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Meet David Njuguna,a tycoon who purchased a jet for Raila Odinga


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The businessman, David Njuguna, acquired the three planes during an auction by the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) to offload planes that were abandoned at various airports across the country.

Njuguna, while speaking to an international media outlet, noted that he acquired the three planes and he intends to use the military jet for personal use, the second one for business, and the last one will be a donation to Raila Odinga for his presidential campaign use.

KAA has so far sold 13 aircrafts  that were put on auction at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). The 13 were part of the 17 that were put on public auction with the highest bid being Ksh5.1 million for one unit.

The initial notice had announced that 72 aircrafts that were declared unairworthy and had breached air safety measures were to be auctioned at throw-away prices.

Some aircrafts were put on auction after the owners failed to clear outstanding bills including the parking fees.

The parking fees for large aircrafts is capped at Ksh2,707 daily at JKIA while small planes are charged Ksh1,625 per day.

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