Meanwhile, Political leaders have called for speedy investigations into the perpetuators of this week`s bomb blasts in Kampala.
Alice Alaso Asianut, who is the acting National Cordinator for the Alliance for National Transformation said that the investigation should be impartial to ensure justice.
Ms Alaso also condemned the bombings saying that these are “cowardly attacks targeting defenseless people.”
DP President Norbert Mao urged a regional approach to combat terrorism, and asked the government to act.
Forum for Democratic Change also demanded for “fair” investigations conducted by an external body, saying that some government agencies have recently been involved in such crimes, and therefore have no more moral authority to investigate.
Opposition strongman Kizza Besigye said that this kind of insecurity and violence is not primarily a national security, but a human security problem that should largely be invested in by the local population.
Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Mathias Mpuuga, implored security to ensure coherent sharing of relevant information with the general public “and in a timely manner.”
National Unity Platform principal Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu urged the public to be vigilant by being to keen to their environment.
At least 6 people died and 33 were left with injuries in the twin bombings that rocked the Capital on Tuesday. END