UPDATE: Bodies of 28 out of 32 Kenyans who perished in Ethiopian plane crash in March arrive at JKIA;

The plane carrying the remains of 28 Kenyans who perished in the Ethiopian plane crash landed at JKIA on Monday morning.
At least 32 Kenyans were on board in the Boeing 737-Max Ethiopian plane during the March 10 tragedy, which killed 157 passengers.
The families of the victims of the crash were at JKIA early in the morning waiting for clearance.

Hearses were lined up at the VIP gate.
A preliminary report released in April indicated that the Ethiopian Airlines pilots wrestled with a computer system that repeatedly ordered the nose down because of faulty sensor data.
The same system was a focus of the preliminary report into the October Lion Air crash in Indonesia, which killed 189 people.
A Kenyan family had filed a lawsuit in Chicago in April against American aviation giant Boeing over the crash.
Remains of the Ethiopian Airlines crash victims arrive at JKIA on Monday, October 14, 2019.
George Kabau said he wanted to compel the company to release documents and emails relating to its 737 MAX 8 model, which was grounded worldwide after two major planes crashed in Ethiopia and Indonesia.
In July, a Kenyan family told the US Congress that Boeing was yet to offer personal apologies to families of those affected by the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash.
Paul Njoroge revealed that Boeing had only made their apologies before cameras, but hadn’t reached out to the next of kin personally.

“The airlines just sent letters of sympathy acknowledging their mistakes but didn’t send their apologies,” he said.

But based on the Montreal Convention, each of the families of the Ethiopian Airline crash victims could receive as much as Sh17 million.
The treaty, adopted by the International Civil Aviation Organisation, stipulates that “if an airline is found at fault for an accident, each affected passenger is to get a minimum value equal to 113,100 special drawing rights”.
This type of plane crash compensation currently equals approximately $170,000 per passenger.
Family of the victims of the ET crash register to gain access.
Family of the victims of the ET crash await the remains at JKIA.

Family of the victims in a solemn mood as they await remains of the victims of the ET crash.
Family of the victims of the ET crash arrive at JKIA.
Family of the victims of the ET crash await the remains at JKIA.

source https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2019-10-14-photos-remains-of-victims-of-ethiopian-airlines-crash-arrive-at-jkia/

There was that family that lost 3 generations in the crash, sijui nani ameenda kuclaim bodies.

Very sad

Gone in a flash, I think it was single parent grandma, her single parent daughter and 3 grandchildren… Am sure deadbeat dad’s and uncles wamejitokeza kwa woodwork vibaya to lay claim on compensation monies

[SIZE=7]Family loses three generations in Ethiopian Airline crash[/SIZE]
[li]Bosco Marita 12th Mar 2019 14:07:23 GMT +0300[/li][/ul]
https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/images/tuesday/qhgtlqjodq4ypub5c87941a4eb47.jpgPrerit Dixit, 43, left, and Kosha Vaidya, 37, with their two daughters Ashka, 14, left, and Anushka Dixit, 13, all perished in the Ethiopian Plane crash. Photo: Courtesy.It is an emotional moment for a family in Canada after three generations of its members perished on Sunday’s Ethiopian plane crash, that claimed the lives of 157 including 32 Kenyans.

Brampton family, Prerit Dixit, 43, his parents and Kosha Vaidya, 37, with their two daughters Ashka, 14 and Anushka Dixit, 13, were heading to Kenya where Ms vaidya was to introduce her daughters to her birthplace. She was also accompanied by her parents Pannagesh Vaidya, 73, and Hansini, 67, who also died.

The family of seven were among the 18 Canadian nationals who lost their lives in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302.

https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/images/tuesday/hibcrqvulmvg81rcr5c87947d108e5.jpgPannagesh Vaidya, 73, and wife Hansini, 67, were killed alongside their daughter Kosha and son-in-law Prerit Dixit, and grandchildren Ashka and Anushka. Photo: Courtesy.According to a family member, Premal Vyas, who spoke to The Globe and Mail, Ms vaidya who was born in Mombasa was supposedly poised for her first visit in decades.

The family is reportedly embroiled in distress and are unable to make burial arrangements.

Others who perished included: USA (8), Egypt (6), China (8), Ethiopia (9), Netherlands (5), UK (7), Russia (3), France (7), Italy (8).

Investigations into what caused the accident is still ongoing with remains of those who died, being preserved at the Menelik Hospital in Addis Ababa.

Kuna wengine was Nakuru if I am not wrong. Meno brown hivihivi

I remember that family, let me search this internet

Waiting to see what you find as I know the family.

Na unajua watu wengi!

:D:Dwould you like to remind me who they are?

I heard that no bodies were found. Only body parts