The blast occurred at Digida pork joint at 9:00 P.m local time in Komamboga, the outskirts Northern suburb of the capital.
The Uganda police confirmed that the bomb blast occurred, Leaving at least two people dead and dozens injured.
The police also added that they have sent a team from the bomb squad to the scene as they investigate whether the bombings were deliberate or not.
"The scene has been cordoned and our joint task teams from the bomb squad called to thoroughly document whether the explosion arose out of an intentional act or not. We ask the public to remain calm as we establish the true circumstances surrounding the incident,” police spokesman Fred Enanga tweeted.
On 11th July 2010, several people perished after suicide bombings were carried against crowds watching the final FIFA world cup match in Kampala.
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