Families of victims of the blast that targeted a mosque in PD6 of Kabul city called for the perpetrators to be held accountable.
The blast took place on Friday in the early evening at Khalifa Sahib mosque in the Darul Aman area of Kabul.
According to the Ministry of Interior, at least ten people were killed and more than 20 others were wounded.
However, eyewitnesses estimated the number of casualties to be higher.
Afghan national Kung Fu champion and national team member, Ahmad Seyar Ahmadi, was among those killed, according to relatives.
Ahmadi’s son Seyawash spoke to TOLOnews about the death of his father.
“What can I say?” he said.
Ahmadi’s father, Rabani, said that Ahmadi was his oldest son.
“I have never treated him bad. I would kiss him every morning before going to work,” he said.
“He told me that if I didn’t come back, the car and everything else belongs to you. Take care of your father,” said Obaidullah, the brother of Ahmadi.
Ahmadi left four children behind.
The relatives of Ahmadi called on the current Afghan government to ensure justice.
“It was a similar situation in the previous government and it is the same in this government, the situation is very critical. We call on the current government to prevent such incidents,” said Naseer Ahmad Nizazai, a relative of Ahmadi.
Ahmadi was a student in his last semester at an engineering school.