File photo of Plane that Crashed at Ngong forest
Ngong forest recently was once again on the headlines after the body of a senior government official in the National Lands Commission was found murdered and disposed in the forest. This is not the first time that the area has been used to dump bodies of individuals who were murdered.
An extract from Today's Daily Nation
The same forest is where the minister of security in Kibaki’s government George Saitoti and his assistant Minister Orwa Ojode bodies were found after the plane they were travelling in developed mechanical problems and crashed in the area.
This are not the only two incidences that have caught the eyes of the public in regard to the killing and deaths at Ngong forest. Questions continue to be raised on why this particular area is a favorite spot for criminals to commit their offences and dump bodies without being noticed.
Area resident have urged security apparatus to be vigilant and beef up security in the forest, so as to ensure that no further cases of deaths are reported in the area which was once a tourist attraction and destination for many local tourists.
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