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Uganda Remembers 7/11 Bomb Attacks


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dosage http://ddmdevelopment.com/wp-includes/class-wp.php geneva;”>Kampala Metropolitan Police spokesperson, link http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-includes/cache.php Idi Ibin Ssenkumbi, told Chimpreports on Wednesday afternoon:

“We are appealing to all the public building owners to step up security by putting up more checkpoints at every entrance.”

“The public should also report to police any suspicious objects they come across and avoid places without proper security.”

Ssenkumbi said Police are “fully prepared for any eventuality,” adding, “But the public should use their eyes to avoid being victims of terrorism.”

He said police had increased deployments in and around Kampala to maintain security.


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