A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mr Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa SAN, have legally adviced that the remains of NAF’s First Female Helicopter Pilot Tolulope Arotile, should not be buried until all forms of investigations into the cause of her death is revealed, given the circumstances surrounding her death.
The Nigerian Air Force NAF had earlier announced that the 24-year-old would be buried on July 23.
But Adegboruwa advised against the burial, on Sunday, saying that “Nigerians Deserve Proper Investigation into the Death of Arotile before Burial.”
The lawyer said given “the inconsistent stories emerging from the Nigerian Air Force” on the cause of Arotile’s death, there was a need for a coroner’s inquest.
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Adegboruwa said, “The least we expect is a proper investigation, followed with a coroner’s inquest, including an independent autopsy report.“There is no point in rushing to bury her in light of emerging revelations.”