many have chosen to lead an exotic and carefree life, some of have chosen to live a life of sacrifice and service to man and God. Late Tolulope Arotile is one of the few who have chosen the part of service and sacrifice. As we celebrate the Armed Forces Remembrance Day, it's imperative to say some words about her and remember her sacrifices to ensure the security of her fellow countrymen. Tolulope was the first female helicopter
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In the year 2020, the whole world had record many numbers of death after the outbreak of the deadly virus (Covid-19). Nigeria as a country had recorded 1,200 deaths amist the coronavirus pandemic in ten months. Below are shocking deaths of Nigerian celebrities, politicians, heroines that died in 2020 and can never be forgotten in the history of the country. 1: TOLULOPE AROTILE: NIGERIA’S FIRST FEMALE COMBAT HELICOPTER PILOT. Tolulope Arotile died after she got an head injuries, when she was hit by a car driven
Do you remember Nigeria's first female combat pilot? Today makes it a year after her death. Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile was the first-ever female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian Air Force. She contributed significantly to combat operations against insecurity in the northern states of Nigeria.
In the early hours of today, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) took to sharing the picture of late female Pilot Tolulope Arotile on their Facebook page. After people came across this picture, they began mourning her because today marks a year that she died in an accident.
So Sad, Chisom Chukwuneke Who Scored 7 A1 In 2019 WAEC Has Been Buried, May Her Soul Rest In Peace The sudden report about the death of Chisom Chukwuneke became so viral as people reacted to it with heart break for the future star who died with her dream, a record breaker, a Conquerer, a shooting star. The whole story began when she complained about having pains on her leg, in which the father, looking at the medical facilities here, he flew her to South Africa. While she was there recieving medical attentions,
July 14 marks one year of the death of Tolulope Arotile, Nigeria’s first-ever female combat helicopter pilot. Photo Credit: Goggle Arotile died in an accident at the Nigeria Air Force (NAF) base in Kaduna. Her family had called for a quick dispensation of justice in the case.
Leaving a legacy behind in the world is not a function of the number of years a person uses on earth. It depends on the number of lives a person can touch during their existence. About six months ago, the news of the death of the first female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigeria Airforce, Tolulope Arotile, caused a breakdown on the internet. As at the time of her death, she was just 24 years old. Tolulope Arotile joined the Airforce family when she joined the Airforce Secondary School in 2005 and graduated
The family of the late Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot is seeking for justice in the case which led to the death of their daughter, Tolulope Arotile.According to a report by Channels TV, Akintunde Arotile, Tolulope's father, said that he is yet to get over the incident and he is more sad that justice is taking longer than expected.
Women are beginning to actively participate in occupations that were thought to be dominated by men before. There are now lady engineers, tricycle riders, pilots, bus drivers and luxurious bus drivers. It's so beautiful to see a lady perform in a male dominated space. Miss Fatima Isa Abiola has distinguished herself and successfully put her name down in the Nigerian history as the first professionally trained train driver. She has joined the herald of first women in Nigeria's transportation. Among the first
The Labour of our past heroes shall never be in vain and today, Nigerians all over are celebrating the past heroes to indeed show their hard work will never be in vain. Particularly, Nigerians will also be celebrating though a painful one, the passing away of the first-ever female combatant in the country. Tolulope Arotile hailed from Kogi state Nigeria and she was the first-ever female combatant Nigeria has ever produced. She was born on 13th December 1995 and died on 14th July 2020. Tolulope died as a result
A couple of days ago, sadness fills the air as the death of a young lady Chisom Eyinnia, the lady who had the best WAEC result in 2019 with seven distinctions was announced by her father on his face book page. The father of the deceased, who is A Professor and Consultant Surgeon at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Nsukka, took to social media to announce the death of her daughter. Professor Felix Chukwuneke wrote, , “Just like a dream. But the realities are crystal now; just a pain in the leg that
It was a sad Sunday this week when the news of the plane crash fills the air.Young and vibrant Nigerian Airforce force officer lost their lives on a rescue mission to minna for the recovery of the Abducted boys.