Paul Manyasi alias Cedric Shivanje

The case of a Kenyan man who fell off a plane in July has left many confused especially after his alleged family denied that he is their son.

Paul Manyasi’s frozen body fell into a garden from the landing gear of the KQ plane.

The man is believed to have sneaked into the wheel at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi.

‘My son is not dead,’ claims alleged father to Stowaway victim Paul Manyasi

The father, Isaac Manyasi in an interview with KTN has said that his son is in remand and not dead as reported.

Paul Manyasi

Some details have made us conclude that Cedrick and Paul are one and the same person.

  1. Paul was Isaac’s eldest son and he and his wife Janet had not heard from him since the beginning of July. Paul Manyasi fell off a plane on July 2nd,2019.

2. Isaac Manyasi, the alleged father of the stowaway victim hails from Kakamega, according to Cedric’s social media he also hails from Kakamega.

According to Cedric’s social media page he

    • Studied at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology(JKUAT).
    • Went to Tande High School.
    • Lives in Nairobi South, Nairobi Area, Kenya.
    • He is from Kakamega.

The photos that were used by Sky News to identify Paul Manyasi are the same photos on Cedrick’s social media.

Below are some of the photos.

Paul Manyasi alias Cedrick
Paul Manyasi alias Cedrick
Cedrick alias Paul Manyasi
Paul Manyasi alias Cedrick
Paul Manyasi alias Cedrick

Is this a case of pure coincidence? I don’t think so!

It is unclear at what point he died during the eight-and-a-half-hour flight to Heathrow Airport.

According to the story carried by UK-based media Sky News, Manyasi worked for Colnet company as a cleaner at JKIA.

Colnet Limited cleaning company, which is contracted to offer cleaning services at JKIA has disowned ever employing anyone by the name Paul Manyasi.

Mungu mtambulishe! Colnet disowns stowaway Paul Manyasi

Colnet has distanced itself from knowing Paul and in a statement by Chege Kariuki, Managing Partner, Colnet Limited.

According to them, all their employees have access tags.

‘FOR AN EMPLOYEE TO WORK IN THE RESTRICTED AREAS OF THE AIRPORT, HE/SHE REQUIRES A SPECIAL PASS WHICH IS ONLY ISSUED AFTER THOROUGH VETTING BY THE KAA AUTHORITY.

THERE ARE RECORDS OF THE PASSES ISSUED AND ALL COLNET EMPLOYEES ARE ACCOUNTED FOR WITHOUT FAILURE AT THE END EVERY SHIFT.

WE CAN CONFIRM WITHOUT A DOUBT THAT WE DON’T HAVE, AND HAVE NEVER HAD PAUL MANYASI AS AN EMPLOYEE,’ THE STATEMENT READS IN PART.

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