The family of Ismael Basibe, who was among those killed in last week’s bomb blasts in Kampala is requesting support from the public authority.
The expired’s senior sibling Hussein Kalulu, says that he got to know about Basibe’s end on Tuesday when the police representative Fred Enaga said that they were searching for the family members.
Kalulu takes note of that Basibe who was brought into the world in 1987 had moved to Buvuma region where he was remaining with his significant other and six youngsters. As per Kalulu, he last met the expired toward the start of November in Mayuge.
Basibe then, at that point, let him know that he was going to Kampala to get a credit and purchase a bike.
Kalulu who was a boda rider and an inhabitant at Kasala town in Nairambi sub region challenged for the LC3 executive seat for Nairambi sub region as an autonomous applicant however lost to Yunusu Maganda of the NRM party.
Hamza Kakungulu, one of his dear companions says that when Basibe arrived at Kampala, his old bike was appropriated by police just before the bomb impact for riding past check in time hours.
As per Kakungulu, upon the arrival of the blasts, the perished was at Central Police Station where he had gone to guarantee his bike.
He needs the public authority to help the six kids he has abandoned.
Last week while conveying an assertion on the bomb impacts to Members of Parliament, Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja said that administration will arrange empathetic help to the groups of the dispossessed and survivors.
The bombs killed seven individuals and left 37 others harmed. As indicated by the police, three of the dead were self destruction aircraft, while the others were Police Constable Kungu Amos, and regular folks Sande Christopher, and George Katana.