The memorial service for the victims of the 11th/July/2010 twin bomb attacks was held yesterday with a wake up call from religious leaders. The memorial service was held at Pope Paul Hotel.
Sheik Mohammed Mulaje lit the candles in remembrance of the victim and all those who died in the bomb twin attacks in Kyadondo Rugby Club and the Ethiopian Village. Over 70 innocent people who were watching World Cup finals met their death at the Rugby Club while over 50 died at the Ethiopian Village.
Some of the relatives of the deceased have expressed their feeling that ever since the attacks took place, there is laxity in public places in terms of security. By yesterday morning, there was no sign at Kyadondo Rugby ground that a memorial service was to be held.
Moris who lost a 17 year old brother Daniel in the bomb twin attacks says that the public has forgot the tragedy. He expressed his disappointment as a result of people who were dancing around the memorial stone.
"On one who lost their loved one can dance around this memorial stone". Said Morris a relative of the deceased.
The bomb twin attacks which took place on 11th/ July/2010 at Kyadondo Rugby Club and Ethiopian Village were blamed on the al shabab group. During the memorial service, religious leaders asked Government to tighten security in all public places to over come the 2010 tragedy.