Nigerian Air Force Reveals More Information On Tolulope Arotile’s Death


The Nigerian Air Force (NAF), on Sunday revealed the findings of the preliminary report of an investigation into the death of the first ever female Flying Officer, Tolulope Arotile, concluding that there was no truth on allegations of deception regarding her death.

Director of NAF Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, said due to the impact of the car driven by her three classmates, Flying Officer Tolulope died of blunt forced trauma to the head and significant bleeding because she hit her head on the pavement of the road and the car also climbed part of her body.

He also said that three of her classmates who were in a KIA Cereto saloon car that hit her along Mando area of Kaduna, will be handed over to the Police for further investigation and they will be charged to the civil court thereafter.

He noted that there was no trace of alcohol or psychotropic substance on the blood of the school mates in the car after they were subjected to a medical test to ascertain their state of mind during the brutal killing of Tolulope Arotile.


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