- High Court tasks state lawyers to quicken their investigations
- Judge gives state more time; adjourns trial to December 15
- Eight Somali nationals accused of planning to bomb Uganda
High Court judge Elizabeth Nahamya has tasked the state to quicken investigations into the arrest of eight Somali nationals suspected to be part of terrorist group terrorist group, Al-Shabaab.
The demand comes after the state prosecutor Rachel Bikhole requested court for more time for investigations, prompting the trial to be pushed to 15th December 2016.
The eight suspects were arrested from Kisenyi, Kampala slum in September 2014 . It is alleged that they were planning another bomb attack against Uganda.