The former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani- Kayode had told the Nigeria air force authority that justice must be done on the sudden death of the iconic first female Nigeria combat helicopter pilot Tolulope Arotile who die after it was reported that an old friend of hers reversed mistakenly and killed her accidentally after she sustained internal injuries in her head on the 14th July 2020.
Healthforbes Media gathered that the former Minister of Aviation Femi Fani-Kayode had taken his suspicion thoughts to his social media handle inquiring about the so-called friend who was responsible to have caused her untimely death cutting short her goals and dreams in the life as an iconic first female Nigeria combat helicopter pilot.
“The death of the highly celebrated 23-years old helicopter pilot Tolulope Arotile is so sad and tragic. She was courageous and formidable in battle, doing much harm to Boko Haram.
The idea that she was killed by being down in the kaduna Airforce base by her best friends car is nonsensical.
“Who is the best friend and what is his or her name? I suspect Tolulope Arotile is murdered and the truth is being covered up.
I urge the Chief of staff of the Air force to investigate Tolulope Arotile’s death thoroughly.
“So much is being read into it and it does not augur well for the reputation of the Air force.
“Justice most be done. May Tolulope Arotile’s soul rest in peace and may the Lord comfort her parents and family.”