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KNEC KCSE History and Government Paper 2 – 2014 KCSE COMA Joint Exam

KNEC KCSE History and Government Paper 2 – 2014 KCSE COMA Joint Exam

2014 KCSE COMA Joint Exam

History and Government Paper 2

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section in the booklet provided


Name two earliest inhabitants of Kenya.

 2 marks


State two importance of the age-set system among Kenyan communities during the pre-colonial period.

 2 marks


State one way in which mission stations promoted the spread of Christianity in Kenya.

 1 marks


State two factors that contributed to the portugese success in their conquest of the Kenyan Coast.

 2 marks


Give one main role of opposition parties in Kenya.

 1 marks


State two limitations of the Anglo-German agreement of 1886.

 2 marks


Identify two ways through which European settlers in Kenya were able to get labour force
during the colonial period.

 2 marks


State two effects of the swynnerton plan of 1954 in Kenya.

 2 marks


State two circumstances in which Kenyan citizenship can be revoked.

 2 marks


State one function of the African welfare organizations in urban centres during the colonial period

 1 marks


Give the main reason why KANU refused to form a majority African Government when it won the first African majority elections in 1961.

 1 marks


Identify one right of an arrested person before trial in a court of law.

 1 marks


Give the main constitutional change in Kenya in 2008.

 1 marks


Who is the head of the national police services.

 1 marks


State one way in which one can become a member of the National Assembly in Kenya.

 1 marks


Identify two types of land holdings in Kenya

 2 marks


Mention the main revenue account for the national government.

 1 marks

SECTION B (45 Marks)

Answer any three questions.


(a) Apart from the Ameru, name other communities that are classified as eastern Bantu. (3mks)
(b) Explain five results of the migration and settlement of the eastern Bantu in their present Area (12mks)

 15 marks


(a) Identify five reasons why Omani Arabs were interested in establishing their control over the East African Coast (5mks)
(b) Discuss roles played by Seyyid Said in the development of International trade at the coast during the pre colonial period (10mks)

 15 marks


(a) State five reasons that made the Akamba to resist the British invasion and colonization during the colonial period. (5mks)
(b) Explain five challenges that the Imperial British Company faced in administering Kenya up to 1895 (10mks)

 15 marks


(a) Identify three roles played African chiefs in Kenya during the colonial period (3mks)
(b) Explain six factors that enabled mau mau freedom fighters to fight the British for a long time. (12mks)

 15 marks

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer two questions.


(a) State three democratic entitlements of a Kenyan citizen (3mks)
(b) What are the functions of the National government (12mks)

 15 marks


(a) Identify five factors that have promoted national unity in Kenya (5mks)
(b) Describe five main features of the Kenyan constitution (10mks)

 15 marks


(a) Give the composition of the national security council (5mks)

(b) Explain five challenges facing the Kenya Defence Forces (10mks)

 15 marks

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