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Monday, July 12 2010

Some of the bodies at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds
It was the 2010 FIFA Word Cup finals to the rest of the world while the capital city of Uganda, Kampala was being rocked by bomb blasts in three city suburbs leaving over 50 dead.

Ambulances and police patrol cars were busy transporting victims and dead bodies to Mulago hospital. Two bombs went off at about 11:00pm with Kyandondo Rugby Club in Lugogo being the worst hit. The explosions occurred during the half time between Spain and Netherlands.

The other bomb blast was at Ethiopian village in Kabalagala that left at least 13 dead as confirmed by the Inspector General of Police, Major General Kale Kayihura who suspects the Al Shabab were behind this.

There are unconfirmed reports of similar blasts in Ntinda and Bwaise. For Kampala, World Cup end was a disaster because it only left Kampala mourning.Most of the dead were seen still seated on the chairs holding beer bottles.

Bebe Cool, Zuena and UBC's Lauryn were among the survivors of the Kyandondo Rugby bombs.

Details on the Kampala bomb blasts will be provided as they become available.

Posted by: uowd AT 07:12 am   |  Permalink   |  Email

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