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Tolulope Arotile

16 Jul 2021
Wednesday marked one year of the death of Tolulope Arotile, Nigeria’s first-ever female combat helicopter pilot. The Flying Officer, born December 13, 1995, died of head injury within the premises
8 Mar 2021
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has dedicated the 2021 International Women’s Day celebration to the Late Tolulope Arotile
21 Aug 2020
Nehemiah Adejor, who drove the car that killed Air Force Officer, Tolulope Arotile, will be charged for culpable homicide and criminal conspiracy, but will not face capital punishment.
20 Aug 2020
A Magistrate Court sitting in Kaduna State on Thursday discharged two of the three suspected killers of the Nigeria’s female Flying Officer Pilot, Tolulope Arotile's death. The prime suspect, Nehemiah Adejor, is to be charged for culpable homicide. Other charges against Adejor is criminal conspiracy and he will be arraigned at the state High Court…
18 Aug 2020
The Police are required to question the surviving driver and any other occupant of the vehicle while satisfying other legal requirements such as fitness to be interviewed or ensuring that such interview...
17 Aug 2020
Following the unfortunate death of Flight Officer Tolulope Arotile as a result of the alleged motor vehicular accident in which she was the pedestrian victim, my professional opinion was sought by various concerned persons.
31 Jul 2020
Flying officer Tolulope Arotile’s painful death is causing a growing social media gaslighting among Yoruba tribal mob who will not allow her valorous soul to rest in peace.
28 Jul 2020
Sir: Nigeria has been grieving one of its shining stars and first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, for some days now.
24 Jul 2020
The authorities in Nigeria have been advised to halt the practice of neglecting young men and women who served the country with dedication. Group Captain (Rev.) Dogo Gani gave the charge yesterday while officiating at the funeral of the nation’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile
23 Jul 2020
Former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has described late Nigeria's first female helicopter combat pilot, Tolulope Arotile as a brave patriot who pushed her self beyond limits to demonstrate her uncommon love for the nation. Jonathan in a statement he personally signed on Thursday said his administration paved the way for the training of females at…
19 Jul 2020
NAF to hand over case to police for further investigation The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), Sunday said the case involving the death of Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Flying Officer, Tolulope Arotile, will be handed over to the Nigeria Police with a view to further investigating and charging the suspects to court in accordance…
19 Jul 2020
Northern leaders, under the umbrella of Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) have expressed shock over the tragic death of the female Nigeria Airforce (NAF) Combat helicopter pilot...


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