3 found guilty of planning Garissa University terror attack that killed 147 students

Justice at last

Rashid Charles Mberesero, Hassan Edin and Mohamed Abdi found guilty of planning Garissa University terror attack that killed 147 students

A court in Nairobi has found three people guilty of planning and facilitating a terror attack that killed 147 students at Garissa University in 2015.

Rashid Charles Mberesero, Hassan Edin and Mohamed Abdi alias Mohamed Ali Abikar were found to have actively planned the attack with al-Shabaab operatives.

Sahal Diriy alias Sahali Diriye Hussein, who frequently carried a Koran and often prayed in the dock during the trial, was acquitted.

Chief Magistrate Francis Andayi is expected to sentence the three on July 3.

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