Scene at the Saturdays bombing of a hotel in Uganda.
Ugandan President,Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has finally given account on today's bomb attack targeting Ugandans. This comes only 2 days after Saturday bomb attack in a restaurant in Kampala where a 20 years old waitress was killed and 3 injured,an attack that Islamic State claimed responsibility to.
Of today's bomb attack,one person was also killed in a passenger bus when the bomb blew out. According to Museveni, preliminary reports indicate that the blast was from the seat and it only killed that person and injured one person who was sitting behind.
Museveni further has revealed that the remaining 37 other passengers were safe plus the driver and that the police are investigating whether the person blown up was the one carrying the bomb or not.
"The remaining 37 other passengers were safe plus the driver. The police are investigating whether the person blown up was the one carrying the bomb or not" The President noted.
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