They say the discovery of the unexploded suicide vest has led them to detain 4 people, although the inspector general of police Kale Kaihura declined to release their names or nationalities.
An Al Shabaab spokesman in Somalia claimed responsibility for the bombings. "We warned Uganda not to deploy troops to Somalia, they ignored us," said Sheik Ali Mohamud Rage [Wow- a literal Islamic Rage Boy- NANESB!] al-Shabab's spokesman. "We warned them to stop massacring our people, and they ignored that. The explosions in Kampala were only a minor message to them. ... We will target them everywhere if Uganda does not withdraw from our land."The death toll from Sunday's attacks has been revised upwards to 76, including an American aid worker from Delaware. This would make it the deadliest terror attack on East Africa since the 1998 twin bombings of the US Embassies in Nairobi and Dar Es Salaam.