2 edition of work of an African chief in Kenya = found in the catalog.
work of an African chief in Kenya =
Kenya Colony and Protectorate.
English and Swahili.
|Other titles||Kazi za machifu wa Kenya.|
|LC Classifications||JS7648.A1 K4 1960, JS7648A1 K4 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||49|
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State the reasons why the British applied indirect rule to administer colonies in West Africa and East Africa. Date posted: Ap Answers (1) State problems encountered by the local government during the colonial period (Solved) State problems encountered by the local government during the colonial period.
Date posted: Ap Kenya @ 50 Village chiefs in the colonial era were resented since they were termed as relics of British authority. And for Senior Chief Njiiri wa Karanja of Fort Hall (Murang’a), his case was. Chief I will now take home between Sh19, and Sh26, while Chief II, will be going home more than Sh8, the richer.
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Brill, p bibl index afp (African sources for African history, 10); ISBN Reviewed in apr CHOICE. Kenya: Chiefs New Role Now Spelt Out. 1 November chiefs and assistant chiefs work, the circular says. The new Constitution may change the name of chief but the job would be secure.
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Other famous chiefs were Chief Njiiri wa Karanja (after whom Njiiris High is named) and Chief Luka Kahangara of Lari; the main victim of the infamous Lari Massacre during the ‘Night of the Long. Colonialism in Kenya lasted roughly 68 years, from the end of the 19th century until Kenya's independence from Great Britain in "Africa's precapitalist forms of production were subjected to a historic break in their autonomous development; in the terminology of.
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The Act also provides for the appointment of a village headpersons, i.e. persons employed by Chiefs. A Chief may issue Orders for a wide variety of purposes including: preventing the pollution of the water in any.
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