Starehe Constituency Member of Parliament, Njagua Charles popularly known as Jaguar has begun the process of renovating a scrappy aircraft which he bought recently from the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA).
Jaguar published images on social media of his newly acquired scrappy aircraft, which is being repainted red colour on the outside.
The renovation of this old aircraft is reportedly taking place at the backyard in his residence.
One of the sources spoke to Newslex Point and said Kenyans will probably be surprised with the final results.
The Aircraft which had a price tag of Shs120,000 set by Kenya Airports Authority in the recent advertisement is registered under 5H-SKT.
In July this year, Kenya Airports Authority announced the auction of all airplanes which have not been in use for several years at Wilson Airport in Nairobi.
The KAA had asked all interested bidders for auctioning of all the abandoned airplanes for prices ranging from Shs94,300 to Shs10 million.
All the owners of the fifteen abandoned aircrafts at the Wilson Airport were given a deadline of up to 30 days to auction them.
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