Uganda arrests four over suspected explosive device


Ugandan police, in a security crackdown following deadly suicide bombings, said Tuesday they had arrested four Somalis for bringing a suspected explosive device into a resort due to host President Yoweri Museveni this week.

A week after twin bombings killed four in the capital Kampala, police spokesman Fred Enanga said a detonator was discovered during a routine vehicle search at the nearby resort of Speke Munyonyo.

“The joint-anti terrorism security team has in custody four Somalia nationals,” he told AFP.

“We now have the duty to trace… the main component of the suspected explosive device,” he said.

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Source: Yahoo! News/AFP

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