Kenyans worry about radicalisation after Garissa attack

Massacre at university sparks debate over how groups like al-Shabab manages to recruit young people.

    After the university attack that left 148 people dead, many Kenyans are worried about how easy it seems to be to radicalise and recruit young people to groups like al-Shabab.

    One human rights activist says that if the government wants to deal with al-Shabab, it needs to stop Kenyans collaborating with the group.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Wambua-Soi reports from Garissa.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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