In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 18th, July, 2020

Arotile’s Ex-Classmate Who Knocked Her Down Had No Driver’s Licence

Arotile's Ex-Classmate Who Knocked Her Down Had No Driver's Licence

Tolulope Arotile

Tolulope Arotile

Contemporary details have emerged that the ex-classmate who knocked down Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile is a civilian who had no legitimate driving papers, The PUNCH reviews.

The nation was thrown into mourning on Tuesday when the Nigerian Air Power first introduced that the nation’s first feminine fight helicopter pilot died from a street site visitors accident on the NAF base in Kaduna State.

The air drive stated the feminine officer sustained head accidents from the accident when she was “inadvertently hit by the reversing automobile of an excited former Air Power secondary faculty classmate whereas making an attempt to greet her.”

Quoting army sources on Saturday, Channels Tv reported that the sources, who most well-liked to stay nameless, stated the civilian driver, accompanied by his associates, visited his relations on the Airforce base situated in Mando space of Kaduna metropolis on the day of the incident.

It added that upon interrogation, the driving force and former classmate, who’s now in custody with one other occupant of the automobile, has no legitimate driver’s licence.

In the meantime, NAF Director of Public Relations and Data, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, stated Arotile could be buried Thursday, July 23, on the Nationwide Navy Cemetery, Abuja, with full army honours.

Arotile, a member of the Nigerian Defence Academy Common Course 64, hailed from Iffe within the Ijumu Native Authorities Space of Kogi State, and contributed to the efforts to rid the North-Central states of bandits and different felony components by flying fight missions.

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She was a squadron chief in Operation Gama Aiki in Minna, Niger State.

Notable Nigerians, together with the President, Main Normal Muhammadu Buhari (retd), had since Wednesday expressed shock over her dying.

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