Reuters: We cannot abandon Kenya’s Mandera County as medics flee Islamist attacks

Fear has gripped Kenya’s northeastern Mandera County. 
On December 2, Islamic militants attacked a quarry near Mandera town and executed 36 innocent workers, just days after the hijacking of a Nairobi-bound bus outside the town and the killing of 28 passengers.
As a result of the insecurity, public servants -- especially teachers and doctors, who suffered the brunt of the bus attack -- are leaving Mandera. 
My OP-ED in Reuters


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