President Uhuru Kenyatta who is in La Malbaie, Quebec, Canada where he is attending the G7 Summit, has sent his condolences to Family,Relatives,Friends and the Nation following 10 People who perished in FlySax Plane crash.
“I am deeply saddened to hear of the tragic plane crash near Kinangop of a plane leaving Kitale for Nairobi. My thoughts and prayers are with the families, in this moment of grief,” Mourns the President.
“They will have every assistance my administration can offer, now and in the days to come. They can be sure that there will be a full review of our procedures, so that we can all understand how this tragedy happened,” Continues the President.
“Meantime, I pray that the families and friends of those we have lost may be granted the grace to endure this terrible loss,” adds the president.
In his statement from Canada, The president has thanked the search team and has pledged support to the affected families.
“Let me thank the search and rescue teams. Drawn from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, the Kenya Wildlife Service, the Kenya Air Force, the Red Cross, and elsewhere, they did everything they could. I am grateful for their service.May God almighty rest the souls of the departed in eternal peace” Concludes Uhuru.
The planes wreckage was discovered on Thursday morning in the Aberdares.