I’m Alive But Traumatized – Iryn  Namubiru

I’m Alive But Traumatized – Iryn Namubiru

By Samuel Opio

Singer, Iryn Namubiru, has confirmed that she is safe and sound following last night’s boat cruise tragedy on Lake Victoria.

Namubiru was on the boat when it capsized but she is among the 26 people that were rescued by the police. At least 90 people are now feared to have died and Lt Col Deo Akiiki, the deputy spokesperson of the UPDF, said they did not expect to find any more survivors.

In a tweet, Namubiru wrote: “I would like to thank all of you who have reached out to me. By GOD’S GRACE I am still Alive, safe and getting medical attention but so traumatised. My deepest thoughts to our comrades who didn’t make it and condolences to the bereaved families. What can I say? ”


Events promoter Balam Barugahare said in an interview with NTV that the boat was overloaded and could have had a leakage under it.

“Iryn Namubiru successfully swam to safety after the accident,” he said.


Other prominent people who survived the accident include Prince David Wasajja, a brother to Buganda King Kabaka Ronald Mutebi and city businessman John Fredrick Kiyimba commonly known as Freeman. Ugandan rapper and a member of the rap group Klear Kut, Tom Mayanja popularly known as The Mith, had been reported to have been on the boat and gone missing. (Purchase Tramadol) However, The Mith on Twitter said he was okay and was not on that cruise

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