Slain female air force officer had a child at 16

Slain female air force officer had a child at 16

It has emerged that slain female air force officer, Oladipupo Solape, who was shot dead by her jealous lover, and colleague in the force, ACM, Kalu B.A., is survived by a child.

Read also: Why Shomzy stopped using Kalu’s picture as her DP, sister of late air force woman killed by boyfriend reveals

Before now, the general belief was that Late Solape aka Shomzy left behind her nine siblings and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tolani Oladipupo.

However, mother of the deceased whose remains was laid to rest last Thursday at the cemetery in Ojo Military Barracks, Ojo, Lagos, told newsmen that her late daughter gave birth to a baby girl when she was 16 years old.

Her word, ” Solape gave birth to a child when she was 16, and the baby is called Bisola Ogunyemi. When we spoke on phone the night preceding the fateful day she asked me to give the phone to her daughter, and they spoke.”

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