Security agencies have intensified deployment at all border points as part of the many initiatives co-opted to fend off terrorism activities following recent attacks.
The Prime Minister and Leader of Government Business, Robinah Nabbanja, has assured Ugandans that the recent acts of terrorism in the country are not insurmountable and will be decisively dealt with.
Police, working with other security agencies, obtained consequential information that will aid in investigating the blasts that claimed three lives and left 37 injured on Tuesday.
President Yoweri Museveni reiterated the government's commitment to decimate all terrorist cells and root out criminals that are trying to destabilize the country's security, citing "improved anti-crime infrastructure".
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the twin suicide bombing on Tuesday in Kampala that killed three people and left over 30 wounded.
Uganda People's Defence Force (UPDF) urged people to remain calm following the blasts that occurred in Kampala today.
Police confirmed Tuesday that bomb explosions that occurred in two places in Kampala city were executed by three suicide bombers.
At least 30 people have been injured in the two bomb blasts in Kampala City.
The first blast was reported at Kooki Towers, opposite Kampala Central Police Station at 10.03am while another heavy blast was reported three minutes later at Parliamentary Avenue outside Raja Chambers.
President Yoweri Museveni will today grace the ceremony to pass out 5200 Probationer Police Constables.
According to a statement released by police, the event is being held at Police Training School Kabalye Masindi.
Security agencies have sound resources at disposal to fend off criminal gangs that are planning to terrorize the country, police spokesman Fred Enanga said Monday afternoon.