Somali military court has on Saturday sentenced five people to death for their role in Baidoa attack on February.
According to the chairman of the court Liban Abdi Yarrow four of the men were found guilty for their involvement in the attack that resulted death of over 30 people and wounded many more on 28 February.
The fifth person was found guilty for killing a civilian.
Armed group Alshabaab claimed the responsibility of the double explosion attacks that rocked the South Western Somali city.
Despite over whelming human rights groups condemnations Somali military court continues with the execution of Alshabaab members found guilty for attacks against government targets.