In the recent days, Uganda has been targeted by terrorists who have detonated explosives that have killed several innocent Ugandans, an act that was condemned worldwide. According to NTV news reports Uganda, two deadly explosions have been witnessed in Uganda's capital, Kampala that has caused lots of damage.
On Tuesday, Kenyans were treated to horrifying news after suspected terrorists bombed Kooki towers and another one at Jubilee Insurance House along Parliamentary Avenue, in Kampala-Uganda. And even as the East African Nation continues to manage the situation, CCTV footage from Kooki towers has revealed how the three suspected terrorists made their way along parliament avenue before the suicide bombing.
In March 2020, the government announced that the Nairobi Metropolitan Services will take over some of the county government functions in the capital city. By October, the same year, NMS had taken over close to all functions of the County Government of Nairobi and was in full control headed by General Badi.
Two explosions on Tuesday morning went off at Raja Chambers, along Parliamentary Avenue, and at Kookie towers in Kampala, Uganda. (Photo, Courtesy) The explosion at Raja chambers on the parliamentary avenue is reported to have been in an SUV car parked outside the ABSA ATMs.
It has been a sad day for our neighbor Uganda after they woke up to a tragedy. Terrorists have recently been targeting the country and today they did an ugly act of bombing the capital, Kampala. Two bomb blasts were experienced in the capital that has left many fatalities.
The Ugandan president, Yoweri Kaguta Moseveni had summoned a meeting of the East African community in Kampala Uganda. This is after the nation started receiving threats from terrorist from Ethiopia. The Kenyan president was to travel ahead of the rest to discuss some hot issues. Before this official meeting , the capital city has been hit by two bomb explosions.
Equity Bank,Angawa Avenue branch in Kisumu was today attacked by four robbers who gained entry at the bank by pretending to be customers shortly thereafter,they threw teargas on the floor which forced some staff and other clients to run out and cause alarm which attracted the police.
Two bomb explosions have been reported along Parliamentary Avenue in Kampala, Uganda. According to video footage shared in social media, a stampede of people is seen as people scatter to safety. Several casualties scattered at the scene, NTV Uganda reports. It is yet to be established who bombed the Neighbourhoring East African Country given that rescues operations are ongoing.
Two bomb explosions were reported today in the morning in Kampala, Uganda next to downtown. The incident that shocked many people could not be explained by anybody as everyone was going on with their duties as normal before the incident occurred. Some sources reported that terrorists like Alshabaab were behind the attack though non of them were found at the scene.
President Museveni breaks silence following the twin bomb blast that rock Uganda's capital on Tuesday morning. The head of state while referring to the suicide bombers as terrorists, he sent a warning to them saying they are coming for them. The newly-elected preident added that the assailants have come at a time when the country’s security is highly gripped, apart from 2018 when he last made his remarks in Parliament.
There have been two bomb explosions in Kampala Uganda on Parliamentary Avenue where several casualties have been scattered at the scene,heavy blasts were heard in the city centre following the explosion. One of the bomb exploded near the Jubilee Insurance Offices in Kampala Uganda and another one exploded near the Kampala Central Police Station.It is however not clear on who was behind the bombing since so far no terrorist organization have claimed to be responsible for the attack although the suspected bomber was on a motorcycle.
"Pray for us, nobody is safe, I have today survived a bomb Attack" - Reactions after a Terrorist attack in Uganda
In Summary. - The neighbouring country, Unganda has reportedly been attacked by terrorists at a parliamentary Avenue. News hitting headlines after two bomb explosions are reported at Parliamentary Avenue in Kampala, Uganda. Source brief to opera news says several casualties are scattered at the scene, as reported by NTV Uganda reports.
Lately the neighboring Uganda has been on the recieving end as some rogue terrorist groups attack and kill innocent citizens. According to previously reports, several people lost their lives after some horrible bomb attacks in the city. However, in another sad Update two bomb explosions were on Tuesday morning reported on Parliamentary Avenue in Kampala, Uganda.
Two bomb explosions have been witnessed right now in Uganda. The explosions happened in parliament avenue some minutes ago. They happened some metres apart confusing the Uganda police on where to attack first. Speaking live, the head of police in Uganda has said that the situation has been contained.
Buildings have been collapsing in Kenya for a while now and it seems like nothing is being done to curb this menace that has been the end of many a lives. Picture Courtesy. Image from scene. A building collapsed a few weeks ago and buried several people with it but some were able to be rescued in time.
Two bomb explosions reported in Kampala, Uganda. Two bomb explosions were on Tuesday morning reported on Parliamentary Avenue and opposite Central Police Station in Kampala, Uganda. NTV Uganda announced that several casualties were scattered at the scene. Sources privy to this desk revealed that one of the bombs exited past Jubilee Insurance offices plus another one exploded next the Kampala Central Police Station (CPS).
Video Of CCTV Footage Showing Parliament Avenue Explosion In Kampala, Uganda. Tuesday, 16th November 2021, Nairobi Kenya. Video of CCTV footage showing the explosion that took place at Kampala, Uganda on the Parliament Avenue has been released by the Uganda police and from the CCTV footage, the explosion was so much scary as a huge ball of smoke came out immediately the suicide bomber blew himself up.
Two explosions have been identified near the capital city's Parliament. According to local media houses an explosion has gone off at Raja Chambers, along Parliamentary Avenue in Kampala and another one at Kooki Towers a shopping mall opposite Central Police Station. Another bomb explosion was reported at the entrance of the Central Police Station.
Twin bomb explosions rock Uganda's capital. Scores of injuries reported. Major General Abel Kandiho, the Chief of Military Intelligence (CMI) alongside other security officials were captured in CCTV footage arriving at Parliamentary Avenue where the second explosion was reported on November 16, 2021.
There have been two explosions in Uganda's capital of Kampala on Tuesday morning according to NTV Uganda television. A video has been released showing several cars on fire and building on fire near the Jubilee Insurance offices within Kampala city, Uganda. "UPDATE: There have been 2 explosions in Kampala.