ZAF paratrooper shot down in Kenya

ZAF paratrooper shot down in Kenya

The Kenyan Defence Force (KDF) has shot down a Zambia Airforce (ZAF paratrooper, the Zambian Watchdog has been informed.

Warranty officer David Pumulo was shot dead by Kenyan Defence Force (KDF) who suspected the Zambian soldier of intruding.

A paratrooper is a military parachutist, trained to parachute into an operation.

The ZAF high command clinched a deal with a private company in Kenya to train parachutist without clearance from the Kenyan defense force.

The alert Kenyan soldiers shot Pumulo in the air after ejecting from the plane.

Warranty officer Pumulo died instantly before he could land from the height of 1000 feet above sea lavel.

According to sources, Seven other ZAF paratroopers who went with deceased have since been retrieved from that country.

Meanwhile, there is a serious conspiracy to conceal information surrounding the death of warranty officer, Pumulo in the foreign land.

But the Watchdog has been informed that the remains of Pumulo were flown into the country last night and will be flown to Khohima Barracks in Kabwe early in the morning amid tight security.

Later his body will be transferred secretly to Kabwe Mine Hospital Mortuary again amid tight security.

Meanwhile his family is in the dark over the cause of his death. See funeral house in photos.

The deceased left behind three children the oldest son is 14-years-old.

Pumulo’s remains will be buried this week on Wednesday at St military burial site. And there will be no body Viewing.

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