Security has announced the arrest of at least 21 people suspected to have participated in the Tuesday twin blasts near the Central Police Station in Kampala and Jubilee building along Parliamentary Avenue in Kampala.

According to police spokesperson, following the two explosions, security carried out operations following leads and this led to dismantling of several ADF cells in the country.

He said the operations were carried out basing on intelligence information and on arrest, the suspects provided information about planning and carrying out bomb attacks in various parts of the country.

Mr. Enanga said in one of the operations, they put out of action one Sheikh Muhammad Kirevu in Nsangi, Wakiso district whom he described as an “active recruitment personnel” and donor to the ADF in Kampala. ACP Enanga speaking1……..

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He noted that they also put out of action four suspected terrorists in Ntoroko who were part of the recruitment and logistical coordination network in Bundibugyo, Luweero and Ntoroko and that these were crossing back to Uganda from DR Congo. ACP Enanga speaking2……

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The police mouthpiece also noted that security is currently looking for one Sheikh Nsubuga who is involved in training, radicalization and providing resources and other materials on use of Improvised Explosive Devices to those recruited.

According to security, 13 other people, including six juviniles were intercepted at Karugutu in Ntoroko on route to join ADF in DRC. END

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