‘I have survived’: Ugandan minister speaks from hospital bed after assassination attempt

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    Gunmen fired bullets at a car carrying Katumba Wamala in an attempted assassination on Tuesday, wounding the former army commander and killing his daughter and driver. Speaking from his hospital bed, the government minister said: ‘I have survived … the bad guys have done it, but God has given me a second chance. I will pull through.’

    There have been several unsolved assassinations and mysterious deaths of high-profile officials in the east African country in recent years that have fuelled speculation about perpetrators and their motivations.

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