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Tolulope Arotile, Nigeria’s first feminine fighter pilot buried in Abuja

Nigeria’s flying officer, Tolulope Arotile, has been laid to relaxation.

Arotile who was Nigerian Air Power fighter pilot was buried on the navy cemetery in Abuja, amid tears.

The 24-year-old flying officer was just lately hit by a automobile pushed by an ex-classmate in Kaduna and she or he died after sustaining head harm.

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Current throughout the burial was the Chief of Air Employees, Air Marshal Abubakar Sadique; Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello and his spouse; the Home Committee Chairman on Air Power, Bala Ib’n Nalla and the relations of the deceased.

Till her dying, Arotile was the primary feminine fight helicopter pilot of NAF.

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NAF investigation had revealed that the deceased ex-classmate, Nehemiah Adejoh had no legitimate driver’s licence when the incident occurred.

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