Kenya firefighters work to minimise damage at Nairobi airport

Disaster management units in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, are trying to put out a fire at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), privately-owned Standard Newspaper said on its website.

The cause of the fire which broke out at a fuel depot of Kenya’s Pipeline Company on Monday afternoon is not yet known.

Airport officials said the fire has not caused any flight disruptions.

By Africanews

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