Friday, July 30 2010
Three men were today charged with 89 offences in relation to the July 11 bombs in Kyadondo and Ethiopian Village that left over 80 dead. Hassan Agadi and Muhamad Adam are Kenyans while Idris Kiggundu is a Ugandan working in Kenya.
They were produced at Nakawa court which was heavily guarded at the time. The three are have been charged and remanded to Luzira while investigations for ten others go on. The Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the bombing that took place as fans watched the final game between Spain and Netherlands.
Related: Kyadondo Blast
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