She Was A Gift From God’: Father Of Late Combat Pilot Tolulope Grieves Over Daughter

She Was A Gift From God’: Father Of Late Combat Pilot Tolulope Grieves Over Daughter

Akintunde Arotile, father of Tolulope, the late first female battle helicopter pilot of the Nigerian Air Force has portrayed her as a blessing from God.

Mr Arotile talked on Wednesday in Lokoja following her little girl’s demise at the NAF Base in Kaduna State on Tuesday.

As indicated by him, his little girl was honored with a high wise remainder and that educated her choice to turn into a pilot.

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He portrayed that he talked with her toward the beginning of the prior day she passed on, and was stunned to catch wind of Tolulope’s death later at night.

“She resembles a kid that is talented from God. God gave her an exceptionally high IQ. Also, all alone, she endeavored to enhance that IQ,” the dad described. “She is an exceptionally uncommon youngster; an extraordinary creation from God.”

Mr Arotile clarified that her little girl was a devoted individual and never played with her otherworldly life.

The late Tolulope Arotile. Photograph: [email protected] Air Force.

“She does just three things: at work, dozing or asking,” Mr Arotile stated, including that regardless of her demise, he is comforted that “she is with God.”

Additionally, the mother of the late pilot reviewed how she brought forth Tolulope, repeating that her she was a devout woman.

She said her little girl made petition and fasting her pastime and willingly volunteered to mediate for others including her associates.

Tolulope passed on eight months after she was authorized as Nigeria’s first female battle helicopter pilot at 25 years old.

The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar, had in his sympathy message, said he is grief stricken over the occurrence, saying she “was one of our young sparkling stars.”

The late Tolulope Arotile. Photograph: [email protected] Air Force.

Arotile who hailed from Kogi State kicked the bucket following head wounds continued from a mishap she had at the NAF Base in Kaduna with President Muhammadu Buhari depicting her life as short however sway filled.

“President Buhari asks that the Almighty God will get the spirit of the withdrew, and solace the family she abandoned,” he said.