2010 Terror Bomb Case Witness Apologizes to Nation

State Witness in the 2010 bomb case has apologized to the nation for what he did in relation to Kyadondo and Ethiopian village Kabalagala bombings.

Edris Nsubuga currently serving 25 years handed to him in 2011 after pleading guilty to the offenses of Murder, terrorism and attempted murder regrets and feel sorry to the nation.

Nsubuga while testifying against 13 people accused of involving in terrorism acts told Court that he will never be again involved in such activities.

Now the Judge Alphonse Owiny Dollo has adjourned the case until tomorrow for defence team to cross-examine the witness.

Nsubuga today morning identified in court photographs of heads of the two suicide bombers, a Somali national Morsa and a Kenyan Kaka whom he says detonated themselves at Kyadondo rugby grounds and Ethiopian village in Kabalagala.

Nsubuga is pinning Issa Luyima, Hassan Haruna Luyima, Dr. Ismail Kalule Ugandans, a Tanzanian national Hijja Suleiman Nyamandodo and a Kenyan National Hussein Agade.