Please briefly explain why you feel this question should be reported .
Kenya is a country undergoing political changes, but the situation is far less tense than in neighbouring countries. The events of a few days ago have nothing to do with internal politics, but what certain is that they will have an effect on political life in Kenya.
We should also discuss the situation in the cities (Nairobi, Kisumu, and Mombasa) and in the peripheral zones. The cities are experiencing huge growth, but the tensions we can observe there are mainly provoked by the unequal distribution of wealth.
The peripheral zones, where Garissa is located, enjoy very few development projects. The land is not very hospitable and there is a lot of desert. The rural populations present in these areas make up a form of general prosperity, but they feel a little marginalised. These are the sorts of places where radicalisation can take root.