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Blasts Reported at Bobi Wine, Ssewanyana Homes

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A screenshot from Ssewanyana's facebook showing the blasts

Blasts have Tuesday morning reportedly exploded at homes of legislators Robert Kyagulanyi and Allan Sssewanyana, Chimp corps report.

The two Members of Parliament reported the incidents through their Facebook pages.

Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine posted that he has been receiving death threats, and some of his colleagues have advised him to be careful for his life.

“Let me announce to the whole world that these past days I have been receiving death threats on an almost daily basis. I have also been advised by some friends who know more than I know that I should be very careful what I eat or drink, how I drive and from where, whom I meet, even who touches me while I go to Parliament,” he said in a statement.

“Apparently something could be done to me during the kind of scuffle that happened when state agents invaded the Parliamentary chamber!”

According to Kyagulanyi, this is the second time in two days the incident is happening and he majorly attributes the whole situation to his continued opposition of removal of age limit.

“GRENADES have for the second time in two days been thrown at my house and exploded. Property damaged and no one hurt! But what kind of country are we now living in?” he said.

“Reason? Opposing the removal of age limits in the Constitution! Anonymous calls targeting not only me but my family as well. I have been told that ‘if I don’t leave that thing a lone, I will just be terminated or disabled.’”

Ssewanyana, on his part, said the “grenades/explosives” were thrown at his house at “1:20am”, and he “needed some rescue.”

Last week, Rubaga North Member of Parliament Moses Kasibante also reported that yet to be identified people broke into his house using explosives.

Police are investigating into where the blasts could have originated.

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