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Family and friends of the passengers aboard on Fly SAX have arrived in Aberdares to find more information on the state of their loved ones.

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Families of the missing plane passengers. /Courtesy

An information centre has been set up at the Weston Hotel, Nairobi but the relatives claim that they were not getting any information at the hotel.

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A cousin to one of the passengers had earlier claimed that they were being kept at Weston hotel but no forthcoming information was being shared.

“We are just requesting that they give us the full information so that we can collect the bodies of our loved ones and bury them,” he stated.

A hearse from the Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi was also seen arriving at the center confirming that lives have been lost.

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The hearse arriving at the location. /Courtesy

Different agencies of rescue teams are working together in the search operation.

The condition of the eight passengers and crew remains unknown.

The passengers aboard the Cessna C208 are: Captain Barbra Wangeci Kamau, her First Officer Jean Mureithi, Ahmed Ali Abdi, Karaba Sailah Waweru Muiga, Khetia Kishani, Matakasakarai Thamani, Matakatekei Paula, George Ngugi Kinyua, Pinuertorn Ronald, and Mr Robinson Wafula.

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