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Police Marines Retrieve More 34 Bodies From L. Albert

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According to Mr. Bosco Bakashaba the Ntoroko District Police Commander, the 73 bodies were retrieved from the waters on Monday morning by the rescue team.


He, however, said that more bodies were still floating on the waters and the team was busy doing the work.


He added that the retrieved bodies are being transported on the ambulance to Bubukwanga Transit camp for burial.


Mr. Bakashaba said the rescue teams led by UPDF officers and fishermen had on Saturday rescued 41 people.


On Saturday morning at around 10:00am, a boat carrying about 200 Congolese refugees from the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement Camp in Hoima capsized near the junction of River Ngusi from Hoima joining Lake Albert at Kitebere.

Bodies being handed over to Kanara health centre

Recently, about 40 Congolese refugees were intercepted in an omnibus in Fort Portal escaping from Kyangwali refugee camp in Hoima.


They alleged said the sanitary conditions at the camp were alarming and hunger was a major problem.

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