Unknown terrorists have killed tourists and burned their cars in Queen Elizabeth National Park along Katwe Road, according to police.
However, they killed three people, two of them tourists and their driver, before burning their car in Queen Elizabeth National Park along Katwe Road.
Police spokesperson, Mr. Fred Enanga, confirmed the Tuesday incident, saying that joint forces are aggressively pursuing the suspected Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels.
“We have registered a cowardly terrorist attack on two foreign tourists and a Ugandan in Queen Elizabeth National Park. The three were killed, and their safari vehicle burned. Our joint forces responded immediately upon receiving the information and are aggressively pursuing the suspected ADF rebels. We express our deepest condolences to the families of the victims,” Enanga said in a statement on Tuesday.
Mr. Bashir Hangi, the communications manager of the Uganda Wildlife Authority, told uncovered news reporters that “the deceased were attacked along Katwe Road between Lake Nyamununka and Kabatooro in Kasese district”.
“The deceased, whose names are withheld, include a Ugandan, a UK citizen, and a South African citizen. They were traveling under Gorilla and Wildlife Safaris, a local tour company,” a statement issued by the Uganda Wildlife Authority reads in part.
In conclusion, the attack comes days after President Museveni said on Sunday that security forces had foiled a bomb attack on churches by an ADF rebel group.
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