Terrorism threatens stability, hampers economic growth in Kenya
“Kenyan security experts who spoke to national media after the terror attack at Garissa University in northern Kenya stated the country must brace for a prolonged fight against a security threat that has mutated.
Richard Tuta, a security expert, was categorical that domestic and foreign terror groups are determined to flex their muscle inside the Kenyan soil even as the country’s security forces ramp up surveillance.
‘What is apparently clear is that Al-Shabaab has not been vanquished despite the recent death of its senior kingpins from missile strikes. This is a terror group whose capacity to mutate is profound,’ Tuta remarked.”