There was drama on Thursday evening in Kampala after a plot by the notorious Jobless Brotherhood to explode a device in the city center did not materialize.
The youths Chimpreports understands had planted an unknown explosive which was supposed to go off in the middle of Kampala.
The Jobless Brotherhood pressure group is known for using painted pigs in most of their demonstrations to depict government and government officials as greedy.
The device was loaded on a set of balloons and was meant explode on top of the city crowds, approved http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-admin/includes/credits.php apparently to test the aptitude of the Uganda security forces.
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It appeared however that the detonation mechanism developed a problem and the device didn’t go off as planned.
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Norman Tumihimbise, the head of the Jobless Brotherhood, had earlier posted on his social media pages about the planned explosion.
“Be part of this historical moment,” he posted. “Comrades just keep your cameras on standby and your eyes in the sky as we all imagine how it feels like; owning Uganda’s sky/air space for some good hour as the bushmen look “angazi”…Let’s experiment this strategy and tactic for a pre-launch activity,” read Tumuhimbise’s post.
On contacting Tumuhimbise, he told Chimpreports that the move was to prove to the country that our security is not prepared to handle such a scary incident.
He was however upset that the mission didn’t go exactly as planned. “I cannot ascertain what has happened. Trying to see… What went wrong,” Tumuhimbise told us.
The group is expected to try out this bomb scare again.