The twin blasts in Kampala have left several people injured, local media reported Tuesday morning. One of the explosions went off near Parliament and another was reported at Kooki Towers opposite Central Police Station where many police officers are present to keep an eye on things. No one has yet claimed responsibility for these attacks which is very unusual because most terrorist groups or organizations want recognition before they attack something with violence so that way when it does happen everyone will know who did this instead of wondering if there could be any other causes behind them.
”There was a bomb blast. Two persons – a young lady and a gentleman fatally wounded and others admitted with serious injuries,” police chief political commissar, AIGP Asan Kasingye disclosed.
Police said investigations were already underway.
”Our joint task teams from the bomb squad (were) called to thoroughly document the scene- to help determine whether the explosion arose out of an intentional act or not,” Police informed in a statement late Saturday, further asking the public ”to remain calm as we (police) establish the true circumstances surrounding the incident.”
On October 14, the United Kingdom (UK) warned of an imminent terror attack in Uganda.