At least two people were killed in an deadly explosion in Komamboga, Kampala Uganda and atleast seven other's injured in the explosion that took place at the Pork joint with the military and the police sealing off the scene to establish more details about the explosion.
The two people who died were a young girl who died instantly and an adult man who died while on transit to the hospital.
According to the eyewitness, as reported by the NTV Uganda, the explosion was due to a bomb that could have been planted in the Pork joint.
This explosion was unexpected and it took place after the Ugandan security agencies were warned by the United Kingdom (UK's) government over an impending terror attack in the country.
Link to source: https://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda/photos/a.319879798060481/4578440145537737/?type=3&app=fbl
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