Four Kenyans jailed in Uganda over the 2010 Kampala bombing
A Ugandan High court has sentenced five people to life in prison for involvement in 2010 bombings that killed 76 people assembled to watch a soccer match on television.
Justice Alphonse Owiny Dollo also sentenced two other people found guilty to 50 years each in jail.
A third person will serve a community service for a year since he had stayed in remand longer than the three years he would have served for being an accomplice.
Four Kenyans are among those found guilty of involvement in the 2010 Kampala terror attack that claimed 74 lives.
According to Judge Alfonse Owiny-Dollo, they suspects were found guilty after evidence showed that they were directly involved in the attacks.
The eight terror suspects including four Kenyans; Idris Magondu, Hassan Hussein Agade, Habib Suleiman Njoroge and Mohamed Ali were found guilty of murder and terrorism.
Two Tanzanian brothers were also found guilty of playing a central role in the twin attacks at a restaurant and a rugby club in Kampala.
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