Ibikunle Daramola Spokesperson for NAF in a ChannelsTV interview said“On the issue of autopsy or otherwise, that would have been initiated by the family but based on discussions with them and the fact that witnesses were there at the time she was taken to the Nigerian Air Force hospital in Kaduna, there were no doubts as to the cause of death which was head injury as a result of blunt force trauma caused by the vehicle hitting her from the rear.So, in consultation with her family, her father, Akintunde Arotile, said they wanted closure on this matter and that he was comfortable with the Nigerian Air Force’s investigation which of course is also being transferred to the police.Autopsy was not done because it wasn’t requested, the cause of death was already known based on the investigation and how she was taken to the hospital, and the confirmation was made. There were no doubts in that regard and there was no request from the family for that specifically. No autopsy was done.”He said those that were in the car that killed Arotile will be handed over to the police today July 24.
NAF has confirmed that they did not carry out autopsy on Tolulope Arotile the first femal Combat Helicopter pilot in Nigeria who died recently in a car accident, because the circumstances surrounding her death were clear.
The Spokesman for the Nigeria Air Force NAF, Ibikunle Daramola, said no autopsy because of the circumstances surrounding her death were clear. He also said that the Arotile family did not want an autopsy as they wanted to move on from the unfortunate incident.
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