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who is behind Uganda’s capital Kampala’s twin suicide bombs

who is behind Uganda’s capital Kampala’s twin suicide bombs

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Police in Kampala say at least three people killed and 33 others injured in twin suicide bombings in the capital city. At least three people have been killed and 33 others injured in twin suicide bombings in Uganda’s capital Kampala, police said, the latest in a string of attacks over the past month. “So far 33 are injured and five are critically injured,” police spokesman Fred Enanga told a press conference on Tuesday, adding that the attacks were carried out by three suicide bombers. The explosions – one very close to parliament and one near the central police station – sent bloodied office workers scrambling for cover over shards of broken glass as a plume of white smoke rose above the downtown area. A single suicide bomber carried out the first blast near the checkpoint at the police s...
Exclusiveness:judge Detains Kirabo’s Sureties For 6 Hours Until They Raised 150 Millions

Exclusiveness:judge Detains Kirabo’s Sureties For 6 Hours Until They Raised 150 Millions

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Justice Henry Kaweesa Isabirye, a judge at the High Court In Mukono has directed the sureties of Matthew Kirabo to pay 50 million each for failure to produce the fugitive to court and also directed security not allow them to leave court. The sureties Imelda Wabulembo Kirabo's mother, Benard Mbayo and Elizabeth Baleke had appeared in court today after court had last week tasked them to produce the accused (Kirabo) in court a thing they still did not do. The State Attorney Happiness Ainebyona prayed to court that the sureties should execute their bond of 50 Million shillings each as it was one of the bail requirements. “My Lord on the previous date the court made an order that sureties produce the accused person in court which they have still failed to do. Therefore we apply under section 1...