According to other passengers, the man who had an argument with fellow passenger mentioned a word ‘’Bomb’’ which caused an incredible shock to everyone inside the plane which was ready to take-off.
The suspect has been handed over to Anti-Terror Police Unit for further investigations as the Airport remains under restricted access after all Aircrafts were prohibited from flying until proper screening is carried-out.
In the statement, Kenya Airways termed the incident as ‘’Unfortunate bomb scare’’.
Jambo! We would like to clarify to the general public that flight operations at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport are up and running.
— Kenya Airports (@KenyaAirports) April 17, 2019
After carrying-out thorough security re-screening for both passengers and their luggages, normal operations resumed.
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