The suicide bombers were reportedly equipped with suicide bombing vests, weapons and hand grenades, and were arrested by Afghan security forces before they manage to carry out attacks.
Kabul security chief Mohammad Ayoub Salangi quoted by Voice of America (VOA) said the suspected suicide bombers were being followed by Afghan security forces and were arrested from fourth district of Kabul city.
He did not disclose further information regarding the detained suspected bombers however he said that investigations are in process.
This comes as a number of suicide bombers carried out coordinated attacks in capital Kabul last month killing and injuring at least 44 people including Afghan security forces.
At least 35 people were killed or injured after a group militants including suicide bombers targeted Afghan spy agency compound in Kabul city on 16 January, 2013.
In the meantime a group of suicide bombes attacked traffic department on 21 January, 2013 where at least 16 people were killed or injured.