A cleaning company which provides its services at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport has denied claims that the alleged stowaway who died in London was one of their staff.

An investigative report detailing Manyasi’s incident was done by Sky News revealing that Manyasi, 29, was an airport cleaner at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) employed through Colnet.

In a statement, Colnet denied having employed a person whose description fits those of Manyasi, the stowaway.

The Met Police released an efit of the man who fell to the ground in Clapham Photo/Courtesy

A crater in the ground where the man landed Photo/Courtesy


Paul Manyasi who is believed to be the stowaway who fell from flight KQ100 destined for London Photo/Courtesy

“There are records of the passes issued and all Colnet employees are accounted for without failure at the end of every shift and we can confirm without doubt (sic) that we don’t have, and have never had Paul Manyasi as an employee” read part of the statement authored by one of the company’s managers, Chege Kariuki.

Kenya Airports Authority, the government agency that manages JKIA also denied a report by Sky News but admitted the death of the stowaway who fell from flight KQ100 destined for London