Masaai Mara plane crash.





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Published on Aug 22, 2012

Aviation experts have arrived the Maasai Mara to investigate circumstances that led to a plane crash killing four people on board. Amref officials have confirmed that two pilots and two German tourists died on the spot when their light aircraft crashed at an airstrip in the game reserve

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As if having bad leaders is not enough, they r even pushing drunkards who do not know what they want out of life to become the next leaders! Lord save our country! Its really painful to see people die out of famine EVERY f***n YEAR and no one even seem to have the urgency to put that to a stop. They instead dedicate their time to singing back n forth to each other in rallies attended by people who lack exposure & enlightenment and view them as demigods!! 
Oh yes it is totally related! Those tourists could not consider getting to the Mara via road because of the roads status! They had two choices which they could afford, road and flying, now u don need to think further to know which option they would opt for. Now voila, this is the result! Kenya has some seriously useless leaders! They are a bunch of idiots who for some reason have refused to see the urgency or even the need to take the country to the next level! 
,,,,it's my understanding that the maasai mara airstrip in not tarmacked. Is this true and if so,why on gods name should a tourist dependant country like kenya have this poor and ignorant planning.!! what intellect is in this?
Willie Evan
They were flying because the roads are bad and Nusukappeti raised an important point.These mps sit in parliament doing nothing and wasting our money.We should allocate funds for a long-term investments that generate revenue.
she has a point...maybe this plane was neglected or was not supposed to be flying. maybe some corrupt dude gave it clearance in exchange of kitu kidogo. these are the vices we need to fight. mps should be leading the fight but as Nusukappet says, they are busy buying seats and increasing their pay
Another embarassment to add to the list..All because our leaders are too greedy and care more about sitting on 5,0000ksh leather seats than building roads! Shame on you MPigs!!
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