A provisional list of the Bomb victims as released by police as of 12.07.10

Below is a provisional list of the victims as released by police as of 12.07.10. It contains only half the dead:
1. Angela Kalyegira
2. Peter Oye
3. Denis Ssemanda
4. William Katamba
5. Dan Kityo
6. Jimmy Musinguzi
7. Daniel Mutai
8. Brenda Namanda
9. Dick Beganda
10. Linda Mutama
11. David Kimera
12. Gabrael Komakec
13. Samalie Katasi
14. Bonita Nakato – MUK student
15. Moreen Nantale
16. Regina Vicky Aryokot – S6 Vac
17. Siraj Abiriga
18. Rebecca Nakityo
19. Sidonia Apio
20. Irene Nassozi
21. Julius Asiimwe
22. Kezeronia Mwanga
23. Henry Baluku
24. Shwan Khan
25. Lilian Kobusingye
26. Juma Shodi
27. Rebecca Nakitende
28. Jane Akol
29. Tom Opio
30. Sulaiman Kakooza
31. Augustine Luweeba
32. Solomon Vitus
33. Philips Hani
34. Efren Ninay – Ethiopian
35. Efren Ednelash – Ethiopian
36. Kaleb Tereste – Ehtiopian
37. Habton
38. Smith Maria – Irish
39. Allan Kalanzi
40. Samuel Okoti
41. Smith Karamuzi
42. Stephen Okiria
43. Joy Kiiza
The above list is just half of the carnage.Some of the bodies have not been identified due to the great damage they suffered. The number so far confirmed dead is 76 – but the list is growing. The list of the injured is as representative of Uganda as the above.

Peter Okello Maber



16 Comments so far. Leave a comment below.
  1. Judy Kiggundu,

    We all pray and stand together for our country the families of those that lost the loved ones,friends, mothers, fathers and all that were killed RIP.For the love of LOVE and PEACE we stand and fight to the end.
    Judy Kiggundu

  2. nicholas apuuli,

    so bad!!!!!

  3. Fredrick Amanyire,


  4. james,

    thanks alot for posting this. May they RIP

  5. Alikoba Diana,

    We stand with the deceased families and friends in prayers. may thier souls rest in peace. fellow Ugandans lets pray for our country

  6. Sheme Chemangey Masaba,

    Thank you for keeping us informed. This tragedy shows how vulnerable we are and therefore need to be extra alert. At this stage, we can only pray for a quick recovery for the injured and commiserate with the relatives of the dead for the loss of their dear ones.
    When the dust settles, Ugandans must ask themselves the inevitable question: Is our involvement in Somalia (and by extension, Islamic imbroglio) good for our nation?

  7. Namusaazi Keziah,

    At the moment there are many questions in people’z minds, I too asked God why this had to happen. God says He will be with us till the end of the age. Ma heart grieves for ma friends who perished in an instant but I know God still upholds us. Am praying that all families and friends who lost loved ones find rest and comfort in God and may He heal those who are still lying on hospital beds.

  8. Linda Jaccy,

    As we mourn the children of this nation, its sad. Just to remind ourselves of the scriptures that worn us to be prepared always to meet the Lord because none of us knows the day or the time. Death comes like a thief in the night. So fellow countrymen and whoever is reading this, just turn to the Lord Jesus, put your house (life) in order, REPENT we are in the end time. You who have survived, are you ready????

  9. Rebecca Walyaula,

    Its really sad. Lets pray for the bereaved families and above all pray for God’s protection upon our nation.


    May the almighty Allah reward them abundatly and let him also forgive them all their sins committed during their life time, let him also punish those who did such a thing fairly because they were innocent ugandans who knew nothing at all. INNA-LILLAHI-WA-INNA-ILLEHI-RAJIUNNA!

  11. jacinta,

    at this time when our nation is being attacked by stupid,ignorant,mentally insane idiots we should stand together as ugandans regardless of our differences and defeat these cowards attacking unarmed civilians is a sign that al shsabab are cowards we pray to God that he will provide us with protection and defeat those demons.i send my condolences to the families that have lost their loved ones.i know we serve a living GOD and divine justice will prevail.

  12. Jurua Peter,

    Dear Mafabi,
    Thank you very much for your usual wisdom to let your friends share the moments of such tragedy. Please keep to this spirit and may the Lord be with you. Please keep us updated again

  13. Maggie Kogi,

    I am a kenyan who lived in uganda for four years and during that time it was my home. Am very saddened and seething inside at this heinous act of inhumanity. I do hope that those responsible are brought to justice. I pray that M7 does all he can do to ensure that this sadists don take control of UG as they have KE. May the souls of those who perished RIP.

  14. Trevor,

    I am very sorry for the loss of the lives of those died in the bombings. I have lost a good friend and I defintely feel the pain the others are going through. We don´t know who exactly did these, but being a Bible-reading Christian for a long time, I know that there comes a times God cannot stand sin any more.
    It is a normal trend that during these musical concerts, so much filthy acts take place, and the society is not addressing the issue. The religious leaders especially are to blame for the this. The best they do is to tell their congregation not to attend such concerts etc., but God loves all people. It is time for every Ugandan to stand up for righteousness. I blame our leaders for this loss!

  15. Ssebuliba Joseph,


    But i pray for those who lost their loved ones en that one who did it rewarded worthy enough of wat he did!!!!!! May their souls R.I.P.

  16. Solomon Kibinge,

    Mr. Kiggundu of Observer Dancing on 11/7 victim’s graves.
    It is surprising that in the midst of this high profile investigation the state has decided to mislead us the victims of this tragedy for its failure to stop the bombers. Now the regimes security organs are diverting the public’s attention by pretending to be working. They are secretly conniving with un principled journalist like Mr. Edris Kiggundu in his so called EXCLUSIVE observer article of 21 July 2010 “Telecom manager held over bombing”.
    Mr. Kigundu’s article is intended to calm us down and reassure us that the investigations are on course. However, we the residents of Mutundwe are not convinced, because the media’s reporting on 11/7 is full of security briefings. These security organs are on the defensive to justify their huge budget allocation. This article shows how the government is in a credibility self destruction gear by misleading the large (50 plus) strong number of FBIs investigating the 11/07 twin bombings in Kampala.
    There are lots of information Mr. Kigundu as a journalist is not telling us, why? For example this Yemen terrorist controller who slipped out of the country in April, what are his names, did anybody in Kisigula zone ever sighted this man, yes he is a terrorist but not a needle surely we would have seen him at least once.
    If Mr. Kigundu is not conniving with the security agencies did he take the trouble to note that the so called hide out house for the terrorist in Kisigula Zone, Mutundwe, a Kampala suburb is one of the uncountable “safe houses” where Ugandans are being tortured on a daily basis. The house in question is one of the many prisons controlled by Brigadier Kayanja.
    The people of Uganda know it very well that Museveni is surviving on disinformation. We should not be fooled by this regime. We the residents of Kisigula zone and other places in Uganda know how JAAT and other secrete security organs operate. They always ferry people for torture in houses in residential areas to cover their acts.
    To prove the above point you may remember the Newvision article of 27 June 2010 by Herbert Ssempogo “Suspected Thug Shot At Brigadier Kayanja’s Home”. The article went by: A suspected thug was on Saturday shot dead at the home of Brig. Elly Kayanja,…The unidentified man allegedly trespassed into the soldier’s compound at Kanaala Zone, Mutundwe, a Kampala suburb”. Interesting, again Mutundwe – a Kampala suburb, what a coincident!!! The article further went on “The bullets hit the man’s stomach and he died on the road, a few meters from Kayanja’s home”. The article was accompanied with a picture of a naked malnourished male dead body. As they say a picture tells the story. This showed a story of a poor tortured Ugandan in one of the Mutundwe safe houses, we know these prisoners are kept there in inhumane conditions, no food, only in clothes they arrest (kidnap) them in. This man dying on the road, he had taken advantage of laxity of the guards who were dozing off because of their previous busy night torturing prisoners.
    This landlady is nothing but the work of security operatives, who was set up to brief the FBIs. It is the security operatives that choose who should speak to the FBIs. “A house became a bee-hive of activity with lots of people moving in and out”. Mr. Kigundu give us a break in Uganda nothing like that can go on without the watchful eye of the LCs.
    According to Kigundu’s article “Forensic experts led by FBI agents ransacked the house on Tuesday for about six hours.
    The house, according to our sources, was virtually empty without any furniture save for a single mattress…” but this is the way the Museveni safe houses are set, this was a perfect dungeon for the poor Ugandans but sadly the FBI team is being mislead diverted from the real task at hand .
    In another twist, what Kigundu does not reveal to us is an open secret of loose talk by UPDF soldiers in barracks and to their family, friends and within the media personalities. They are talking of a fierce battle between the UPDF and the ADF in Western Uganda and some of them (UPDFs) are defecting to the liberation front (the ADF). Instead of Kigundu informing the public of what he knows from the frontline between UPDF and ADF, he instead informs us that ADF is Al Shabaab and the other way round.
    In order for our people to be protected from journalist like Kiggundu and the government who always dance on victims graves. We have been forced to volunteer to inform the public, a role the media houses in Uganda have decided to shun away from, they only prefer to manipulate public opinions by reporting about the presidents tours (campaign) in safe areas Uganda.
    Therefore, from our Kafunda club (joint) in Ndeeba we tasked Mr. Mubangizi our member to head to western Uganda on an expedition to report back his findings on the ADF and UPDF skirmishes.
    After a long week in the West, Mr. Mubangizi’s report was moving and interesting to listen to. He reported that the gallant sons of Uganda all over Uganda, with different backgrounds (a real sample of Uganda) under the guidance of ADF are involved in viscous battles with UPDF on a daily basis and the UPDF is on the run most of the time. He said that it will not be long when Uganda will be free from the NRM – Museveni occupation.
    Read Mr. Kiggundu’s article: http://observer.ug/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9392:exclusive-telecom-manager-held-over-bombing&catid=78:topstories&Itemid=59

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