The Uganda Police is set to question all those that survived the tragic marine accident on Saturday night. The boat had left Portbell, Luzira and was heading to Motola Beach. A boat carrying a group of Ugandan revelers on Saturday evening capsized, killing approximately 60 people. According to Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson Luke Owoyesigire, the survivors are very crucial in providing information that will steer the investigation. Alex Niyonzima, a survivor of the capsized cruise boat in Lake Victoria, speaks his ordeal during a funeral service of his friend who were also on the boat at Our Lady of Mount Carmel church in Kampala, Uganda, on November 26, 2018. On December 31, 2020 around 5 p.m. the party boat, PV Delice, sank to the bottom of the ocean while crew frantically called for help to rescue passengers. Authorities were using fishing nets to retrieve bodies. "The whole stigmatisation has led, I believe, to some survivors not coming out," Mr Jjuuko says. As many as 120 people may have crammed onto the party boat on a lake in Uganda. The boat, with about 60 people on board, had been wrapping up its New Year’s Eve cruise near a Playa Quimixto and Boat cruise tours in Uganda can be done any time throughout the year and the best time for boat cruise tours in the national parks like Murchison Falls national park, Lake Mburo national park and Queen Elizabeth national park on Kazinga Channel is during the dry season in the months of June, July, August, December, January and February. One survivor, Shamirah Nsereko, told local NTV Uganda on Sunday night the captain had repeatedly warned the passengers that the boat was tilting to one side and taking in water. Local authority say the boat accident was a wakeup call on Uganda’s water operations, but still more is needed. News coming in indicates the group that left Port bell Luzira aboard a boat belonging to a one Templar who offers boat cruise services, and were headed to Mutima Island on Lake Victoria. Much of Uganda's press has been filled with allegations about excesses on the boat party. Survivors of the boat accident still recalls the pain and trauma that they went through that fateful evening, and today they are grateful to God, for opening them another chapter of life. Biggest News Source for News in Uganda and the East African Region ,Breaking news in Uganda and Daily news and the latest from Uganda Boat Cruise Survivors Narrate Tragedy TOP Boat cruises on Lake Victoria, which is shared by Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania, are common, with mostly young revellers spending hours out on the waters partying. Police yesterday said more than 50 new survivors of the November 24 Lake Victoria boat tragedy have picked their items which were retrieved from the waters during the rescue and recovery operation. Arnold Simbwa, one of the survivors of the MV Templar boat tragedy, has repented and turned his life to God after what he believes was a miracle. The 33 Year Old shared his testimony on Sunday at Victory Christian Centre Ndeeba after accepting Jesus. The Uganda Police Force Marine Unit is still searching for survivors and rescue efforts will continue into the night. This comes after over 30 people lost their lives as they headed for K Palm beach from KK Beach.