Comic Book launched in honor of Late Flying officer Arotile

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A comic book titled ‘Girls Can Fly’ has been launched in honour of late flying officer Tolulope Arotile, Nigeria’s first-ever female combat helicopter pilot who died in an accident on July 14, 2020, in Kaduna State at the age of 24.

The Heroes Comic Series was launched on Friday by the Chief of Air Staff (CAS) of the Nigerian Air Force (NAF), Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar at an event organised by the Ministry of Youths and Sports in partnership with ‘I Choose Life Foundation.’

The comic book is for children between ages 3 -13. It is written to serve as a source of encouragement to young Nigerians to make choices that will benefit them and their nation.

It is also aimed to be a source of inspiration to the girl-child.

16 Comments

  1. I’m usually feeling sad anytime I remembered what led to her death and always pity her parents for the supreme prize they paid. May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

  2. Can we still have someone like? Though, it’s only Almighty God that we can never have someone like her, she will remain in the Earth of Nigeria forever. May God grant her family fortitude to bear the greatest irreplaceable loss in their family.

  3. Waoh, I remember the death of this lady
    May her soul continue to rest on
    What a man can do women can do better

  4. Is this not medicine after death? After killing her you are now writing a book on her behalf telling us that is to encourage the young girls, what are you encouraging them for? Since they don’t want any female helicopter pilot then let the men do it nah. That’s what they will do when a woman will win that presidential seat.

  5. We thank you that you even remember her in the Time of Nigeria history, if you did not.. what can we do?we appreciate that you do this In memory of tolulope arotile.

  6. We are still on our investigation on tolulope arotille death. Lunching a book cover in memory of arotille name is not the solution on whats on grand.we just want the details of her death.

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