The number is expected to climb as more bodies are discovered.
Sadness has swept across Tanzania, as the death toll of the capsized MV Nyere Ferry has reached at least 100, reports BBC Africa. The number is expected to rise as more bodies are being discovered.
Spokeswoman for the Tanzania Red Cross, Godfrida Jola, told the New York Times on Friday, that 94 bodies had been discovered so far, 54 women and 40 men. She said that 40 people had been rescued and are in critical condition.
It is feared that up to 200 people may have drowned in the accident, as rescue operations continue.