JAMB – Government – 1986
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Which of the following is NOT a fundamental human right in Nigeria?
A system in which no single person serves as the chief executive is known as
In a parliamentary system, who ensures that members are in the House to vote on major issues? The
Aristocracy is the system of government in which the few rule for
According to Marxist theory, those who live by selling their labour are referred to as the
Legislative supremacy exists in
An important advantage of creating more constituent units in a federal state is to
In Which of the following ethnic groups was the pre-colonial political structure Not influenced by the Islamic culture?
The organ of the United Nations primarily responsible for maintaining international peace and security is the
In Nigeria, the highest court for Muslims is the
The principle of two levels of government in a country is called
Traditional rulers under the 1976 local Government Reforms had
Under the presidential system
Before the 1963 Constitution, the highest court of appeal for Nigeria was the
The Zikist Movement was popular for its
Which of the following ethnic groups had centralized administration in pre-colonial Nigeria?
A system of voting in which the voters are asked a yes' or 'no' question on a major issue is called
Which of the following parties formed the opposition in the House of Representatives during Nigerian First Republic?
The Minorities Commission appointed in 1957 was headed by
The greatest achievement of nationalist movements in Africa is the
Local Governments in Nigeria receive the bulk of their financial resources from
Which of he following is NOT a function of the Police Force in Nigeria?
The head of state in the first republic of Nigeria was
Pre-colonial Igbo society was
Nigeria is NOT a member of
A social system in which power is derived from control over land is called
Which of the following ideologies emphasizes the abolition of government and law?
One argument against a multi-party system is the
The two primary elements in politics are
The British Government revoked the charter of the Royal Niger Company and took over the direct administration of Nigeria in
The term, Chief -in- Council in Nigeria means that, the Chief
Judges in Nigeria enjoy security of tenure
Presidentialism is a system of government in which
In a cabinet system, the executive is appointed from the
Which constitution was created to legislate for the Lagos colony and the Southern Provinces?
The administrative headquarters of OAU is in
A system of government in which power derives from total control of the instruments of force is called
A political manifesto is a document which outlines
Proportional representation is recommended because it
Which of the following sets of factors contributed to the development of nationalism in Nigeria?
The main objective of the Public Service Reveal Commission headed by Chief Jerome Udoji was to make the Nigerian Public Service
A nation - state is synonymous with a
The major function of the legislative assembly is to
The main function of the upper chamber in a parliamentary system of government is to
The world Organization is an agency of
The writ of habeas corpus is applied to secure the
Who was appointed by the federal government of Nigeria as the administrator of Western Region in 1962?
Which of these groups of Africa leaders in closely associated with the formation of the OAU
The idea of democracy was first associated with the
The Federal constitution which concedes to the component unit the right to secede is that of
JAMB - Government - 1986
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