By ROBERT KAMUKAMA
KAMPALA|SHIFTMEDIA UG| While appearing on the NBS TV Barometer Talk Show on Tuesday night, the day twin bombings rocked Uganda’s capital Kampala killing three civilians, a leading security expert warned of more attacks.
Charles Rwomushana former RDC and ISO operative told viewers that what rocked Kampala was just a tip of the iceberg. He warned that the extremists were determined to wreck more havoc basing on their Tuesday attacks that targeted key government installations.
Now immediately, the Islamic State (ISIS) that also claimed responsibility of the Komamboga attack have come out to claim responsibility in the Tuesday attacks.
The attacks rocked Parliamentary Avenue and Central Police Station (CPS) in Kampala.
Three suicide bombers perished in the deadly attacks that left over 30 injured, mainly police personnel.
The BBC in its Amaq News Agency telegram noted that ISIS carried out the attacks that President Museveni described as cowardly engagements. ADF in 2019 acknowledged its allegiance to the deadly ISIS group.
Kampala has so far suffered four bomb attacks, one in Komamboga a city suburb, another along Masaka road in a Swift Bus and the latest twin bombings that rocked the city center on November 16 2021