We shall get those bad guys, says police on Kampala twin blasts

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The Police Crime Intelligence Director, AIGP Brig Christopher Ddamulira has said security will get the people behind the recent Kampala twin blasts.

Two blasts went off a few minutes after each other on Tuesday morning near the Central Police Station and at Jubilee building along parliamentary avenue where a yet to be specified number of people were killed and scores injured.

Speaking at the scene Brig Ddamulira said security will do everything possible to apprehend the "bad guys."

"Tell the public that we shall get the bad guys,"Ddamulira said.

Some of the top security commanders arrive at one of the scenes.

Whereas details of the victims are still scanty, it has been said by sources that one of the deceased is a police officer identified as Katongole at the rank of constable who was working at the Central Police Station.

At least two patrol vehicles have been ripped apart by the explosive that went off near the police station whereas along parliamentary avenue, several vehicles have been damaged by the blast that was heard as far as two kilometres from the scene.

Speaking about the two blasts, the Police Operations director, AIGP Edward Ochom described the incidents as "terrible news."

A joint team of Police counter terrorism unit, JATT, Military Police and the Special Forces Command are currently deployed at the scene as investigations continue.

A scenes of crime officer examines the scene of the blast

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