Vice President Jessica Alupo has come out to describe the recent terrorist attacks that have occurred in the country as cowardly and has given assurance that they will be defeated.
Alupo made these remarks yesterday at St. Francis Hospital Nsambya after her visit to Adrian Kwetegyereza who was one of the victims of the second bomb attack which took place on a bus that was en route to Western Uganda.
“These are cowards, and we will make sure that they are defeated; to ensure that the country remains secure,” Alupo said.
Kwetegyereza is the acting Regional Police commander of Greater Bushenyi.
He survived the bomb attack, alongside 37 other passengers when a bus belonging to Swift Safaris Bus company was attacked.
At the time of the attack, Kwizera was on his way to his upcountry home and the attack left him with a double fracture in the right leg and was set for operation yesterday.
The Vice President offered financial support to the family to foot some of his medical bills.