On Thursday, the families of some of the 157 victims of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 stormed out of a meeting with the airline to complain that they were not being given timely information, as others paid their respects at the burnt crash site.
The airline had called a meeting with families in a hotel in Addis Ababa but around 100 relatives walked out.
Yemeni citizen Abdulmajid Shariff, 38, who lost his brother-in-law in Sunday’s disaster, said: “I’m so angry.
“They called us to give us a report on bodies and the reasons for the crash but there was no information.”
A Kenyan who lost her sister and did not want to give her name, said: “We wanted to be told about DNA identification but they told us nothing. They were just offering condolences.
“I’m actually going home today because there is nothing here.”