All the passengers on board the Skyward civilian plane have every reason to thank God after They escaped death by a whisker. Modern Kenyan Corps posted, "Skyward flight heading to Mandera crash-landed at Boruhache military base "Elwak Som" some minute ago, all passengers on board are safe. only slight injuries reported".
For this reason, Kenyans have sent their messages of good tidings wishing the affected a quick recovery.
Florence Oduor said, "Woooi what's happening with this accidents now and then plane crash is becoming common in Kenya nowadays.. Anyway We thank God for those lives which have been preserved".
Denis Mugendi said, "Could servicing of these planes be expensive such that majority companies are not able to meet maintenance cost???".
Abas Njuguna thought, "The aviation industry in Kenya has a serious problem... Let's not deceive ourselves".
This comes as recently KDF lost some of its airforce crew in a training mission in Kajiado county.
Meanwhile, do you think it's time Kenya gives attention to the aviation industry?
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