Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) have said that fingerprints of the man whose body fell from a Kenya Airways plane into a private garden in London have been sent to Nairobi for further investigations.
The plane was flying from Nairobi to Heathrow when a body fell into the garden in south London’s Clapham suburb on Sunday.
KAA said that investigators will use fingerprints to identify the body amidst suspicion that the man could have been an employee at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
The incident has raised security concerns at Kenya’s top airport even as a review of all CCTV coverage on flight KQ100 over the 24 hours before departure continues.
KAA also added that all staff who came into contact with the plane are also being questioned.
“We wish to reiterate that safety and security is our priority and the Multi-agency Security Committee will ensure that all our processes and procedures are adhered to,” said the airport’s manager.
He added, “Due to the large amount of data to be analysed, we request for your patience to enable due diligence to be followed.”
By KASS Online Team