It also noted that the spokesperson for the KDF, Zippora Kioko has confirmed the unfortunate incident in a statement he issued.
Continuing, he said that the ill-fated Air Force aircraft was on a training mission with an unknown numbers of passengers onboard.
In the statement he was quoted as saying that around 0900hrs, a Mi 171e Air Force Helicopter, which was on a training mission crash-landed at the OlTepesi area in Ngong, Kaiiado Count of the country.
The scene of the crashed site of the KDF which was shared online by the news outlet showed a plume of black smoke coming out from the crashed aircraft.
However, rescue effort is underway to find survivors and other victims. More information will be coming as rescue efforts continues.
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