The Ethiopian Government is yet to conclude a probe into what led to the crashing of the Ethiopian Airlines flight 320 on its way from Addis Ababa to Nairobi. 

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There was drama on Wednesday at an undisclosed hotel in Ethiopia after the families of the victims of the crash and the Ethiopian airlines clashed as investigations into the cause of the incident continue.

The management of the airline was forced to cancel the meeting after three individuals were shown the door including a Kenyan.  

The chaos marks the beginning of a tough time ahead of families that lost their loved ones after the accident claimed the lives of 157 passengers including the pilot and entire airline crew. 

Officials of the airline insisted that the families were putting the firm under unnecessary prepare when investigations are being conducted to determine the cause of the crash. 

A Kenya man, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the airline was offering them no assistance following the tragic incident.

"We are not getting any assistance from these people, they are not giving us any answers and the guys who are supposed to inform us are passing the buck," he said, as quoted by Standard.