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JAMB – Government – 1985

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This quiz consist of over 50 JAMB Government past questions and answers. The answers are well explained. Retake the quiz as many times as you feel the need. Success!

This is a timed quiz. You will be given 3600 seconds to answer all questions. Are you ready?

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Public opinion is important because it

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The deliberate tampering with the delimitation of constituencies in order to win more seats is called

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The Supreme power of a state to make and enforce laws within its jurisdiction is called

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The political neutrality of civil servants implies that they

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which of these is NOT a member of the Judiciary

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The amalgamation of the Northern and Southern Protectorates of Nigeria was in

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The non-permanent of member of the Security Council of the United Nations Organisations (U.N.O) are elected for

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Public corporations are established mainly to

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In a democracy, sovereignty is vested in

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A person who is disenfranchised is

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A one party system of government

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ECOWAS IS

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Under the 1979 Nigerian Constitution, the Supreme Court Judges were appointed by the

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One of the non-permanent members of the united nations Security Council is

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Fascism developed in

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The McPherson Constitution of Nigeria created a

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Which of the following nations does not have veto power in the Security Council of the U.N.O?

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Which of the following is NOT a member of ECOWAS

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The Economic Commission for Africa is an organ of

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Constitutionalism means

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The following six political parties were registered for the 1983 elections

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Nigerian adopted a republican constitution

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The Arthur Richards Constitution introduced into Nigeria

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Delegated legislation is the power to make laws by

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The Clifford Constitution

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Local governments in Nigeria are created in order to

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A bill that applies to the whole population and is intended , to promote the general welfare is called

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The annual budget of the O.A.U is approved by the

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An election conducted to fill a vacant post on a legislature is known as

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In 1966 the military intervened in Nigerian politics because

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The rule of law implies

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A head of the executive branch in a parliamentary system is called the

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In Nigeria the office of Prime Minister was first created in

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Universal Adult Suffrage means all

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A constitution is classified unwritten because it

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Ceremonial and executive powers are usually fused in a

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The name of the president of the Nigerian Labour Congress elected in 1983 is

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The Nigeria National Democratic Party (N.N.D.P)of the Pre-independence era

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Case - law are made by the

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In a simple majority electoral system the candidate that wins is the one who

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Which of the following is a good example of Confederal State?

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The theory of separation of powers was for the first time clearly formulated by

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Under the Independence Constitution

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Which branch of government is responsible for implementing? The

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In a unitary system of government

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The Lyttleton Constitution is important because it

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The members of the Nigeria Constituent Assembly were elected by

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Lagos was first amalgamated with the Western Region as a result of the

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