KAMPALA: At least 14 cars, including five belonging to the government, were destroyed in the Tuesday bomb blasts in Kampala city. Two of them were escort vehicles for the IGG, while three were police cars. Others were private cars that had been parked near the two scenes.
The deputy spokesperson of Kampala Metropolitan Police, Luke Owoyesigyire, said at least seven cars were damaged at CPS.
“The two pickups were shattered beyond repair, while the other cars that belonged to security officers can be repaired. The owners have already towed them,” he said.
Also a number of windows and doors of offices belonging to private organisations were shattered.
For instance, the doors and windows of Absa Bank, Diamond Trust Bank and Fly Dubai offices that are few metres where the bomb exploded were all shattered. Widows on the first floor of the Jubilee Insurance building were also smashed.