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SECTION A (25 Marks)Answer ALL the questions
- Mobile phone.
-Bahr-el-Ghazal-South west Ethiopia
- Legal process.
-Use of elders
- Head of state commendation (HSC)
-Order of the Golden Heart (OGH)
-Elder of the Burning spear (EBS)
-Distinguished service medal (DSM)
- Imperial British East African Company (IBEAC)
- Western education
-Protection from his traditional enemies
-Expanded his empire
-He became the chief maker in western Kenya.
-Acquired modern weapons
-Industrial and technical in approach
- Formed political parties
-Joined trade unions
-Formation of welfare associations
-United different communities
- Environmental conservation
-Provided herbal medicine
-Trained as medical workers
-Odinga defeted from KANU and formed KPU.
-Lower and upper house was abolished
-KADU joined KANU
-Government critics were detained(Shikuku and Wamwere & Seroney
- Unifying workers
-Granting of powers to the local level from the central government
-Little / or low government support
- Sessional paper No 10 of 1965.
SECTION B (45 Marks)Answer any THREE questions
-Lived in villages called kaya
-Comprised of a communities
-Believed in one god mulungu
-Honored the dead
-Had special medicine “fingo” to ward off enemies
- Organized in clans
-Clans confined in ridges headed by Omogambi
-Omogambi presided communal ceremonies, was the first to cultivate, sow and harvest
-He was assisted by a council of elders(Abagata ba gesaka)
-Chief sat on a special stool(egetumbe) and wore a crown (chindgote)
-Boys initiated to join warrior-hood
-Each clan was independent and conducted their raids to their neighbors.
-Cattle bomas were military training grounds
-The Bomas (Ebisarate)were fortified for defense
- Zanzibar was royal to him
-Green and pleasant climate
-Convenient for trade
-Fertile soils for cloves growing.
- leaders wanted to retain their positions
-Leaders wanted protection against their local enemies
-Wanted material gains from the British
-Fear of British military power
-Feared loss of their independence and positions
-Massive land alienation
-Force supply of grains and cattle to the British.
-Wanted to retain their culture
-Excess force by the British soldiers
- Increase of African legco members from 8 to 14.
-4 specially elected legco members from each race
-Number of African ministries be doubled
-Oathing which united the fighters
-Civilian population supported the fighters
-Resourceful and courageous leaders
-Natural forests provided hideouts
-Had enough supply of weapons
-Deep resentment against colonialism
-Previous experience of warriors
- Availability of raw materials
-Water bodies provide fish (fish industries)
-Forests provide timber for lumbering
-Natural beauty promote tourism
-Rivers promoted H.E.P power.
-Population provide labour and market
-Agriculture support Agro-based industries
-Transport and communication
SECTION C (30 Marks)Answer any TWO questions
-Treatment with dignity and respect.
-Access to educational institutions
-Access to public transport and information
-Use of sign language / Braille and other means of communication
-Access to device that overcome their disability
-Ethics (work ethics)
-Thrift / wise prudent use of resources.
-Protect interest of devolved government/represent counties
-Ensure equity in resource distribution /determine the national revenue allocation to the counties.
-Check excesses of the executive and legislature.
-Wages and salaries
-General repairs and maintenance
-Contributions to international organizations
-Grants and Bursaries
-Maintaining local transport/Bridges.
-Conserving the environment / forests
-Maintain childhood education, home crafts and villages polytechnics.
-Promote democracy and accountability
-Foster National unity
-Give power for self – governance.
-For communities to manage their development
-Protect and promote interest and rights of minorities / marginalized
-Ensure equitable sharing of national and local resources.
-Decentralized state organs
-Promote separation of powers
-Promote social and economic development