Wednesday, 19 March 2014

NDUGU WA NDEGE YA MALAYSIA ILIYOPOTEA WAJA JUU WAKIILAUMU SERIKALI HIYO KUCHELEWESHA UPATIKANAJI WA NDEGE HIYO.

Screaming family members of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines jet were forcibly removed from a hotel room after invading a press conference which was about to start, accusing the Malaysian government of failing to work hard enough to find the plane.
Half a dozen people held up banners blaming the government of inaction as airline officials desperately tried to resume order.
But one women screamed: 'You are traitors to us... you have let us down. Tell us the truth! We want the truth!'
Two women, believed to be relatives of passengers on board the missing plane, were forcibly removed from the news conference and taken to another room, Sky News has reported.
Investigators meanwhile searching for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have discounted reports the plane may have been sighted over the Maldives.
Two women were forcibly removed and taken to another room after invading a hotel room where a press conference was about to take place today
Two women were forcibly removed and taken to another room after invading a hotel room where a press conference was about to take place today
A family member of missing passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 from China speaks to the media at Kuala Lumpur International Airport
A family member of missing passengers on Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 from China speaks to the media at Kuala Lumpur International Airport



A woman is carried out by security officials after she tried to protest before a press conference at a hotel in Sepang, Malaysia
A woman is carried out by security officials after she tried to protest before a press conference at a hotel in Sepang, Malaysia


Chinese family members of missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 passenger are escorted away from the media outside the media conference area at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Chinese family members of missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 passenger are escorted away from the media outside the media conference area at a hotel near Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines plane were reportedly forcibly removed from a hotel room where a press conference was about to start
Relatives of passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines plane were reportedly forcibly removed from a hotel room where a press conference was about to start

The half a dozen people held up banners blaming the government of inaction as airline officials desperately tried to resume order
The half a dozen people held up banners blaming the government of inaction as airline officials desperately tried to resume order


Relatives of Chinese passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 watch a TV news programme about the search for the plane at a hotel in Beijing
Relatives of Chinese passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 watch a TV news programme about the search for the plane at a hotel in Beijing

Tens of thousands of signatures have been written on a prayer wall at Kuala Lumpur Airport, begging MH370 and its passengers to come home
Tens of thousands of signatures have been written on a prayer wall at Kuala Lumpur Airport, begging MH370 and its passengers to come home



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