Three students from Garissa University were on Wednesday found guilty of killing over 148 people in 2015.
The suspects who were being charged with the Garissa terror attack will be sentenced on July 3.
The three who were found guilty are Mohammed Ali Abdikar, Hassan Aden Hassan and Rashid Charles Mberesero.
The Nairobi court acquitted one of the suspects, Sahal Diry Hussein.
The Garissa University attack occurred on 2 April, 2015 where Al-Shabaab militants shot 148 people and injured 79.
The victims and survivors were students and security officers at the Garissa University College.
According to the BBC this was the second worse terror attack in Kenya after the 1998 American Embassy bomb which killed 200 people.