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Police spokesperson Fred Enanga told Chimpreports that Olavi’s body was discovered today after a search involving officers from Police marine, Special Forces, Civil Aviation Authority and UPDF.
Fishermen were also involved in the search.
The confirmation of Olavi’s death saw his mother break down in tears as relatives comforted her.
“Olavi, Olavi,” she wept as friends shook their heads in sorrow.
Olavi’s mother (R) being consoled after his son’s death was confirmed
Along the shores of Lake Victoria, fishermen told Chimp Corp Kenneth Kazibwe that Police deployed at least 8 speed boats to search for Olavi’s body.
“Even a chopper was brought in on Sunday and Monday to help locate the body,” said Richard Kavule, an eyewitness.
Enanga told journalists today that Olavi’s skin “had started peeling off. But the body has been taken to Mulago for further examination to establish the real cause of this accident.”
Friends and relatives of Olavi showing solidarity with the bereaved family on the shores of lake Victoria
He also explained that deep cuts and wounds had been found on Olavi’s head and other body parts.
Enanga refused to speculate on what could have inflicted wounds on the deceased’s body: “Let’s be patient and wait for the post-mortem report. Let’s wait for clean facts.”
According to a family friend who spoke to Chimpreports on condition of anonymity said Olavi enjoyed “life on the lake and the dancing waves.”
The source further said Olavi and friends spent the better part of their weekend enjoying boat cruises and swimming.
It was a tough time for relatives as they waited for Olvai’s body
According to the family member, the deceased together with his friends picked up a boat and were ready to enjoy the ride.
“As usual, Olavi jumped off the boat and dived into the waters. He would spend a few minutes swimming before returning to the boat,” the family member recounted, adding, “But luck was not on his side as he hit a rock and was not able to come back.”
This website was told that Olavi waved his hand as a sign that he was in trouble, prompting one of his colleagues to get into the waters with a life jacket to rescue him but was not able to catch up with the deceased,” the source explained.
An ambulance used to take the deceased’s body
This was evidenced by another relative who noted that Olavi must have hit his head on a rock as he jumped into the water thus injuring his forehead.
One of the boats at Marina, Commonwealth resort, Munyonyo which Olavi and his friends used before his demise
The deceased’s body is currently at Mulago Referral Hospital for post-mortem.
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