On Wednesday Agriculture Cabinet Secretary (CS) Peter Munya in Igembe south, Meru county, a man was spotted hanging onto landing of a helicopter that was ferrying the CS.
The CS held a successful public rally at Kiegoi market ground where the incident occurred. This took place on the landing skit just as the helicopter ready to take off.
On Thursday the organization of Kenya Civil Aviation Authority(KCAA) said "the man has been apprehended and that due course shall follow." in addition to this the KCAA stated that "The culprit in the incident is in police custody and the authority is coordinating with law enforcement agencies to ensure due to course of law as espoused in the Civil Aviation Act and regulation."
The KCAA also wrote a statement on this incident that the authority categorically emphasizes that hanging on to choppers poses unnecessary danger to persons and property.
From the above incident all helicopter users and operators have been shown to have security on there ground before landing and when is to take off.
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