February 18, 2016, a grenade explosion rocked the Ugandan capital Kampala on Wednesday 17, 2016 leaving one child dead and eight others injured.
Police issued a statement saying the blast was as a result of children unknowingly tempering with remnant of an explosive device.
According to authorities, the grenade remnant is suspected to have been buried in the ground next to a school in Mengo, aKampala suburb.
A team of bomb experts’ responded and full report on what transpired will be announced to the public, police statement added.
The Kampala blast occurred a few hours before the east African nation goes for general elections that will see a new legislators and president elected.