- The hunt follows a double bomb blast at Kikuba mutwe in Kabalaga, Kampala and Nabweru Nansana municipality in Wakiso district on Saturday night .
The Joint Anti terrorism Taskforce that comprises of ISO, CMI, Crime Intelligence and Counter Terrorism has intensified the hunt for the two suspected ADF terrorists who were behind the various terror attacks within the country especially in Kampala and Butambala.
The hunt follows a double bomb blast at Kikuba mutwe in Kabalaga, Kampala and Nabweru Nansana municipality in Wakiso district on Saturday night .
Fred Enanga the Police spokesman identified one of the suspects as Kamusu Hamis who is now the commander of an ADF splinter group that was previously led by Kyoto Abdul Rashid alias Njovu who was arrested by the UPDF on 1st November 2023.
Enanga told the media in Kampala on Monday, that the Kamusu has been behind various bomb attacks within the country using improvised explosive devices.
He named the second ADF terror suspect as Sulaiman Habib alias Kijjana whom he was said was actively involved in planting the bombs that were safely detonated in Kampala at Miracle Center Cathedral Lubaga, and Butambala among other areas.
Police have put a reward of 20 million shillings to any members of public who avails credible information about two notorious terror suspects.
"These two are targeting places that are crowded but we also want to ask business proprietors and other areas of small units which are soft targets that they also should be vigilant during this period," Enanga said.
He noted that the intention of the terrorists is to cause injuries and create panic and fear among Ugandans but asked members of the public to remain vigilant.
President Museveni recently warned that due to heavy bombardment, ADF fighters are now into disarray and many of them are trying to cross back into Uganda.