Police Intensify Search For Bombs


search geneva; font-size: small;”>Led by the Regional Police Commander for Kampala, Julius Mugabi, with the help of sniffer dogs checked Qualicel bus terminal for bombs.

This brought business to a standstill as this didn’t go down well with the bus drivers and conductors who claimed they had not been informed in advance.

“The police is not fair to do this without informing us and we are now delaying the buses. Imagine a passenger who arrived at 6am and it is now 9am and he has now reached his destination,’’ noted Swalley who works with Bismarkan coaches.

However, Mugabi noted that it was their duty as the police to keep the people’s lives safe and stressed that every bus had to be fitted with a bomb detector to help ease the work of police.

“We have ordered the owners of the bus park to close all the entrances and see that each bus and passenger is checked before entering,’’ noted Mugabi.

He therefore stressed that passengers must ensure that each bus they board is fitted with a bomb detector.

“We are going to teach them how to use them,’’ noted Mugabi.

The checks come against the backdrop of intelligence that terrorists were in their final preparations of bombing Kampala.


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