The Supreme leadership of Yoruba council of youths worldwide has queried the death of Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile demanding for forensic investigation from the federal government.

The Youth council in affiliate with the Yoruba Council of Women worldwide and Igbimo Apapo Yoruba Lagbaye expressed their deep displeasure in a query letter signed by the President of the Council, Aare Oladotin Hassan, Esq.

In the query letter The Youth Council frowned at what it called “discreet manner of information and we’ll conscripted scenerio” surrounding the death.

It reads “The supreme leadership of the Yoruba Council of Youths Worldwide in affiliation with Yoruba Council of Women Worldwide and Igbimo Apapo Yoruba Lagbaye laconically frowned at the discreet manner of information and well conscripted scenario surrounding the death of Tolulope Arotile; a Yoruba descent from Ile-Ife and Ijumu Local Government Area of Kogi State, who was the first female combat trained  helicopter pilot in Nigeria, without any mention of the name of the old time Airforce Secondary School mate nor visible car crash nor blood clothing, especially looking at the Kaduna Airforce Base locus inquo(scene of the incident) is far from the truth, precipitating our fundamental demand for thorough investigation by  internationally certified forensic expert.”