Terrorists organise Exhibition in the Rwenzori after NBS TV error

The terrorists claim that they were inspired by this post by NBS TV

Kabarole — Thousands of terrorists from different parts of world are expected to tour the rwenzori region after a facebook post by NBS Television that the Ugandan Police had asked terrorists to stay calm and continue with their plans of touring Rwenzori region and that the area is safe and secure, a post NBS later clarified as an error and apologised for it.

The safaris are organized under the theme “Terror at the Moon”. It is aimed at celebrating and promoting terrorism across western region.

The organisers are targeting terrorists including individuals and groups of both local and international genre.

Addressing journalists at one of the peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains , the regional terror king-pin, Bomb Clat said said this year’s Terrorrism expo is to coincide with the World Terrorism day celebration expo as part of the activities to mark the Terror activities allover the world.

When Bomb was reminded by our reporter that NBS Television had pulled down the post and apologised for the error, Bomb said “I don’t give a fuck” and went on to add that the head of Alshabaab will be the chief guest on the event.

“We have received requests from several terrorists locally and internationally who want to tour the rwenzori and also showcase their skills in at the expo. We expect about 100,000 exhibitors and curous terrorists who will come to the event,” he said.

He said terorists will have an opportunity to network and establish contacts with new terrosists groups from across the world. He went on to add that the Uganda Police Force is not invited and any found loitering around will be arrested.

The event will include the exhibition of home-made bombs by various terrorists, display of bomb fireworks , Alqueda bregade exhibition, art, physical drills and international terror techniques.

Other events include a simulation of bomb detonations, a week long bomb assembling clinic, launch of the Rwenzori Terror bregade and launch of the “Terrorism Magazine”.

He said the expo is aimed at promoting a spirit of the terrorism and encouraging people to embrace terrorists as normal people like them.

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