See the list of VIPs Captain Apollo Malowa airlifted before crashing in Lake Nakuru. Raila, Magufuli, Museveni, Mugabe …

Captain Apollo Malowa was the best helicopter pilot in the Flex Air Charters and also one of the directors of the company that most politicians and individuals preferred him airlifting them in East Africa.

Apollo has also been a pilot of Kenya Air force.

He was contracted by the now the president of Tanzania H.E Maghafuli during his campaign trail.

He was also contracted by the Government of Uganda to be airlifting H.E Museveni during his campaigns.

In 2007,Captn Apollo was the pilot of of Raila Odinga throughout his campaigns and also during his official duties in kenya as the Prime Minister.

In 2013, Captn Apollo was the pilot of H.E the president Uhuru Kenyatta throughout his campaign trial and also the official pilot to him and the deputy president William Ruto during state official duties for the last 4yrs.

Captn Apollo during the 2017 campaigns before 8th August was the official pilot to Women Rep Wangui Ngirici for a period of almost 9 months.

After the August 8th polls Captn Apollo was contracted by Jubilee party as the official pilot to jubilee team in their campaigns for presidential elections.

Among other personalities Captn Apollo has air lifted are Musalia Mudavadi, the Late Nicolas Biwott, several Cabinet secretaries in Jubilee government, Jimmy Wanjigi, and William Kabogo,former president of Tanzania Kikwete etc.

Captn Apollo was one of the highly experienced,creative and most trusted helicopter pilot in East Africa.

If you never knew, Apollo once hit the media headlines late last year when he landed a copter in the middle of a busy highway somewhere in Bondo just to say his mother while Raila Odinga was on board.

Disclaimer: Capt Apollo never flew a copter while exhausted,drunk or under pressure. Ajali haina kinga. Those criticizing the incident, shame on you

May the departed the souls from this unfortunate incident rest in peace.

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