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Video Showing How Chopper Carrying Governor Tunai Crushed Surfaces

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By Mkenya.com | Opera News Kenya
Published 11 days ago - 3055 views

October 17th 2020, Narok Governor Ole Tunai with Four Others escaped death narrowly.

In a video that has been shared online, a green chopper belong to Kenya Wildlife Service is seen trying to lift itself from the ground. The chopper looks old and probably has mechanical Problem. It first tries to go up but it then suddenly touches down. In another trial, it lifts itself then looses direction and fly towards the crowd of Onlookers it then Changes the direction then flys fast near the service before hitting the ground. Click on this link to Watch the Video below. https://www.facebook.com/719400555/posts/10164557143945556/?app=fbl

The incident happened in Eldamat Melil area of Narok County. According to sources, Governor Tunai had attended a burial ceremony for Mzee Sasai

In a phonecall by Daily Nation to Governor Tunai, The County Boss confirmed he is in stable condition and was on his way to Nairobi for further Check ups. The other four Passengers including the Pilot, were taken to Narok Provincial Hospital.

From the Above Video, it shows clearly that the KWS chopper had mechanical problems. It is therefore a lesson to Government that it should look into state own properties which includes Vehicles and Choppers. This will help evade future accidents.

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