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[Photos] Here Are Some Of The 32 Kenyans That Lost Their Lives In The Ethiopian Airlines Crash

Yesterday’s tragic Ethiopian Airlines plane crash took away some of Kenya’s finest brains including a brilliant businessman, lecturers, a journalist and a pilot.

Kenyatta University lost two lecturers as Tamarind Group sadly lost their CEO Mr. Jonathan Seex.

Here are some of the Kenyans who lost their lives yesterday.

1. Lahoti Vaibhav

Mr Vaibhav was a first officer at Saudi Arabian Airlines. The plane’s manifest showed he was seated near the cockpit on seat 1A.

2. Mr Jonathan Seex.

Mr Seex was the Group CEO of Tamarind Group which operates a chain of high-end hotels in Mombasa and Nairobi, including Roast Carnivore and Tamarind Tree Hotels.

3. Prof Agnes Kathumbi.

Agnes was a lecturer at the Kenyatta University.

4. Dr Isaac Minae Mwangi.

Mwangi was a lecturer of educational technology at the Kenyatta University.

5. Mr Anthony Wanjohi Ngare.

Mr Ngare previously worked with the Standard Media Group.

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