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Uploaded on Oct 8, 2010

Results from our news poll last night revealed that 70 percent of Kenyans are optimistic that a two seater aircraft, undergoing its final touches in Nairobi's Kahawa west estate will take off come next week when the innovator, one Gabriel Nderitu takes it for a test run in Kitengela. Tonight, however we tell you why the aircraft may not be tested at all. In a statement to our newsroom, the civil aviation authority says that the law requires that all home built air craft are inspected, issued with a registration mark, and certified to be airworthy. In addition, the pilot must hold a valid license to fly the aircraft.

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