Students from distant districts are in panic following terrorist threats in the country. Some bombs exploded in public places and vehicles and these have caused fear in the country.
Many students from distant places have already started alternating their stipulated programmes of traveelling to the capital to finish school due to the fear for losing their lives.
While meeting intelligence delegates from ten Eastern Africa countries at the Eastern Africa Fusion and Liaison Unit (EA-FLU) in Entebbe last Tuesday, Col Charles Oluka, the Director General of the Internal Security Organisation (ISO) stressed that the security forces had foiled a total of 47 bomb attempts before the two blasts at Komamboga and on a Swift Safari bus although these had not been brought to public awareness.
Students’ guardians too have expressed their concern through social media and other platforms. A one Mr Oluya stated that as much as parents want their students to go back to school, they do not want them to lose their lives.
“ This is not a matter to ignore because it consists of claiming innocent lives ,we have been fighting for our students to get back to school but its no longer urgent because it seems the bomb attacks have replaced the third corvid 19 wave.
Ugandans have been called upon in general to serve their nation by keeping keen eyes on each others activities as well being their own security too, to forget what they call “help from the western powers.”he said.