Puzzle as No One Claims Man Who Fell From Kenyan Plane in London

Almost half a year later, the puzzle of the middle-aged stowaway continues to trouble aviation stakeholders and travellers, who use both Kenya Airways and the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, writes Harry Misiko and Amina Wako for The Nation. Kenya Airports Authority maintains that it does not have any records showing that Paul Manyasi - the 29-year-old man identified by Sky News Africa as having fallen from a KQ plane - ever worked for them.

Passengers alight from a Kenya Airways aircraft (file photo).

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