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Senate President mourns Nigeria’s first female combat chopper pilot

Senate President Ahmad Lawan has expressed shock and sadness at the tragic news of the death of Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile.

Lawan said despite her brief service, the deceased flying officer, 24, left indelible footprints as a dedicated officer and Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot.

The Senate President noted the attestation of the Nigeria Air Force that Arotile flew several combat missions and made remarkable contributions to the military efforts against banditry and other criminal activities particularly in the North Central states.

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Lawan said Arotile was a role model for young women and the Nigerian youths in general with her focus and dedication to service and calling.

Lawan condoled with the family of the late Flying Officer, the Chief of the Air Staff, her officer colleagues, other airmen and airwomen.

The Senate President also commiserated with the government and people of Kogi State over the loss and prayed for her soul to rest in perfect peace.