Today at Nairobi ,the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) has warned that it will withdraw all licenses and impose hefty fines to helicopter operators who will be found endangering lives of people in public rallies. The agency's Director General Gilbert Kibe issued this warning to the helicopter operators expecialy those with private helicopters following what he described as 'serious concerns in the manner'.
The warning comes out as many of our politicians use helicopters to carry out their political rallies Nationwide. Most of the politicians have feared to rally their political agenda to the public using helicopters after Raila Odinga's helicopter was stoned during his rally to Uasin Gishu county.
Many of the citizens country wide have agreed with Director General Gilbert Kibe on his warning that he gave to the owners and public. Most if the citizens have also urged other citizens to stop tampering with other political candidates peace and property.
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