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Pork diehards cheat death after “Pigs” plant bomb near joint in Kampala

By Executive Editor


Pork diehards, especially in Nabweru and the surrounding areas, last night survived a bomb blast earlier planted by terrorists.

Two locally made bombs went off last evening in Kabalagala and Nabweru areas.

President Yoweri Museveni in a statement on Sunday said that “due to the vigilance of the Wanainchi and the security forces, the two bombs went off without harming anybody.”

According to the President, the terrorists had planted one of the bombs near a Pork “joint”.

He, however, said that Uganda is intensifying the hunt for the “pigs” in Congo.

In the last week, the President said Ugandan forces carried out seven attacks with the different air-platforms and one attack by medium-range-artillery.

“The attacks were devastating for the terrorists. In desperation, they have been sending small groups of infiltrators, like the group of Njovu that killed the tourists. Njovu was injured and arrested and three of his group were killed. About 7 of his group escaped and the security forces are hunting them in the Kibaale National Park area. That group is led by Kamusu, a Congolese. Their other leader in Congo is Abu Waqas, an Arab from Tanzania. His camp is one of those that was attacked by our forces,” said the President in a statement posted on X.

The six air-attacks were at kms 64 and 65 from the border. The one that was attacked by gun-ships was 3 km from the border.

The President says that the other infiltrators, in collusion with some individuals within the country, tried to plant bombs in Kikuba-mutwe, Kabalagala area and Nabweru 2 cell.

He commended his DR Congo counterpart, H.E Tshisekedi, for allowing Uganda to deal with “the Lumbugu (couch grass).”

The President appealed to people in churches, markets, mosques, bars, etc. be vigilant and look out for strangers.

“The hotels and markets should have their own security, as we had planned before. Maintain the vigilance until we finish up-rooting the Lumbugu in Congo,” said the President.

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