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KCSE History and Government Paper 1 – 2014 EKSIKA Joint Evaluation Test

KCSE History and Government Paper 1 – 2014 EKSIKA Joint Evaluation Test

2014 EKSIKA Joint Evaluation Test

History and Government Paper 1

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Answer all the questions in this section.


Give two of the custodians of oral traditions

 2 marks


Name two Bantu communities whose ancestors settled in Mt. Elgon before migrating into their present homeland.

 2 marks


Name the supreme God of the Kamba.

 1 marks


Identify the main reason why Mijikenda lived in Kayas .

 1 marks


What is the main significance of circumcision among the maasai community in the pre- colonial period.

 1 marks


State the main reason why the British brought in ‘coolies’ to construct Kenya-Uganda railway.

 1 marks


Highlight two functions of the governor during the British administration in Kenya.

 2 marks


Give two weaknesses of the NARC coalition government.

 2 marks


Give one reason why mob justice is forbidden in Kenya.

 1 marks


State any symbol of national unity according to the New constitution, 2010.

 1 marks


Give one weakness of the Anglo-Germany Agreement of 1886.

 1 marks


Identify two methods used by trade unionists to demand for their rights during the colonial period.

 2 marks


State the main function of the National Assembly in Kenya.

 1 marks


State one negative consequence of urbanization in Kenya.

 1 marks


Identify two commissions appointed by the government of Independent Kenya to review education system.

 2 marks


Identify the leader of the New Kenya Group in 1957.

 1 marks


Identify pillars of nyayoism.

 3 marks

SECTION B (45 Marks)

Answer any three questions from this section.


(a) List three sub groups of the Ameru. (3mks)
(b) Explain six results of the migration and settlement of Bantus into Kenya during the colonial period. (12mks)

 15 marks


(a) State three ways in which the colonial government controlled migration of Africans
into urban centers. (3mks)
(b) Explain six ways in which the colonial land policies in Kenya undermined African
farming. (12mks)

 15 marks


(a) State three features of coastal city states. (3mks)
(b) Explain any six impacts of long distance trade. (12mks)

 15 marks


(a) State three problems associated with Moi’s era as president of Kenya. (3mks)
(b) Explain five contributions of Thomas Joseph Mboya to struggle for independence in Kenya. (10mks)

 13 marks

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer any two questions from this section


(a) State three superior courts in Kenya’s Judicial Court system. (3mks)
(b) Explain any six functions of the Chief Justice in Kenya. (12mks)

 15 marks


(a) State five categories of people whose personal liberty is limited. (5mks)
(b) Explain five methods of solving conflict peacefully. (10mks)

 15 marks


(a) State three major challenges Kenya faced at Independence (3mks)
(b) Explain six factors that led to the introduction of multi-party democracy in Kenya in 1991. (12mks)

 15 marks

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