The death of Nigerian and Air Force first female combat flying officer, Tolulope Arotile, put the entire Nation into mourning as it was reported on the 14 July 2020, that she was involved in a motor accident which took the life of the ‘shining young star’.
The Nigerian Air Force, have made a report on the death of Tolulope, as they said her death was caused by the blunt force trauma to the head and significant bleeding after being struck by the vehicle which was driven by her ex-classmate, who didn’t have a valid driver’s license.
According to the Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore, Ibikunle Daramola said, the Nigerian Air Force will not join issues with an individual or group regarding the spurious allegations of foul play, as she was the pride of the Force in whom they have invested massive resource, energy and time.
“It is ludicrous for anyone to even remotely insinuate malevolent intent on the part of the Service against one of its most prized assets. The Nigerian Air Force wishes to implore everyone to respect the sensibility of all those who suffered most by this loss, those who really knew her.” Daramola said.
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