Tolulope Arotile Sets To Be Buried On July 23
The remains of late Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile, the Nigerian Air Force’s (NAF’s) first female combat helicopter pilot, who died on 14 July 2020, will be laid to rest with full military honours at the National Military Cemetery in Abuja on Thursday, July 23.
This was disclosed in a statement released by the Director of Public Relations and Information of the Nigerian Air Force, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola. The statement also stated that the Minister of women affairs, Minister of Information, members of the National Assembly have paid visit to the Chief of Air Staff about the pathetic incident.
It will be recalled that Tolulope died in an accident at the Air force base in Kaduna state according to the Air force authority says, she was killed by a former school mate of her that wanted to reverse the car to pick her up.
Woman Beats Her Maid to Death in Anambra; Buried Her in a Shallow Grave
A woman has been arrested by the National Agency for the Prohibition Of Trafficking in Persons NAPTIP after beating her maid to death in Anambra State.The woman whose name is yet to be ascertained confessed to the crime and took NAPTIP officials to the bush where she buried the child.Confessing to the crime, the woman said she beat the deceased and as a result she started convulsing.She took the maid to one Kings hospital but unfortunately the maid died on getting...
Medical Doctor Murdered Girlfriend in Kwara; Buried her Underneath His Office
Just a few hours after the Kwara State police command announced the arrest of a medical doctor for murdering his girlfriend, one of the friends of the deceased has taken to her Facebook page to mourn and affirm the Police claim. The woman; Rahmheart Idris Rahmat mourned her friend who was murdered by the Chief Medical Director at Kaiama General Hospital, Kwara State, Dr Adio Adeyemi Adebowale.It is instructive to note that Nafisat Halidu's corpse was found buried in...
Owo Massacre: 40 Victims Got Buried
The Memorial Service held in honour of the 40 people who lost their lives at St Francis Catholic Church on Sunday, June 5 was held today. The event took place at Boje Ibidapo Signature, Mydas Resort and Hotel, Ikare Road.It will be recalled that over 40 killed, with about 74 sustaining varying degrees of injuries.21 corpses were brought to the church as others were still @ the FMC, Owo and will be ferried directly to the burial site on confirmation from the families...
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