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Byline: Kaburu Mugambi
The World Bank has asked African governments to urgently tackle youth unemployment and inequality among different population groups to avoid losing economic gains.
It says that violence is spurred by lack of jobs among the youth, inequality between social, ethnic, regional or religious groups as well as infiltration of trafficking networks and foreign security interference.
In its World Development Report 2011 released on Sunday, the bank says that violence occurs where governments do not provide security and access to justice, markets do not provide employment opportunities and communities have lost cohesion.
"Weak and …