Hurt, wounded but not broken. Garissa University College has officially reopened. The learning institution that suffered a terror attack that left 148 people dead and 79 injured has re-written the narrative that has put terrorists to shame. This has been met with great support and excitement from Kenyans on Social Media. The University students and staff members have been seen making their way to the school while security continues to be beefed up. This follows the re-opening of Westgate Shopping Mall that was also experienced a terror attack in 2013 that left 67 people killed and scores injured.

Kenyans however feel that the putting up a police post is not enough to assure the students of security. It remains to see whether the security measures that have been taken will deter future terror attacks. Here are some of the tweets of Kenyans who are celebrating with the university.