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Boat tragedy: Flags fly at half-mast

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th November 2018 03:07 PM

More than 30 people died and 26 were rescued. The rest are still uncounted for.

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More than 30 people died and 26 were rescued. The rest are still uncounted for.

Flags fly at half-mast at the National Theatre in Kampala in respect of Ugandans who perished in the boat accident on Lake Victoria last Saturday in Mpatta sub-county, Mukono district. Photos by Badru Katumba

BOAT ACCIDENT

Flags are flying at half-mast over Ugandan Government Buildings as a mark of respect to victims of last weekend’s boat cruise accident on Lake Victoria.


It is not known how many people were on the vessel, but many fishermen on the lake say they were over 100 people on boat that sank on Saturday evening near Mutima Beach in Mpatta sub-county, Mukono district.



More than 30 people died and 26 were rescued. The rest are still uncounted for.

 lags at halfmast at the udit ouse in ampala Flags at half-mast at the Audit House in Kampala

 

 lags at the igh ourt in ampala Flags at the High Court in Kampala

 

In pictures: The killer boat MV Templar (Photos by Eddie Ssejjoba)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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