Uganda High Court on Tuesday found seven men guilty as charged over 2010 attacks on a restaurant and a rugby club in the Uganda’s capital, Kampala.
The court sentenced five people to live imprisonment after they were convicted to bear the highest responsibilities in the attack that left 76 people killed and scores wounded.
Another two received 50 years in jail for their involvement in the attack.
Four of those found guilty are Kenyans, two Ugandans and a Tanzanian.
Six were acquitted of the charges but court has ordered to be re- arrested.
Justice Owiny further condemned the act of terrorism and though the sentences will not gratify victims, justice has been served.