A Rwandan woman has been named among 19 people who died in a Tanzanian plane crash Sunday. Twenty-nine-year-old Hanifa Hamza, born to a Rwandan mother and a Tanzanian father, was onboard the ill-fated Precision Air flight PW 494, which plunged into Lake Victoria in the early hours of Sunday, November 6. The plane, which was flying from Tanzania’s main commercial city of Dar es Salaam en route to Mwanza through Bukoba, had 43 passengers and cabin crew when it crashed in the northwestern city of Bukoba, according to authorities. The crash scene is estimated to be 100 metres from the airport in the lakeside town and the incident has been blamed on bad weather. Hamza’s cousin Laetitia Musomandera confirmed her death to The New Times on Monday. The medical doctor was headed to the Karagwe region, where she grew up. Hamza was a graduate of Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, Turkey. President Paul Kagame, earlier Monday, expressed his condolences to his Tanzanian counterpart Suluhu Samia and people of Tanzania over the fatal crash. African Union Commission chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat was among the other leaders who sent in messages of solidarity and sympathy. Precision Air, which is partly owned by Kenya Airways, was founded in 1993 and operates domestic and regional flights as well as private charters to popular tourist destinations such as the Serengeti National Park and Zanzibar.