By Peter Orengo
Probe team constituted to investigate the Ngong helicopter crash that killed six Kenyans started its work by visiting the crash scene moments after being sworn in by the chief justice.
Led by Court of Appeal judge Justice Kalpana Rawal, the team promised to carry out an investigation like no other, and promised Kenyans the exercise will be transparent, free and fare.
“We intend to make a difference in this probe and come up with a report like no other,” said Judge Rawal at the scene of the accident in Ngong forest.
The team said they will start mapping the grounds on Friday and mark them, then on Saturday all the debris will be collected.
One representative from all members of the family who perished in the crash will accompany and sit in all the meetings of the committee.
Ms Rawal asked Kenyans to pray for the team saying although they are up for the task, they will need a lot of support from Kenyans.
She also called on members of the public not to speculate on what really happened but let the team do its work.
Present were assisting counsels Charles Mutinda, Faith Irari of the AG’s office and James Mungai Warui of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions while Clatus Macowenga, the chief inspector of aircraft accidents and police officer who will assist in the investigation.