KCSE Sample Qs & As Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Shares 3,360 total views, 15 views today 892total visits,3visits today 9 Comments charles kimani mukuria bravo for the good work May 11, 2015 Reply jon Hi Charles. Thanks for the positive feedback. We appreciate your continued support. May 13, 2015 Reply shem great work August 1, 2016 Reply jon Thanks Shem. September 11, 2016 Reply shem ok August 1, 2016 Reply Mustafa I cant get the KCSE sample ques n answers. Wud u myd emailing me September 19, 2016 Reply jon Hi Mustafa. Unfortunately the questions and answers have not been compiled on time. November 12, 2016 Reply Ouma Philip kindly assist me understand what male chauvinism is and outline instances where is evident in the river and the source November 28, 2016 Reply jon Hi Philip. Male chauvinism is the belief that men are superior to women. It is very evident in the River and the Source whereby men/boys are regarded as superior to women/girls especially in the traditional African society. For instance, Chief Odera Gogni is proud of having many boys and even thinks that the birth of Akoko is that of another son. Only boys/men are allowed to take up leadership after the community as Chiefs. In education, only boys are sent to school while girls are married off. Some characters like Otieno, are seen as male chauvinists when he grabs Akoko’s wealth without her permission. we also see women like Akoko and Elizabeth being blamed when a couple fails to get children. The patriarchal society that these women find themselves in is full of men chauvinist but despite that, some like, Akoko, Elizabeth, Vera and Wandia still rise to their full potential November 28, 2016 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Notify me of new posts by email.