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ACCIDENT

Nigerians Should Stop Accusing Tolupe's Ex Classmate For Her Death

The death news of 23 years old Tolupe Arotile who is Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot is definitely a big blow to every Nigeria considering her impact in the Nigeria Air force at an early age, it is well believed that Tolupe would have done much more than the little impact if her life wasn't cut short. Hundreds of Nigerians have shown concern in her death, many have sent their condolence to her family while others did wish her a safe journey to where ever she will be now. It was reported that her

  11 months ago
Nigerians Should Stop Accusing Tolupe's Ex Classmate For Her Death

POLITICS

Great Women: Aside Late Tolulope, See 2 Other Military Women Who Are The First Of Their Kinds

The Nigerian military and our beloved nation at large was thrown into deep mourning when the Nigerian Airforce first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile died on the 14th of this month. Tolulope who was aged 24, died in a road accident at Nigerian Airforce base in Kaduna after sustaining fatal head injuries. According to the Nigerian Air Force, she was “inadvertently hit by the reversing vehicle of an excited former Air Force secondary school classmate while trying to greet her” . She will be

  11 months ago
Great Women: Aside Late Tolulope, See 2 Other Military Women Who Are The First Of Their Kinds

MILITARY

Few Months After The Death Of Tolupe Arotile, Nigerian Air Force Winged Another Female Combat Pilot

Few months after the death of the first female combat of the Nigerian Air Force, Tolupe Arotile, the Nigerian Air Force has on Tuesday, 29th September, 2020, winged a female combat pilot and five others. According to the information made available on the Twitter handle of the Daily Post Nigeria on Wednesday, 30th September, 2020, the Chief of Air Staff (CAS), Sadiq Abubakar, winged them at the combined ceremony of Basic Flying Course 19 Batch A and Technical Fighter Course 24 Batch B, at NAF headquarters, in

  8 months ago
Few Months After The Death Of Tolupe Arotile, Nigerian Air Force Winged Another Female Combat Pilot

ACCIDENT

Titilope Arotile: See Photos of Chief of Defence Staff and Other Mourners Attending Her burial

It is indeed a sad day as flying officer Titilope Arotile was given her last respect today before she was buried. At the early hours of today, the remains of Tolupe Arotile Arrived at the military cemetery as the funeral rites commenced and she was buried Flying officer Aritole was born into the family of Mr and Mrs Arotile on the 13th of December, 1995 in Kaduna state. She attended Air force primary school, Kaduna from the year 2000-2005 and completed her secondary education in the year 2011 from Air force

  11 months ago
Titilope Arotile: See Photos of Chief of Defence Staff and Other Mourners Attending Her burial

CRIME

"NAF" Exposes Arotile's Killer, Hand Over Case To Police

The Nigerian Airforce on Sunday uncovered the personality behind the death of late flying officer Tolupe Arotile. Nigerian Airforce Director of Public Relations and Information, Ibikunle Daramola, revealed this in a press briefing in Abuja. He identified one Mr Nehemiah Adejoh as the killer who had driven the vehicle that hit Nigerians first female battle helicopter pilot. The Nigerian Airforce representative said that the late Arotile had met three of her previous classmates at the Airforce secondary school

  11 months ago

ACCIDENT

SAD: See More Photos of the first Nigerian Female Combat Pilot Who Died in An Accident Yesterday

Nigeria has indeed lost a star on the crown of it's Air Force's achievements over the years. This is to the sudden loss of the her first female combat pilot who lost her life in a ghastly accident in Kaduna yesterday. More sad is the case of a pilot, a flying officers losing her life on a road traffic. She died of sustained head injuries from an accident in Kaduna yesterday. The flying officer's name is Tolupe Arotile who according to Nigerian Air Force (NAF) died yesterday being Tuesday, July 14 2020 in Kaduna.

  11 months ago
SAD: See More Photos of the first Nigerian Female Combat Pilot Who Died in An Accident Yesterday

ACCIDENT

Check Out 6 Things You Never Knew About The Late Nigeria's First Female Combat Helicopter Pilot.

Hey guys, As we continue to mourn the death of Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolupe Arotile who died in a road accident 8 Nigerian air Force base, kaduna. I will be listing out some things you probably did not know about the late Nigeria's first female combat helicopter pilot. Apart from being the first female combat helicopter pilot in Nigeria, there are so many things about the pilot that you probably don't know check them out below: - Tolupe Arotile is a native of iffe area in ijumu local

  11 months ago
Check Out 6 Things You Never Knew About The Late Nigeria's First Female Combat Helicopter Pilot.

POLITICS

See pictures as mourners Gather for burial of Tolulope Arotile

Tolupe Arotile who was killed in motor car crash will be buried today and mourners are starting to gather where she would be laid to rest today. She would be buried at the National Cemetery in Abuja. Arotile who was the first female combatant pilot died at age of 24.  at the time of filing this report, mourners had already began to arrive at the national military cemetery for the final burial rites of the late pilot. Some important dignitaries in military officers from the Army, Navy, NAF, members of the National

  11 months ago
See pictures as mourners Gather for burial of Tolulope Arotile

ACCIDENT

A Tribute To Nigerians First Female Combat Pilot.

Flying officer Tolupe Arotile, in September 2017 made history when she became Nigerians first ever female combat helicopter pilot. She died from head injuries sustained in a road accident, the Airforce announced on Tuesday. This accident occurred at an Airforce base in kaduna state . During her stay in the service, late Tolupe Arotile contributed significantly and greatly to the efforts to rid the north Central states of armed bandits and other criminals by flying several combat missions under operation Gama

  11 months ago
A Tribute To Nigerians First Female Combat Pilot.