Yesterday, the whole world sympathized with Uganda after bombs detonated in Kampala city. The Islamic group has so far claimed the attacks according to the reports from Uganda. Well, a seemingly angry president Museveni has fired a warning to Terrorists saying that, they have threatened Uganda and since he is the leader, he is going to lead a team of soldiers to the Terrorists.
After Tuesday's twin bombings of Kampala city, it seems the Ugandan government and security forces have declared a vicious war against terrorism suspects. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of Uganda [Photo/Courtesy] In his message after the bombings that claimed 6 lives, President Museveni stated that his nation would not tolerate terrorists and even mentioned one Sheikh Suleiman Nsubuga, whom he accused of radicalising youth.
"Terrorists Invited Us And We're Coming For Them" Temperatures High After President Museveni's Words
For a very long period of time, terrorist has been a major setback in Kenya but in recent days, things have been changing. Surprisingly, things have been completely bad in Uganda and as we are speaking, they are even getting worse after the recent explosions in Kampala.
The president of Uganda , Honorable Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has opened up to yesterday’s several Bomb explosions that reportedly killed 6 people leaving several others hospitalized. Photo: Courtesy In yesterday’s news , it was revealed that several people were reportedly hurt after three explosions occurred in three different locations. Releasing a press report on the same , Uganda police Force revealed that the explosions were caused by three suicide bombers who killed themselves in the process. “The
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.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has for the first time spoken following the bombing incident that rocked Kampala Uganda on Tuesday, November 16 with the nonsense head of state sending a stern warning to the perpetrators who had plans of holding similar attacks in the future. According to Museveni, the outlawed Allied Democratic Forces, a terrorist group that is affiliated with the ISIL which is based in Central Africa which bombed General Katumba in June were responsible for the bombings that happened near the parliament building and a police station.
Yesterday, anti terrorist police unit in Uganda had a bad day in office after several blasts rocked the capital Kampala. According to earlier reports, three suicide bombers blew themselves up killing three innocent people in the area. It was later revealed that out of the six who died three were suicide bombers with the rest two being cops and one civilian.
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Following the bombing attack in Kampala Uganda, the president of the republic of Uganda has been promoted to issue this statement concerning the incident. The president's statement was culminatedly directed to the Bazzukulu people as the main perpetrators of the incident that happened in 10:00hrs, who apparently blew themselves up near IGG offices and the other near CPS area.