Henry Okah who is accused of masterminding two car bombings in Abuja on October 1 in 2010 has been found guilty of the charges.
A South African court found Henry Okah guilty of terrorism charges leveled against him by the federal government of Nigeria.
Okah is accused of masterminding two car bombings in Abuja on October 1 in 2010. 12 people were killed and 36 were injured. He was arrested in Johannesburg the following day.
Okah was allegedly the leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, that claimed responsibility for the blasts.
The sentence includes a life jail term. The sentence will be carried out on January 31st or February 1st. The judge however gave Okah room for mitigation.
Okah denied involvement in the attacks .