- Paul Njoroge lost his three children, his wife, and his mother-in-law in the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max crash in March. It was the second of two deadly 737 Max crashes in the span of five months.
- Njoroge testified in front of a congressional hearing on aviation safety on Wednesday.
- He spoke with Business Insider after his testimony and described the pain he’s felt every day since his family died and his thoughts on Boeing’s actions before and after the crash.
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“I think about their last six minutes a lot.”
Since March, Paul Njoroge hasn’t been able read more >>>