“We have a lot to do on this probe because this is just the beginning. The wreckage will have to be removed and taken for safer storage somewhere else,” said Maranga.
The two South Africans led by Chris Brier, who are part of four aviation experts who joined the probe continued with their work concentrating on the engine.
The other two French experts who represent the manufacturer of the plane Eurocopter and the French Government did not visit the scene.
The team was expanded to 13 members. They include Justice Rawal (chair) and assessors Maj-Gen (Rtd) Harold Tangai, Maj (Rtd) Charles Muyehe Wandiri, Capt Maranga and Fredrick Aggrey Opot.