Saitoti Chopper Crash Probe Adjourned in Kenya

The commission investigating the helicopter crash that killed former Internal Security Minister George Saitoti and five other government officials was suspended when lawyers complained that there wasn’t enough time to review new legal documents.

VIDEO: Kenyan Chopper Crash Probe Forced to Adjourn

The Justice Kalpana Rawal led commission that is probing the Ngong chopper crash that killed the then Internal Security Prof George Saitoti, his ... see more »

Photo: Capital FM

Wreckage of the helicopter that killed Internal Security Minister George Saitoti and his deputy Orwa Ojode.

  • Kenya:  Saitoti Copter Flew With Defects, Admits Eurocopter Engineer

    The Star, 19 October 2012

    An engineer who serviced and maintained the police helicopter that crashed killing senior Internal Security minister George Saitoti and his deputy Orwa Ojode admitted yesterday ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Saitoti Probe Adjourned Over Critical Document

    The Star, 18 October 2012

    Families of the Ngong air crash victims have demanded for a key document that will determine whether the police helicopter was allowed to fly against safety requirements two days ... read more »


  • Kenya:  Pilot 'Was Dead Before Crash'

    The Star, 4 October 2012

    THE Rawal commission yesterday heard that one pilot may have already been dead before the chopper crashed killing Internal Security minister Prof George Saitoti on June 10. read more »

  • Kenya:  Copter 'Was On Fire Before It Crashed'

    The Star, 3 October 2012

    The helicopter that killed former Internal Security minister George Saitoti caught fire before it came down, an eyewitness said yesterday. read more »


  • Chopper Crash Probe

    Kenya Citizen TV
    Kenya Citizen TV
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    9 August 2012

    The ongoing inquiry into the police helicopter crash in Ngong forest that killed internal security minister George Saitoti, his assistant minister ... see more »