Kampala High Court has acquitted five suspects who appeared for judgement over Thursday in the 2010 twin bombings that rocked the Ugandan capital.
Presiding judge Justice Owiny Dollo found Kenyan national Suleiman Mbuthia not guilty and acquitted him of terrorism charge.
The judge said there is no evidence that he [Suleiman Mbuthia] participated in the planning and execution of the attacks.
Another Kenyan national Omar Awadh Omar was also found not guilty since evidence against him was not strong enough.
Kenyan Omar Awadh Omar was the second suspect to be acquitted on the charge of terrorism.
Justice Owinyi also found Muhammed Hamid Suleiman not guilty, making him the third acquittal.
The judge further found Batematyo Abubakari not guilty, making him the fourth acquittal.
The fifth acquittal was Dr Ismail Kalule due to lack of evidence linking him to terrorism activity.
All the five acquitted of terrorism are acquitted of murder.
The judge has set them free henceforth.
Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo adjourned the case until tomorrow, Friday at 9.30am.