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The family was relocating from Nsongagi to Kyabarangwa fishing village in Kibiro parish, Kigorobya sub county, Hoima district.
Abdul Karim, the Songalawo LCI chairperson, said he had never seen such floods in the last two decades.
The fishermen have no food to feed their families yet they are not allowed to use a ferry to cross to their home districts.
Landing sites such as Butiaba, Kalolo, Kabowa, Walukuba, Sonsio and Chigolyech have remained open without screening points due to limited resources.
According to the Food Agricultural Organisation (FAO), locusts swarms can move 150 kilometers (about 90 miles) a day.
The dead were identified as Patience Ayela, Felix Bwambale, Franciase Ayenya, Abel Nyeke, Sarah Birungi, and Sarah Alisita.
The feel of sailing on Lake Albert
The last body was retrieved at around 10:00 am on Tuesday morning
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