Margaret Warner traveled to Kenya in March 2008, just after
the government and opposition had reached an agreement on
power-sharing. She reported on the deal and how the country
was dealing with the fallout from the political violence.
Stephen Ndegwa, a visiting scholar at the UCLA Globalization
Research Center - Africa and a governance specialist with
the World Bank, answered your questions about the political
dispute in Kenya and whether the power-sharing deal will
The ethnic-driven killings in Kenya -- ignited by disputed
elections in December 2007 -- are a sign of long-simmering
tensions, and any long-term political resolution must address
those deep-seated fissures, regional experts say.