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#1. How did the Rift Valley affect the construction of Uganda railway?

#2. Why was Nelson Mandela imprisoned?

#3. In which way is the dressing of a Sebei who lives on Mt. Elgon different from that of a Karamojong who lives ¡n Karamoja?

#4. Why is tourism called an industry?

#5. Brazil ¡s one of the major coffee producing countries. How does a decline of coffee production in Brazil affect the sale of coffee by Uganda?

#6. Why do the Masai at times move out of their districts to the neighbouring districts?

#7. State one reason why German colonial rule was resisted ¡n Tanganyika.

#8. When did the Gold Coast come to be known as Ghana?

#9. How does Uganda benefit by having two routes to the sea?

#10. How did the East African Common Services Organisation promote trade among its member countries?

#11. Give any one factor that has contributed to the industrial development of Lugazi town.

#12. How is the function of the Constituent Assembly (CA) different from that of the National Resistance Council (NRC)?

#13. How can the government of Uganda assist primary schools to improve the quality of teaching?

#14. Most people ¡n Uganda live in rural areas. What is the advantage of this to the economy of the country?

#15. What did the kingdom of Bunyoro- Kitara sell to the neighbouring territories?

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