“Something Doesn’t Add Up With 2020”- Nigerians Raise Concern Over Death Of First Female Combat Helicopter Pilot

The shocking death of Nigerian first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile has stirred up reactions as Nigerians cried out over unforeseen sad incidents in the country.

Tolulope Arotile reportedly died after a tragic car accident at the NAF Base in Kaduna on Tuesday, July 14, 2020.

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Reacting to the unfortunate news, heartbroken Nigerians have penned down their tribute amid vehement grief over the turn of events in the country as Tolulope Arotile’s loses her life at the age of 23 when she had a glorious future ahead of her as far as her career is concerned.

A popular female activist, Esther Ijewere took to social media to reveal that this year is loaded with puzzles and suspects foul play.

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She said;

Something doesn’t add up with 2020 no more, but we gonna be fine”

A journalist, Femi Salau writes;

This one got to me. I love Nigerian heroes, hate to see us lose one. At 23, Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile enjoyed a reputation as Nigeria’s first-ever female combat helicopter pilot, sadly for a short while.

This young combat maven was only recently celebrated by Nigerians for her brave credentials. She was a master in the air, an expert in maneuvering the altitudes. A terror to the bad guys. Unfortunately, it was on land that she met her untimely death.We will tell our daughters about Tolulope Arotile. Her story will be told to generations. It is an inspiring story of a young lady who broke the glass ceiling and towered over her male peers.God rest her soul, comfort her family and indeed all Nigerians who mourn her demise.”

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