How did East Africa change after independence? There was no land available for people to purchase in the region. East Africans no longer believed in the idea of owning land. Urban populations in East Africa have declined in recent years. Many plantations were divided up and the land sold to Africans.

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D.Many plantations were divided up and the land sold to Africans

Explanation:

After independence, most white settlers that owned plantations and huge pieces of lands that were under irrigation moved back to their countries.The governments that took turn became in charge of the plantations and farms though single individuals got hold of these plantations in a corrupt manner in the name of buying them.Eventually, most of these plantation farms collapsed due to mismanagement of funds and poor farming practices.


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The correct answer to this open question is the following.

Although the question does not include options, we can say the following.

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Answer:

Average speed of Fran should be 14 miles/hour

Explanation:

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Answer:

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