The Uganda Police Force have said that six people has so far been confirmed dead in Tuesday morning twin bombings in Kampala.
Three of the dead were suicide bombers and the other equal number were civilians according to the Police Spokesperson Fred Enanga.
Enanga in an emergency presser noted that another suicide bomber only identified as Mowzey was captured alive and led police to his home in Katooke, Nansana in Wakiso District where two bombs were recovered from his home.
Enanga added that 33 people are currently receiving medical care at Mulago National Referral Hospital after being injured in the blasts at Parliament Avenue and Kooki House opposite CPS.
Geoffrey Aturebire was driving through Parliament Avenue when a blast went off just next to the IPS building. Moments after, he saw pieces of human flesh on his car and other parts of the human body strewn on the road.
Our reporters found him parked at Parliament Avenue opposite the headquarters of Uganda Prisons Service with blood and flesh still stuck on his car windscreen and bonnet. He says he is still in shock and confusion.
CUE. ATUREBIRE LUG.
Samuel Malinga, an employee at Jubilee Insurance, one of the offices at IPS building says that while he was working, he heard blasts and immediately rushed out of the office. In the same way, he was met by pieces of human flesh all over the road and shattered glasses off the buildings in the neighbourhood.
CUE. MALINGA LUG.