Uganda police is on high alert to prevent a repeat of the July 11th, 2010 twin bombings during the World Cup match final.
Dozens of people were killed and several others injured went bombs went off Kyadondo Rugby Club and Ethiopian Village in Kabalagala during the 2010 World cup match final between Spain and Netherlands.
Croatia will take on France on Sunday this week in the final match of this year's world cup. Police spokesperson, Emilian Kayima, says they are not leaving anything to chance.
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Police has deployed a team of counter terrorism officers to inspect the venues that are planning to screen the world cup finals to ensure that they meet the security standards required.
The proprietors are expected to install metal detectors, adequate entrance and exit routes in case of any emergency and establish proper communication channels between the management, area police and private security.
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At Kyadondo Rugby Club, the venue of the 2010 terror attack everything is set for the world cup final game. Despite the fact that there is no restriction at the main gate, there is a metal detector as one approaches the main grounds being manned by two police officers.
Rita Kezaala, an employee at Kyadondo Rugby Club, says while the memories of the 2010 terror attacks can't be forgotten, they are hopeful that everything will be fine.