Kampala, Uganda Police detectives are at the homes of Members of Parliament (MPs) Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine and Allan Ssewanyana investigating blasts that rocked their homes Monday night.
The two MPs reported to Police that they suspected the blasts were caused by grenades thrown in their compounds, attacks they believed were related to their opposition to the ongoing consitutitional ammendments that will lead to among other things the lifting of the term limits for the presidency.
Police is yet to give details of their findings so far.
More to follow…
For the second time, last night explosives were again thrown at my residence and exploded! No one hurt but property damaged...— BOBI WINE (@HEBobiwine) October 3, 2017
...I must tell the whole world that lately I've been receiving death threats almost on a daily basis...— BOBI WINE (@HEBobiwine) October 3, 2017