Ugandan Police warn against Al Shabaab attack in Kampala

Uganda police have said they have credible information suggesting planned Al Shabaab attack in the capital, Kampala.

Police commissioner General Kale Kayihura has told the media that they are tracking a vehicle which he said is suspected to be used for an attack along Kampala-Entebe highway.

He said that the security agencies are on high alert to preempt the attack.

In a press statement sent to major news outlets in the country, Uganda police has said Fridayattacks in Somali capital Mogadishu, Kuwait mosque, Tunisia and France is a wakeup call for the tiny east African state that is a major target for Al Shabaab.

The police said Mosques, churches, hotels, shopping centers and security agencies installations are the major target of the planned attacks.