Alcohol and illuminati cited in Boat cruise accident- Boat Accident Survivor Account

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As revelers were drunk, the owners ignored Safety precautions some survivors of the Saturday boat accident on Lake Victoria partly blame the tragedy on the unruly nature of the revelers, who they say ignored safety instructions.
According to the one of the sources who remained unanimity told the African news journal that, though it was a mere making event but to common knowledge water accidents do not happen just like that, uncles something has happened.
Since the water accident in which over 30 have been confirmed dead, there are conflicting reports on what exactly went wrong. However, one of the survivors in a Whatsup vice message to her friend she referred to as Racheal reveals that the vessel had a hole and water entered from underneath forcing it to capsize.
She says that most of the revelers were drunk and ignored the Coxswain’s safety precautions.
“The people who control the vessel pleaded with us not to sit on one side so as to enable it balance on water, but of course people were drunk they couldn’t listen,” she said adding that people were drinking beer and smoking shisha at the time.
The survivor’s account reflects President Yoweri Museveni’s statement yesterday in which he said that the revelers who were in a partying mood could have ignored emergency commands.
“The passengers also seemed to be partying with a lot of music. They might not have heard the emergency commands of the captain, who is still unaccounted for,” the President said.
The President also revealed that the boat was privately owned, unregistered, unlicensed and “maybe uninsured.”
There are also reports that the unruly revelers turned wild against marine police officers who warned them against using the vessel, which they said was faulty.
The ill-fated vessel MV Templa, believed to be carrying over 100 revelers on a boat cruise, capsized on Saturday evening. Those on board included Buganda Prince David Wasajja, singer Iryn Namubiru and other Kampala socialites.
On Monday morning, Defence Deputy Spokesperson Lt. Col Deo Akiiki said a total of 33 bodies had been retrieved from the waters by Sunday night.
“The plan is to remove the wreckage so as to remove any bodies that could be stuck under it”.
In September this year, Ferry Nyerere capsized on the Tanzania side of Lake Victoria, killing over 100passengers.

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