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According to di informate wey dey Nigeria Air Force website, dem say Basic Military Training Course (BTMC) na short period training for Airmen and Airwomen, wey no dey pass 6 months of training
The first female combat helicopter pilot Tolulope Arotile past her helicopter training in 6 months?
I wonder how long did it take for her English class graduation?
The first female combat helicopter pilot Tolulope Arotile past her helicopter training in 6 months? I wonder how long did it take for her English class graduation?
It doesn't matter, she is a female and has tan provilige!
The spell-checking dude only goes after the cool European French speaking ladies!
Most likely a British comedy!
CONGRATS on the Helicopter-Pilot...
on the English studies!
I hope Tolulope Arotile knows something about gravity!
-Which weighs more, a ton of feathers or a ton of bricks?
-Neither, they both weigh a ton!
Because of PIDGIN they get to slaughter every sense of the vocabulary and spelling?
So far I've never. never heard of Pidgin language...
... so now if someone misspells a word we can say it's PIDGIN?
The Fulani terrorists murdered Arotile in order to end abruptly her promising upward mobility career with the NAF.
More importantly, she was taken out for her audacity to conduct successful combat missions against Boko Harams.
Tolulope Arotile, Nigeria’s first-ever female combat helicopter pilot, was killed Tuesday. According to Nigerian Air Force spokesman, Ibikunle Daramola, the 24-year old Arotile died as a result of head injuries sustained from a road traffic accident at NAF Base in Kaduna State. She was hit by the reversing vehicle of an excited former Air Force secondary school classmate while trying to greet her.