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Bomb blasts in kampala

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Here in this world we all have pain,we all have sorrow.
Its almost one month now,kampala was filled with fear,grief and pain.It was about 10pm(the night on world cup finals)A bomb blast occured in a wide ground,Innocent people who were watching world cup died and many their bodies couldn't even be seen,they were all blown like wind.The roof on this place was filled with human flesh(pieces).
The vultures were celebrating fight for their share,INNOCENT PEOPLE btn ages 18-38.couples,siblings,relatives all died.

The only chance you could have if not dead was to loose yr legs,arms or other parts.The hospital was filled with crowds all in tears wondering who did this terrible act.
We are still in a shock because at least everyone person in kampala lost a friend,a realtive,or an inlaw.
I my self lost a friend who i had just got,she was such an intelligent lady who was helping me with accounts paper.They died together with the boyfriend.
May the souls rest in eternal peace.




olutosin's picture


Thanks dear, the shocking news was relayed online here and we all felt bad for our Ugandan friends,
May the souls of the departed ones rest and peace ad may God touch the heart of world terrorists and turn them to humanitarian, Amen

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


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