The Office of Director of Public Prosecutions closed its file on the Garissa University attack case on Tuesday.
During the defence hearing, three accused persons opted to remain silent as one of them testified on oath on March 25, 2019.
Milimani chief magistrate Francis Andayi directed the prosecution and defence team to file written submissions on or before the April 9.
Sigei said the five suspects who were arrested with the assistance of the National Intelligence Service were in active communication with their four accomplices.
The raid in Garissa University College on April 2, 2015 left 148 people dead and several students left with injuries.
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