Kenyans protest after Chinese plane lands at JKIA with 239 passengers

Plane with passengers as coming from China allowed in Kenya

A China Southern Airlines plane

Kenyans on Twitter have protested a move by the government to allow a Chinese plane land at JKIA.

The plane arrived in Nairobi on Wednesday with 239 passengers on board, who were screened for the deadly coronavirus.

All 239 passengers were screened onboard, cleared and advised to self-quarantine for the next 14 days," the Ministry of Health said.

A video of a China Southern Airlines plane landing at JKIA shared on social media sparking outrage among some Kenyans, who questioned the government’s efforts in protecting its citizen from coronavirus.

In a statement, the Ministry of Health confirmed the resumption of China Southern flights to Kenya.

Here are reactions from Kenyans on Twitter

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Unblock notifications in browser settings.

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

UDA and ANC announce 1st mega rally after Bomas 'earthquake'

UDA and ANC announce 1st mega rally after Bomas 'earthquake'

Ex-LinkedIn boss found dead at Nairobi hotel

Ex-LinkedIn boss found dead at Nairobi hotel

Secret midnight meeting that sealed Mudavadi-Ruto agreement

Secret midnight meeting that sealed Mudavadi-Ruto agreement

Hussein Mohamed speaks after appointment to DP Ruto’s Presidential Campaign team

Hussein Mohamed speaks after appointment to DP Ruto’s Presidential Campaign team

MP Jaguar’s open letter to President Uhuru after abandoning Jubilee for UDA

MP Jaguar’s open letter to President Uhuru after abandoning Jubilee for UDA

Details of post that got Makueni teacher arrested

Details of post that got Makueni teacher arrested

Meet the DCI Social Media team behind captivating posts

Meet the DCI Social Media team behind captivating posts

Mudavadi kicked out of One Kenya Alliance

Mudavadi kicked out of One Kenya Alliance

Senator Malala delivers the punch at Mudavadi's 'earthquake' event

Senator Malala delivers the punch at Mudavadi's 'earthquake' event