The UK Foreign office on November 9 warned British Citizens of possible terror attacks in Uganda.
This turned into a grim reality this morning. The situation is currently emerging, and data is still conflicting.
- Two explosions have been reported in Kampala, Uganda a week after Kenya heightened its vigilance.
- According to local media in Uganda, an explosion has gone off at Raja Chambers, along Parliamentary Avenue in Kampala.
- Another bomb explosion was reported at the entrance of the Central Police Station.
An updated situation from the NECOC team summarized:
- 6 confirmed dead including 2 police officers
- 8 confirmed injuries
- more verification being done on number of injured
- 1 more bomb discovered at the transformer of Kooki Tower opposite CPS. It has been detonated.
- 2 more bombs discovered near Buganda Road court.
- Police Counter Terrorism doing their best to locate bombs and detonate.
A second update says by a deputy ED, Rosemary Byanyima said:
They are currently treating 27 casualties of the bomb blast, 7 are in critical condition while 20 are in stable condition.
This seems a planned syndicate of terror and the possibility of more bombs planted around strategic locations and critical facilities possible.
Tourists are not affected by the attacks at this time.
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