Omol says he lost three sacks of maize and two sacks of millet, which he had harvested recently and stored for family consumption. Omol notes that he is now stuck without food and shelter to accommodate his children, saying they are currently surviving on handouts from friends and relatives.
Some of them sustained deep wounds on the head, arms and legs and were in extreme pain, bleeding and in the need of urgent medical attention. One of them, only identified as Nalongo sustained a deep cut when an iron sheet landed on her head and was also burnt by cooking oil in the ensuing scuffle.
The statement signed by Acting Executive Director of UNMA Paul Isabirye warns of flooding in urban areas ,low lying areas, mudslides in the mountainous areas and lightning strikes coupled with strong winds.