Please do me a favour by clicking on the 'follow' button and 'like' button to continue receiving juicy articles from us. 4 Months After the Death Of Tolulope Arotile, See Photos That Will Remind You Of Her. Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile broke a record of being the first female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian air Force. She was born on the 13th day of the month of December 1995 in Kaduna State Nigeria. However, she died unfortunately on the 14th day of the month of July 2020 after she sustained an
NAKOSS, NYCN And NANS Paid A Condolence Visit To The Family Of Late Hero Tolupe Arotile(Photos) When a Hero is gone, they whole nation is affected. They death of Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile since 14th till date. Her family still receives condolence visitations from different personalities, national bodies and associations. Today the National body of National Association of Kogi State Students led by Comr. Enyo in partnership with National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) and National Association of Nigerian
Earlier this morning, former Kogi state Senator, Senator Dino Melaye took to his Facebook page to express his feelings about life. He posted a picture of himself standing in front of the stair case of his mansion with a caption "Life is for the living". This however generated mixed reactions among his fans. While some of his fans felt the same way with him and showered him with praises, some other took a swipe at the former senator for not taking a little time to commensurate with the family of the late young
Few Hours To 2021: See 9 Prominent People Who Died In 2020 That Shouldn't Be Forgotten Year, 2020 has been a great year for some people while it's a bad one for others. Despite how hard this year is in the middle of pandemic, many people still survived it and we should all be grateful for that. Most of us are now preparing to enter a new year few hours to now and many people will added the crossover night in their various worship centers to that God for sparing that lives to see another year. As we are saying
Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile, you were the heroine of our life. We are very much lonely without your positive contributions to our country (Nigeria). We miss you very much and our prayers are always with you. We know we all will die one day. But we never thought you would go like this, because you are so precious to us. Not only that, your quotas towards Nigeria development so fantastic. Losing you was something we could not cope with but you will always stay close to our hearts Tolulope. The first Nigeria
Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile was the first ever female combat helicopter pilot in the Nigerian airforce. She contributed significantly to combat operations against insecurities in the northern states of Nigeria. However tragedy struck Nigerian airforce on the 14 of July 2020 when reports came in that the young combat fighter was involved in an Accident and lost her live. The 25 years old deceased officer was the first ever female combat officer in Nigeria and she was really an hardworking officer, unfortunately
Born 13th December 1995 to the family of Mr and Mrs Akintunde Arotile in Kaduna . Flying officer Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah hails from ijumu local government of Kofi state. She attended air force primary school from 200-2005. And air force secondary school Kaduna 2006- 2011 before she later gained admission into the prestigious Nigerian Defence Academy of 64rc on 22 September 2012. Flying officer Tolulope was commissioned into the Nigerian Air force as a pilot in on 16th September 2017, and holds a B.sc degree
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.
Following the lifting of the lockdown on states across the country as of the first of July, the drama and events that has happened ever since is at its apex. One of which is the tragic exit of the first female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria, Tolulope Oluwatoyin Arotile on the 14th of July. It was a National loss that grieved not only her family but also the entire country. She died as a result of blunt force trauma and excess bleeding after her secondary school classmate hit her while revising his vehicle.
Birth Name : Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile Born : 13 December 1995 Kaduna State, Nigeria Died : 14 July 2020 (aged 24) Nigerian Airforce Base, Kaduna State Allegiance : Nigeria🇳🇬 Service/Branch : Nigerian Army Alma Matar : Nigerian Defence Buried : Military Cemetery, Airport Road, Abuja , Nigeria She was born in kaduna on 14 July 1995,to Akintula Arotile and his wife.She attended the Air Force primary school, from 2000 to 2005 and then Air force secondary School 2006 to 2011 before she later gain
Arotile Tolulope Oluwatoyin flying Officer was born on the 13 December 1995. Who died in an accident at the Nigeria Air force base in kaduna on Tuesday 14th of July 2020. She hails from Ijumu local Government Area in kogi state. Tolulope attended Air Force primary school in kaduna between the year 2000 to 2005. And she later proceeded to Air force secondary from 2006 to 2011 and later admitted into Nigeria Defence Academy in kaduna and graduated in 2017 Where she barged a degree in mathematics and enrolled
This is for the young, record breaker, passionate, committed, pace setter, purpose driven and heroine, Tolulope Oluwatoyin Sarah Arotile. The brilliant pilot like no other in the history of armed forces of Nigeria! After watching the channel news @10 on Thursday, my soul shivered and shook down to its root as though the violent wind raged against it. I was caught in some unpleasant moment of emotions as the replay of how this young, passionate, talented, and purposeful first female combat helicopter pilot
Every lives matter, the truth is, no life is precious than another. The two death cases mentioned here are painful cases because the victims died in their prime time, the time they were filled with beautiful dreams and aspirations. There are many more. Chisom Chukwuneke Chisom Chukwuneke who was a 17-year-old student who had recorded beautiful seven A1 in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination. The promising young girl, who was the best graduating student in her school, won many awards after