Press Packer Rushabh lives in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, where police fired tear gas and jets of water at protesters.
They were trying to gather for a rally against the recent election result.
Rushabh hasn't been able to leave his house.
Here's his report.
"There was a bit of trouble in the morning at Uhuru (Freedom) Park, but it was controlled by high security.
It's been really scary, although in Nairobi it's a bit safe.
Thousands of people in Kenya have left their homes
In Mombasa, all rural areas actually, there have been riots, there have been break-ins to supermarkets.
There are some people burning houses, and innocent people have been losing their lives.
It's really scary, I don't want to go back to school. "
Rushabh, 11, Nairobi, Kenya