MODELING KENYA’S DOMESTIC RADICALIZATION LIKE A DISEASE BY INCORPORATING EFFORTS OF CLERGIES, REHABILITATION CENTERS AND JUSTICE SYSTEM
|Volume||JASETD Volume 2 Issue 1 2017|
|Issn|| ISSN 2309-0936|
|Authors||Ngari*, C. G., & Koech, W. C.|
|Article Type||Research article|
|First Published||June 2017 |
This study presents a deterministic model for domestic radicalization process in Kenya and uses the model to assess the effect of efforts of good clergies, rehabilitation centers and legal system in lowering radicalization burden. The likelihood of other drivers of radicalization to individuals who are not religious fanatics was considered. The possibility of individuals in rehabilitated subclass quitting back to violent class was considered. The equilibrium points were computed, their stabilities investigated and important thresholds determining the progression of the radicalization computed. The sensitivity analysis of control reproduction number indicates that high intervention rates hold is likely to reduce the radicalization burden. The results indicate that use of good clergies to assist individuals’ radicalized but peaceful, to recover is the best intervention strategy. Estimated numerical results and simulations were carried to confirm analytical results.