Thursday, August 9, 2012

Chopper Crash Probe

 

Aug 8, 2012 by K24TV 

Eurocopter may have used "incentives" to hasten licensing:  

The ongoing probe into the the Kibiku chopper crash turned dramatic after the 10th witness to appear before the commission, Chief Air Worthiness Inspector, Nicholas Mugoya contradicted himself on several occasions. And as chemutai goin reports, it is now emerging that plane manufacturer Eurocopter could have used incentives to influence the registration of the ill fated chopper.

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