The joint security task force and intelligence squads have released the particulars of the four suspected suicide bombers who attacked Kampala City on Tuesday.
According to security, the suicide bomber who blew himself at CPS-Kampala has been identified as Mansoor Uthman.
The one of the IGG office has also been identified as Wanjusi Abdallah.
The suicide bombers at both CPS and IGG office were forced to detonate their bombs at the check point of Police outside and also outside of the IGG office.
The chieftaince of military intelligence (CMI) and police squads also managed to pursue another attacker Musa Mudasiri from the areas of Katooke, Nansana municipality. Mudasiri was shot in the chest from Wandegeya and died later after revealing lot of the secrets of the attack.
They are all part of the Allied Democratic Forces group that attacked Gen. Katumba in June.
Police Spokesperson, Fred Enanga said the suspect was first shot in the chest by security and also recovered some two undetonated suicide jacket from his residence Nansana Municipality.
A total of three civilians were confirmed died while 36 people sustained injuries and still undergoing medical treatments from Mulago National Referral Hospital.
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni also the Commander In Chief of all the armed Forces said; “Three (3) IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) have been recovered including the one of Tuesday. The terrorists invited us and we are coming for them,”
He revealed that since the attack on Gen. Katumba in June, 2020, security have killed seven (7) terrorists while resisting arrest, eighty-one (81) have been arrested; and three have been killed by the bombs they were carrying.
The head of state named those killed since the Gen Katumba attack as Nsubuga Mohammed, Manihaji, Moses Mudasiri (the one of Tuesday), Master Lubwama, Juma Saidi, Serwadda Juma; and Amin Kawawa Mustapha.
Security also named the terrorist who reportedly blew himself in the Swift bus as Matovu Muzafari.
President further maintained that apart from hunting the terrorists, the country’s strategy of vigilance (alertness), is fast helping to minimize damage.