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KCSE History and Government Paper 1 – Kabarak High School Mock 2015

KCSE History and Government Paper 1 – Kabarak High School Mock 2015

Mock 2015 – Kabarak High School

History and Government Paper 1

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Answer ALL the questions in this section


Identify two sources of Kenyan History.

 2 marks


State two similarities in the political organization of the Ameru and the Abagusii during the 19th Century.

 2 marks


Give the main reason why the rulers of Malindi welcomed the Portuguese in the 16th Century.

 1 marks


State two advantages of a written constitution.

 2 marks


Identify one fighting tactic used during the African resistance against the establishment of British rule in Kenya .

 1 marks


Identify one feature of African farming in Kenya during the colonial period.

 1 marks


Give the main reason why poll tax was introduced in Kenya during the colonial period.

 1 marks


Name one personality who inspired Jomo Kenyatta to join politics.

 1 marks


Identify one condition that one must fulfill in order to register as a voter in Kenya.

 1 marks


Give one member of the African Elected Members Organization (AEMO) at its inception in 1957.

 1 marks


Give one strategy used by the colonial government to achieve its objectives in offering missionary education in Kenya.

 1 marks


Outline two roles of polling clerks in Kenya.

 2 marks


Identify two functions of the National Intelligence Service (NIS) in Kenya.

 2 marks


Give two roles played by the ruling party in Kenya.

 2 marks


Give two ways in which parliamentary supremacy is undermined in Kenya.

 2 marks


Give the main function of the Commission on Revenue Allocation in Kenya.

 1 marks


State two ways through which the savings and credit cooperative societies in Kenya benefit their members.

 2 marks

SECTION B (45 Marks)

Answer any THREE questions in this section


(a)Identify three communities that interacted with the Abagusii as they migrated and settled in Kenya. (3 marks)

(b)Describe the social organization of the Abagusii. (12 marks)

 15 marks


(a) Identify three factors which enabled the white settlers to establish farms in Kenya during the colonial period (3 marks)

(b) Explain six ways in which the colonial government promoted settler farming in Kenya (12 marks)

 15 marks


(a) Apart from Kenya African National Union (KANU) name three other political parties formed in Kenya between 1960 and 1963 (3 marks)

(b) Explain the political developments which hastened the achievement of independence in Kenya between 1945 -1963 (12 marks)

 15 marks


(a) Identify three education commissions appointed by the government to review the education systems since independence. (3 marks)

(b) Explain six challenges facing the education sector in Kenya today. (12 mark

 15 marks

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer Any TWO questions in this section


(a) Identify three ways that could be used to amend the constitution in Kenya. (3 marks)

(b) Explain six challenges faced in giving Kenyans a new constitution. (12 marks)

 15 marks


(a) Outline the procedure for solving disputes in presidential elections in Kenya. (3 marks)

(b) Explain six functions of the Senate in Kenya. (12 marks)

 15 marks


(a) State three reasons why African socialism was adopted. (3 marks)

(b) Explain six social impacts of National philosophies in Kenya. (12 marks)

 15 marks

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