by Braz Menezes

Garissa attack: How it has changed Kenya

“We will not forget Garissa.”

This statement summarises the mood in Kenya three weeks after the attack on Garissa University College in the north-east of the country, which killed 148 people.

Ever since the country’s first major terror attack — the 1998 bombing of the US embassy in Nairobi — Kenyans have stoically absorbed the impact of each assault with a three-step reaction: Shock, anger, and then a shrug.

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