2 KAA Employees Caught Stealing at JKIA

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  • The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has exposed 2 employees of Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) after they were caught stealing on Saturday morning.

    The two, who have been identified as Evans Akola Agunda and Mercy Chepkorir, were recorded as they stole luggage straps that belong to African Freight Services that is based at JKIA.

    Agunda is employed by KAA as an aircraft marshaller, Chepkorir is an intern.

    An aircraft marshaller at work

    In the video that was shared on DCI’s Twitter page, a Toyota Prado car is seen pulling up next to the luggage bay.

    Moments later, a man, presumably Agunda, is seen leaving the driver’s side of the car. He then walks over to the bay and picks a strap.

    He is seen handing it over to the person who was seated in the passenger's seat before heading back to the car.

    Before he gets into the car, he decides to pick another strap and places it on the backseat of the car.

    When he’s satisfied with his 'loot' he is seen getting into the car and making a U-turn before he drives off.

    DCI stated that the two suspects are in custody as they wait to be charged on Monday.

    While their motive is still not known, social media users could not help but sympathize with them since they are likely to lose their jobs.

    Here's the video: