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Ethiopian Airline crash victims bodies arrive at JKIA

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The remains of the Ethiopian Airline crash victims arrived at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on Monday.

Families of the victims arrived at the airport to receive the twenty-eight bodies out of thirty-two that had just arrived.

Also read: Ethiopian Airlines clarifies Harun Maalim’s JKIA issue

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It had taken about six months for the bodies to be identified as many had been turned into soil following the horrific plane crash.

Also read: Ethiopian Airline pilots could not control it amid effort, says report

The majority of the Ethiopian Airline crash victims consisted of Kenyans as others were from different countries.

Families of the deceased traveled to the crash scene to witness the extent of the accident as some opted to collect the soil which they brought back to burry.

Also read: Ethiopian Airlines heading to Nairobi involved in an accident

They then sued Boeing as they called for justice for the loss of their loved ones.

Boeing in return issued an apology as they resolved to upgrade their system which was faulted for the crash.

Since then, their 737 max planes have been grounded as airlines demand compensation over disrupted services.

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