What's gone wrong with the 'War on Terror' in Africa?

Over the 20 years since the United States introduced its ‘Warfare on Terror’ within the wake of the nine/11 assaults, the struggle towards violent extremism has been partly waged on African soil.

In spite of this, jihadist actions were spreading around the continent, with Mozambique the newest theatre of the war. So, what’s long gone mistaken?

The BBC’s Africa Correspondent Catherine Byaruhanga travelled to Kenya’s coast to determine.

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