Police probe oil companies over bomb attacks   

Police spokesperson, Mr Fred Enanga displays a photo of some of the suspects police accuse of aiding deadly attacks in Uganda. PHOTO/COURTESY 

What you need to know:

  • Police disclosed that they are investigating how $400, 000 entered the country trough oil companies and real estate firms for possible circulation amongst members of the ADF militant group. 
  • The ADF are a rebel group linked to the Islamic State (IS) group that Monday claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in Kampala over the weekend.
  • The Swift Safari bus reg No UAU 989 T left Kampala at 4pm headed for Ishaka District on Monday.   

Police confirmed Tuesday that a 23-year-old Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) attached suicide bomber conducted the attack that targeted 52 passengers on a Swift Safaris Bus destined for Ishaka. 


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