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Immortalize Tolulope Arotile, Shehu Sani Tells Government

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Human rights activist and former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani has urged the federal government of Nigeria to immortalize the late Tolulope Arotile.

Arotile, Nigeria’s first female combatant helicopter pilot was buried at the military cemetery in Abuja on Thursday.

Naija News recalls Arotile was killed by a reversing vehicle at the NAF base in Kaduna said to have been driven by a friend later identified as Nehemiah Adejoh.

Reacting after the remains of the late combatant pilot was laid to rest, Sani called for the government to immortalize her by naming streets or public buildings after her.

The Senator wrote: “As the late Heroine Tolulope Arotile is buried today, we appreciate her short but accomplished and patriotic life of service to her country. I call the states and the FG to immortalize her by naming streets or public buildings after her. May her soul Rest In Peace. Ameen.”

As the late Heroine Tolulope Arotile is buried today,we appreciate her short but accomplished and patriotic life of service to her country.I call the states and the FG to immortalize her by naming streets or public buildings after her.May her soul Rest In Peace.Ameen.



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