WHAT WENT WRONG: The CESNA 206 plane that was carrying Citizen journalists to a NASA rally was extensively damaged. The owner of the aircraft says it was in perfect condition.

The three Royal Media Services journalists i*****d in a plane c***h yesterday have been treated and discharged, but the cause of the a******t has yet to be established.

The TV and radio journalists sustained slight i******s when a plane they were flying in on Wednesday c***h landed in Lang’ata, Nairobi near the Southern Bypass area, causing panic within the media industry.

The journalists have been identified as TV reporter Sam Ogina, cameraman Mauritius Oduor and Joseph Njane of Radio Citizen.

The two pilots, both rank of Captain, are meanwhile still undergoing treatment at a Nairobi hospital with one admitted in the intensive care unit.

LUCKY TO BE ALIVE: Citizen TV reporter Sam Ogina was among the journalists who miraculously survived the plane c***h.

The CESNA 206 plane was heading to a National Super Alliance (NASA) rally in Baringo before c***h landing near National Housing Corporation Houses in Lang’ata.

The aircraft registration 5Y-PEB left Wilson at a recorded 13:47 hours and c***h landed at 13:52 hours, just five minutes after takeoff.

The cause of the a******t is yet to be determined. The aircraft owners said that the plane was in perfect condition and had just been serviced.

Following the news of the c***h President Uhuru Kenyatta (Jubilee Party leader) and opposition NASA’s presidential candidate chief Raila Odinga wished the journalists and pilots quick recovery and highlighted the risk media operators take to bring news to Kenyans.

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