(i)         History is the study of:

  1. Past, present and future tenses;
  2. Past selected information;
  3. Ujamaa in traditional African societies;
  4. Mans activities against nature through various stages of development.
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(ii)       In evolution of man, the use of tools and bi-pedalism were accompanied by the development of mans: 

  1. Agriculture
  2. Brain
  3. Limbs
  4. Trade 
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(iii)       Which of the following marked the end of Portuguese rule in East Africa?

  1. The rise and fall of Coast City States
  2. The coming of Sultan Seyyid Said to Zanzibar
  3. The fall of fort Jesus in Mombasa  
  4. The coming of Europeans to East Africa 
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(iv)      One of the effects of early contacts between East Africans and outsiders was:

  1. Depopulation
  2. Rise of Coastal City States
  3. Unequal Exchange
  4. Migration of people from Mozambique to Southern Tanzania 
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(v)       An important feature in the East African coastal commercial life was the Indian Banyans who were:

  1. Capitalists from France
  2. Gold miners from France
  3. Slave Caravans
  4. Traders and money lenders 
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(vi)    The NOK region in West Africa was famous in:

  1. Agriculture
  2. Pastoralism
  3. Salt making
  4. Iron smelting 
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(vii)  The major cause of Ngoni migration from South Africa during the 19th century was:

  1. The death of Zwangendaba in 1845
  2. Population pressure leading to scarcity of resources such as fertile land and pasture 
  3. Expansion of trade especially Trans-Sahara trade
  4. Failure of vassal states to pay tributes
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(viii)The chronological order of events is usually by the following except:

  1. Time-chart
  2. Carbon 14
  3. Time line
  4. Family tree
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(ix)       The important effect of iron technology in Africa was:

  1. Expansion of heavy industries
  2. Increase of civil wars
  3.     Increase of migration in Africa
  4. Increase of agriculture and population
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(x)         The process by which people act on nature while at the same time they enter into relationship with one another is called:

  1. Means of production
  2. Object of labour
  3. Productive forces
  4.  Relations of Production 
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