The Kenya Air Force (KAF) or Swahili: Jeshi la Wanahewa is the national aerial warfare service branch of the Republic of Kenya. The Kenya Air Force flies some two dozen F-5E/F Tiger II fighters, a dozen Tucano trainers, a dozen Y-12 transport aircraft, half a dozen G120A basic trainers, several dozen MD500 helicopters. The chopper is normally used by the President, Deputy President senior security officers.
Well, Kenyans have been left talking after a photo of former Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala trending while inside a Kenya Air Force Plane. According to them, this is not the first time to see the Kenya Air Force Plane carrying close allies of president William Ruto since he took power from Uhuru Kenyatta.
Hon. Douglas Maraga: He labored for Kenya Kwanza, let him enjoy.
Recently, the Air Force Plane was seen carrying Kapseret member of parliament hon. Oscar Sudi to the Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary Group meeting that was staged in Naivasha.
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