Suicide bombing kills 3, injures 33 in Uganda, Kampala

● Suicide bombing kills 3, injures 33 in Uganda Capital Kampala

● At least three people have been killed and dozens left with injuries after twin explosions rocked Uganda’s Kampala

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The attack on Uganda’s capital is said to be a suicide bombing incident. Three attackers have died after they detonated the bombs. Three Uganda’s have died on the spot. Many people have been wounded including police officers who came to the scene to rescue casualties.

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the tragic Incidents occurred around Jubilee House and CPS Police station according to reports.

Parliament of Uganda earlier cancelled seatings after the tragic incident.

Bobi wine, former Member of Parliament and leader of leader National Unity platform sends his condolences to victims of this terrorists attack. He has also called for unity among the people of Uganda.

“As we all try to understand the cause of the explosions in Kampala today, let’s all look out for each other and he extremely vigilant. Very sad that lives have been lost and many others are injured. We shall stand strongly with each other in such and tough time” Bobi Wine posted on his twitter page.

Following the bomb blast near Uganda’s Parliament and Kenya police station, Kenya should be on high alert. If Kampala’ security is compromised, then Nairobi is u der threat. Museveni does not have the capacity to deal with terrorists” a Kenyan on twitter @abuga_makori posted on twitter. Meanwhile, President Museveni is yet to address Ugandans

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Museveni has been winning power since he took over power decades ago, through a military coup. Uganda police force released a statement assuring Ugandans, foreigners and visitors that they will continue to pursue terrorists to make sure the country is safe.

“we would like to reassure all Ugandans and visitors to the country, that we continue to pursue all terrorists, their agents, operatives and collaborators to help prevent the re-emmengce of such acts of domestic terror”

source: News247gh.com

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