Ruto's chopper mishap
20 August 2013, 08:17
Nairobi - A chopper carrying Deputy President William Ruto failed to take off on Saturday from Olooloitikosh in Kajiado as it was overloaded.
The Star reports that the pilot of the 5Y-KWM helicopter owned by the Kenya Wildlife Service made three unsuccessful attempts to take off before he finally ordered two MPs to alight as the chopper was too heavy.
In the chopper were the Deputy President, MPs Kabando wa Kabando, Moses ole Sakuda and one from Kilifi county, a bodyguard and the pilot.
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