Government (2015) | Study Mode

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Question 1
A
government, the police and the armed forces 
B
population, territory, government and sovereignty 
C
federal state and local governments 
D
the press, the legislature, the executive and the judiciary 
Explanation.
B is the correct answer. Other options may look alike. However for a state to be recognized it must have option B's attributes. For instance option A only explained the presence of a government, police, army , navy and air force but no population, no sovereignty and no territory. So that's incomplete. Option C only explain two tiers of government. These are not enough adjectives to describe a state. Option D is equally wrong because: It had no government, sovereignty, population and territory.

Correct Option:
B
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Question 2
A
emphasizes political differences 
B
makes accountability difficult 
C
negates freedom of association 
D
delays decision-making. 
Explanation.
B is the right option because its type of leadership does not account to any anybody or group.Again , since it's a ONE MAN MOPOL, no individual or group checkmates his activity . As a result misappropriation e t c would be on increase.

Correct Option:
B
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Question 3
A
year the British established their rule over Nigeria 
B
beginning of first world war 
C
year Lugard effected amalgamation of Nigeria 
D
year the railway system was completed 
Explanation.
The answer to this question is C because prior to the component body now known as Nigeria we were administered differently (i.e) The North and south protectorate. So it was this year that both protectorate was amalgamated. Option A is an understatement because prior to 1914 British has established its tentacle all over, then not Nigeria, however this were made in badges (i.e) Royal Niger company, U. A. C, Lever brothers e t c

Correct Option:
C
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Question 4
A
King Kosoko 
B
King Dosunmu 
C
Oba Ovonramwen 
D
King Jaja 
Explanation.
In February 1897, the British colonial forces invaded and conquered Benin City. Oba Ovoranmwen was dethroned, and deported to calabar where he lived and died in the month of January 1914, after sixteen years of British captivity. He was later buried at old Calabar by official of colonial authority in the absence of his Benin royal family.

Correct Option:
C
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Question 5
A
B
12 
C
19 
D
21 
Explanation.
Option B is the answer. Gen. Yakubu Gowon actually created these states to decentralize the (Igbos) Biafra sovereignty.

Correct Option:
B
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Question 6
A
take charge of local administration 
B
stop ritual killings 
C
prevent tribal wars 
D
supervise native courts and markets 
Explanation.
Since they are uneducated able men, most probably where the white felt they can be functional is the above function.

Correct Option:
D
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Question 7
A
a republic 
B
a plutocracy 
C
a monarchy 
D
an empire 
Explanation.
It is so because Republic is defined as a situation or process whereby the people democratically elect their leaders into public or political offices.

Correct Option:
A
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Question 8
A
Lord Lugard 
B
Dr. Nnamdi Azikwe 
C
Sir James Robertson 
D
(the late) Major-General Aguiyi-Ironsi 
Explanation.

No official Explanation yet!


Correct Option:
A
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Question 9
A
influence the legislature to make decision favourable to them 
B
inject emotion and selfish debates 
C
influence the public 
D
use all means, including bribery, to achieve their objectives 
Explanation.
the only mission for which it is established

Correct Option:
A
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Question 10
A
1946 
B
1956 
C
1960 
D
1963 
Explanation.

No official Explanation yet!


Correct Option:
D

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