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BREAKING: Ugandan President Museveni Reveals Names of Deadly Terrorists Who Bombed Kampala

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has finally broken his silence over the sad events that took place in Kampala this morning.

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda [Photo/Courtesy]

The twin bombings happened at around 10 a.m on 16 November 2021, at Buganda Road near Central Police Station and Parliamentary Avenue.

At as the time of Museveni's message, 7 people had been confirmed dead, while 33 others were admitted at the Mulago National Hospital. The good news is that non of those who made it to hospital has lost their life. 4 suicide bombers were among the dead, while two police officers died.

According to Police Spokesman Fred Enanga, they had one suspect under arrest and they managed to recover one un-exploded suicide vest from the suspect. The attack has been linked to Islamic rebel group Allied Democratic Forces which operates in Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

According to Museveni, the terrorist who was arrested, now identified as Musa Mudasiri, later died from the bullet wound he sustained from a police chase, but had given very valuable information.

The other terrorists were; Mansoor Uthman, who bombed the CPS and Wanjusi Abdalla, who bombed the IGG office. Museveni claimed that the dead terrorists were part of ADF that attacked General Katumba in June this year.

He further released a list of 7 other terrorists that have been killed by government security officers since June;

1.Nsubuga Mohammed;

2.Manihaji;

3.Moses Mudasiri (the one of today);

4.Master Lubwama;

5.Juma Saidi;

6.Serwadda Juma; and

7.Amin Kawawa Mustapha

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