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• Free from anything that could jeopardise the future

• Choose to love a life of poverty date a man

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• He is very much like his father

• I lost to him at the end

• She was advised to keep a man

• Having a good behavior

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GOVT 9am

In a democracy, sovereign authority is exercised by the
A. people
B. executive
C. electorate
D. legislature.
The agent through which the state undertakes political socialization is the
A. school
B. family
C. peer group
D. pressure group
Unicameral legislature is a common feature of
A. presidentialism
B. parliamentarism
C. unitarism
D. federalism
Independence of the judiciary is pertinent because it accords the judiciary the power to
A. determine a fixed term of office for the judges
B. dismiss any judge who has breached the judicial code of conduct
C. enables the judge to try and decide cases without bias
D. determines a fixed salary for judges.
In a unitary system of government, power is concentrated at the centre
A. without devolution
B. with devolution
C. with residual functions
D. without residual functions
In a confederation, the constituency that a member of legislature represents is a
A. senatorial district
B. parliamentary constituency
C. nation-state
D. region
In a constitutional monarchy, the authority to remove the head of state is exercised by the
A. legislature
B. head of government
C. cabinet
D. prime minister
In a parliamentary system of government, a vote of no confidence leads to the resignation of
A. the entire cabinet
B. an individual minister
C. the entire parliament
D. the prime minister
In a presidential system of government, the president checks the legislature through
A. executive order
B. executive review
C. exercise of power
D. legislative order
The economic basis of feudalism is
A. capital
B. agriculture
C. slavery
D. trade.
The creation of a classless society is the ultimate aim of
A. communism
B. capitalism
C. socialism
D. fascism
One of the sources of a constitution is
A. constitutional law
B. common law
C. corporate law
D. statutory law
The fundamental assumption on which the idea of the rule of law is based is
A. rationality of human beings
B. equality of human beings
C. love for social justice
D. supremacy of the constitution
The principle of separation of power was made popular by
A. John Locke
B. Baron de Montesquieu
C. Thomas Hobbes
D. Niccolo Machiavelli
Delegated legislation refers to the laws made by
A. the legislature
B. military governments
C. civilian governments
D. non-legislative bodies
Law made by state governments are known as
A. edicts
B. acts
C. decrees
D. bye-laws
The law of libel limits a citizen’s right freedom of
A. association
B. movement
C. worship
D. expression
The first franchise in the history of the democratic process is
A. female franchise
B. male franchise
C. universal franchise
D. property franchise
An interest group that admits members and conducts its affairs according to stated rules is described as
A. institutional
B. organizational
C. associational
D. non-associational
A major influence on the formulation of public opinion is
A. public journals
B. peer groups
C. the family
D. the mass media
The highes grade in the civil service is known as the
A. technical cadre
B. administrative cadre
C. executive cadre
D. clerical cadre
The pre-colonial Yoruba political system as a whole can best be described as a
A. confederation of monarchies and chiefdoms
B. federation of chiefdoms and localities
C. highly contralized kingdom
D. confederation of chiefdoms and localities
The major motivation of British colonization of Nigeria was to
A. spread religion
B. satisfy British economic interests
C. westernize Nigerians
D. protect Nigeria from external attack
The Native Authority system was most effective and successful in
A. Western Nigeria
B. Mid-Western Nigeria
C. Northern Nigeria
D. Eastren Nigeria.
The process of nationalism was accelerated by
A. rapid economic development
B. the coming of Christian missionaries
C. the signing of the Atlantic Charter
D. improvement in warfare tactics
A common feature of the earlier political parties in Nigeria was that they
A. started as socio-cultural organizations
B. were formed by the government
C. were non-elitist in nature
D. were backed by the colonialists.
Under the 1999 Constitution, the power to declare war is vested in the
A. legislature
B. executive
C. National Council of States
D. National Security Council
A distinguishing feature of the 1979 Constitution was the
A. departure from the parliamentary to the presidential system
B. preservation and entrenchment of republicanism
C. introduction of unicameralism into Nigeria
D. introduction of a federal structure.
The two chambers of elected national representative in Nigeria are called
A. the parliament
B. the senate
C. House of Assembly
D. the National Assembly
Judicial administration in respect of national code of conduct lies with the
A. Judicial Service Commission
B. Code of Conduct Tribunal
C. Public Complaints Commission
D. Code of Conduct Bureau
In the Second Republic, the ruling National Party of Nigeria formed an alliance with the
A. Unity Party of Nigeria
B. Nigeria People’s Party
C. Great Nigeria People’s Party
D. Nigeria Advance Party
The relationship between the tiers of government in Nigeria can be described as one of
A. independent co-existence
B. coordinate and independent jurisdiction
C. voluntary subordination
D. superior-subordinate co-existence
The 1976 Local Government Reforms in Nigeria transformed the relationship between states and local government into one of
A. master and servant
B. partnership and cooperation
C. equality
D. subordination
Government-owned companies operating in the economic sector are referred to as
A. public utilities
B. public enterprises
C. public investments
D. public services.
The difference between commercialized and privatized companies is that in the former
A. private ownership is dominant
B. public ownership is dominant
C. government subsidizes costs
D. profit motive is recessive
The body responsible for running the personnel affairs of senior local government staff in
Nigeria is the
A. Local Government Council
B. State Civil Service Commission
C. Senior Staff Commission
D. Local Government Service Commission
The immediate cause of the January 15 1996 military coup in Nigeria was the
A. Kano Riots
B. Tiv Riots
C. election crisis in the Western Region
D. crisis over the population census.
Nigeria demonstrated her commitment to the policy of non-alignment during the regime of
A. Muhammadu Buhari
B. Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi
C. Murtala Muhammed
D. Ibrahim Babangida
Nigeria’s support for the South-South Cooperation is based on her desire to
A. promote economic understanding in the Third World
B. counter the political and military domination by major powers
C. assert her leadership role in Africa
D. promote her non-aligned policy
Nigeria’s relation with black political communities outside Africa is built on
A. economic considerations
B. shared political aspirations
C. perceived cultural affinities
D. expectations of political support from them
The one-time president of the United Nations General Assembly was
A. Maitama Sule
B. Joseph Garba
C. Ibrahim Gambari
D. Arthur Mbanefo
The leaders who spearheaded the transformation of the Organization of African Unity into the African Union are from
A. South Africa, Libya and Zambia
B. Nigeria, Libya and South Africa
C. Nigeria Liberia and Kenya
D. Algeria, Libya and Morocco
The countries in which Nigeria participated in the ECOMOG peace-keeping operations were
A. Liberia and Guinea
B. Sierra Leone and Coted’Ivoire
C. Senegal and Coted’Ivoire
D. Liberia and Sierra Leone
The permanent member of the Security Council of the United Nations are
A. Britain, Japan, Australia, Germay and the United State
B. Germany, France, Poland, Hungary and China
C. the United States, Russia, France, Britain and China
D. the United States, Russia, France, Britain and Japan
A specialized agency of the United Nations Organization is the
A. World Health Organization
B. General Assembly
C. International Court of Justice
D. International Olympic Committee
With the admission of Asian and African countries to the Commonwealth, the Queen of
England became the
A. head of state of these countries
B. head of government of these countries
C. patron of the Commonwealth
D. chairperson of the Commonwealth
A major problem of the defunct Organization of Africa Unity was
A. ideological differences
B. Language barrier
C. inadequate resources
D. cultural diversity
The Lagos Treaty of May 28th 1975 led to the formation of the
A. Economic Commission for Africa
B. Economic Community of West African States
C. Lagos Plan of Action
D. African Economic Summit
The current Executive Secretary of the ECOWAS is
A. Lansans Kouyate
B. Abubakar Qattara
C. Mohammed Ibn Chambers
D. Abbas Bundu
The responsibility for admitting new members to the OPEC rests with the
A. Board of Governors
B. Conference
C. Secretariat
D. Summit.

  1. The residual of production which acquires to the ownership of loans after all other expenses have been met is called
    Answer: Rent
  2. The downturn in the price of shares on stock markets is a highlight or
    Answer: The regulatory nature of the market
  3. What is the effect of decrease in supply where demand is constant? Answer: Increase in price, decrease in quantity.
  4. To control inflation, the monetary authority of a company can *Answer: Engage in a restrictive monetary policy.
    *5. Natural growth rate can be calculated by?*
    Answer: Natural growth rate = Death rate + Net immigration
    *6. In the analysis of utility theory, the basic of demand is
    Answer: *Diminishing utility*
  5. In the money market, money can only be borrowed for Answer: Short term
  6. The consumers co-operative society is owned by *Answer: Members of the society
    *9. Find the median of the following set of score, 8,9,6,5,10*
    Answer: Median is the middle number after all the numbers are arranged in ascending or descending order. (Arranging, we have 5,6,8,9,10. Therefore, the media in 8
  7. In a public company, entrepreneurship functions are performed by the
    *Answer: Board of directors
    *11. One major export crop in West Africa is _ Answer: Cocoa* 12. …… expresses relationship between the dependent and independent variable. Answer: Functions 13. Macroeconomics was made popular by Answer: John M. Kaynes 14. Distribution of goods and services is hindered by _ Answer: Too many middlemen (and other factors).
  8. Census of population is usually conducted every Answer: 10 years
  9. Which bank is known as post office bank? Answer: Merchant Bank
  10. A firm’s main aim is to
    Answer: Maximise profits
  11. In a socialist economy, factors of production are owned and controlled by the
    Answer: Government.
  12. The market where buyer and sellers of currency meet is known as
    Answer: Foreign exchange market
  13. Taxes which are levied on a person’s expenditure are known as
    *Answer: Purchase tax
    *21. The additional revenue obtained by using one more unit of a factor is called*
    *Answer: Marginal Revenue product
    *22. A firm’s compulsory cost is referred to as its* Answer: Fixed Cost
  14. The assumption of economic analysis are …….. and ….. Answer: Rationally and other things being equal
  15. A firm is at its optimum size when
    Answer: It produces the greatest output at the minimum. 25. When a variable is associated with time period, it is? Answer: A flow
  16. The full meaning of OPEC is
    *Answer: Organization of Petroleum exporting countries.
    *27. State-owned enterprises are more common in____
    Answer: Centrally planned economies*
  17. Commercial banks are example of___ Answer: joint stock banks
  18. Efficiency of labour is enhanced by Improved____ Answer: working condition and training
  19. The production strategy used in over populated country is__ Answer: Labour intensive.
    *31. Internal trade has general effect on ….. of a country.
    *Answer: GDP*
  20. West African economies can be described as?
    *Answer: Agricultural.
    *33. The headquarters of the African Development Bank (ADB) was originally located in____
    Answer: Abidjan*
  21. ….. is the measurement of steepness of the line or curve that emerges on the graph.
    Answer: Slope
  22. Banks create money by…
    Answer: Lending out deposits to borrowers
  23. The situation whereby government revenue is less than government expenditure is referred to as
    Answer: Budget deficit
  24. ….. and …. of goods and factors of production brought the existence of price
    Answer: Scarcity and usefulness
  25. The most common form of business in West Africa is the Answer: Sole proprietorship
  26. The terms of trade simply mean the price ratio of Answer: export to import.
    *40. The tax imposed on goods produced within the country is
    Answer: excise tax

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