Families of the June 3 fire disaster victims will have to wait a little longer to have their bodies for burial.
The families have been agitating over delays in releasing the bodies as a result of difficulties in identifying the charred bodies.
The President at the One Week memorial service directed that DNA tests be conducted to facilitate the identification process.
But Starr News has learnt that so far 52 bodies have been identified at the 37 Military hospital out of a total of 65.
Captain Alfred Marteye, Public Relations Officer for the 37 Military Hospital told Starr News that samples of all the bodies have been taken for DNA tests to be carried out.
He urged families to remain calm as the final tests are being conducted.