Three people have today testified in 2010 terror case.
Usufu Kigundu, Rwamathan Muzamiru and David Muwemba Coleb all victims of the twin bombings narrated how they were watching the World Cup final of 2010 when the blasts went off.
This brings to 8 the number of prosecution witnesses to have testified in the case so far.
The victims, some of them in apparent physical pain also told court of suffering they have endured with some completely maimed.
They said they needed special medical attention and large sums of money for medication.
Earlier, one of the lead prosecutors Lino Anguzo said 178 witnesses had been lined up to pin the 13 suspects.
They are charged with 76 counts murders, 10 for attempted murder and 3 for terrorism.
The trial that is before High Court Judge Alfonse Owiny Dolo resumes on 21st July.