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    Posted 3 hrs ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    hey!! guys did you know that you can easily memorize the sources of 

    history using the word HAWAMO

     

    H-Historical sites

     

    A-Anthropology

     

    W-Written resources

     

    A-Archaelogy

     

    M-Museums

     

    O-Oral traditions

     

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    Posted 17 hrs ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    Hi guys, my name is Amanda can we be friends???

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    Singano Singano   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    Hey 

    Betty Chao   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    Suurree

    Victor Kamau   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    Sure

    Marion Mukoye   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    yeps

    Posted 18 hrs ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    What is the importance of studying history

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    Marion Mukoye   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    it helps us to understand our culture and other peoples culture as well

    Mary Nkonya   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    Guides us on what is right and wrong in the society

    Lucy Nyaga   Posted on 2 days ago

    To appreciate achievements and learn from the failures made

    Amanda Marwa   Posted on 2 days ago

    Helps us to understand were we come from

    Posted 22 hrs ago in Form 3

    Colonial Administrative System

    What the reason that  make British to use indirect rule?

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    to colonize africans

    Lydiah Nyanja   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    1.They lacked adequate personnel.
    2.wanted to avoid resistance from Africans.

    Rose Rebecca   Posted on 2 days ago

    1.lack of enough manpower.
    2.the British did not want the Africans to resist.
    3.the rule was already successful in other regions.

    Posted 1 day ago in Form 1

    Evolution Of Man, Technology And Environment

    What is the nesolithic period and  the Mesolithic and patholithic period .Hallo

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    Abdulnasssry Hamisi   Posted on 2 days ago

    Hello Maria;Neolithic period aslo known as "new stone age",is the final division of stone age,began about 12000 years ago.And paleolithic period aslo known old stone age,is a period in human history distinguished by the original development of stone tools.and nesolithic period aslo refers to middle stone age,this period begun between 20000 to 8000 years ago.if you like this info please follow me!!

    Posted 2 days ago in Form 1

    Sources And Importance Of History

    Rusinga island is found in A;KENYA B;UGANDA

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    Marion Mukoye   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    kenya

    Mary Nkonya   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    B

    Glen Makasembo   Posted on 2 days ago

    A

    Posted 2 days ago in Form 3

    Colonial Administrative System

    What is the impact of direct rule

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    TO COLONIZE AFRICANS

    Rose Rebecca   Posted on 2 days ago

    African way of life was not disrupted...
    African leaders lost their authority to the British

    Posted 2 days ago in Form 1

    Evolution Of Man, Technology And Environment

    What is the Mesolithic age period and nesolithic period 

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    Marion Mukoye   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    Hi Maria, the Mesolithic period/Paleolithic period is the Middle stone age period while the Neolithic period is the LATE STONE AGE PERIOD/NEW STONE AGE PERIOD

    Glen Makasembo   Posted on 2 days ago

    Middle stage in human evolution while nesolithic last

    Posted 1 week ago in Form 2

    Interactions Among the People Of Africa

    What are the effects of interaction among the people of africa

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    Justice Lukas Victor   Posted on 2 days ago

    Development of towns

    Intermariage

    Rose Rebecca   Posted on 2 days ago

    Introduction to trade

    Mgole Magai   Posted on 5 days ago

    1.population increase
    2.spread of technology
    3.development of towns

    Posted 1 week ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    Why did Samour toure managed to defeat french for a long time?(atleast 2 points)

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    Aloyce Innocent   Posted on 3 days ago

    Hi! Can you help to teach me how I can arrange statements in chronological order

    James Martin   Posted on 1 week ago

    1.The use of guerilla warfare

     

    2.Good supply of weapons

     

    3.Some of his soldiers served in the French army hence they used some of their tactics & fighting techniques

     

    4.Support from his people

     

    5.Good leadership

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 4

    Changes In Political, Social And Economic Policies In Africa After Independence

    Why Tanganyika atai Ed his indipendency early than uganda

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    Joseph Mwamakula   Posted on 1 week ago

    Firtly 1 is good leadership of mwl juliasi nyerere 2role of language eg kiswahili 3effect of maumau war in kenya 4colonialist did not investment in tanganyika 5 No tribalism and religious

    Posted 2 weeks ago in Form 4

    Crisis in the Capitalist System

    World war 1 &2

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    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 3

    Colonial Administrative System

    what are the application of inderect rule

     

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    Daniel Mwemezi   Posted on 15 hrs ago

    that is good

    Idana Faustine   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    0738859496 i rlly need help guyz

    Lily Zig   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for reminding me love you

    Nasra Jani   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    ye guys I love you all 

     

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Social-Economic Development And Production In Pre-Colonial Africa

    what is capitalist

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    Joseph Mwamakula   Posted on 1 week ago

    Vp hppy

    Happy Mohamed   Posted on 1 week ago

    Is aperson who rule other people in all social ad ec means

    Lily Zig   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Mmmh yaan na mie nime sahau

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    Why king leopard || was allow to rule Congo after Berlin conference

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    Idana Faustine   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    hi

    Lily Zig   Posted on 2 weeks ago

    Hey

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    Why scramble for south Africa .four points

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    Husen Rehan   Posted on 3 days ago

    Good geographic position
    High population

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 3

    Establishment Of Colonialism

    Why area with navigable river experience intensive scramble .five point

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    Rose Rebecca   Posted on 2 days ago

    I guess due to good transport.

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 2

    Interactions Among the People Of Africa

    Wh contact btn Africa and Asia (6) reasons

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    Mgole Magai   Posted on 5 days ago







    1.to acquire raw materials
    2.to obtain fertile land
    3.to explore on wealth of africa and determine its sources
    4.to establish political control
    5.to acquire

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 4

    Africa In International Affairs

    QN mention problems facing the O.A.U

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    Fankie Peace   Posted on 3 weeks ago

    what

    Posted 3 weeks ago in Form 4

    Nationalism And Decolonisation

    Mention six factor nationalism before. 1945

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