KAMPALA. Isis claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing that resulted in at least three dead and over 30 injured yesterday in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, where two explosions took place near the parliament building. This is reported by the SITE Intelligence Group website. Three suicide bombers detonated the explosives, local police said. One of these, identified as Musa Mudasiri, died after providing “excellent information”, according to what was communicated on Twitter after the attack by President Yoweri Museveni.
The other two attackers, Mansur Ethman and Wanjusi Abdalá, are part of the head of state of the Allied Democratic Forces, ADF, a Ugandan group that swore allegiance to ISIS in 2019.