A Kampala blast in the centre of Uganda’s capital has killed at least two people and set several cars on fire on Tuesday 16th November 2021.
According to an on scene reporter two dead bodies were seen laying at the scene.
The cause of the blast was not immediately clear but yet to be determined.
This happened parliamentary avenue.
Ugandan peacekeepers are fighting al Qaeda-linked al Shabab insurgents in Somalia. Al Shabab has carried out several bombings in Uganda.
Last month, Islamic State made its first claim of responsibility for a kampala blast in Uganda.
That bomb – packed with shrapnel – killed a waitress at a restaurant.
The Uganda police force by the time of the upload of the story hadn’t yet provided a statement about the blast.
Many people have linked the Kampala blast to a bomb blast and many media houses are still on ground reporting updates about the issue.
This is a developing story so we’ll update you about the developments in it.