Please, fill out the information below to continue. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. A party system made up of more than two parties may not qualify for the tittle of a multiparty system whenthe parties are not competitivethe country in question has a unitary form of governmentthe parties have identical structuredifferent parties are supported by distinct political intereststhe country in question has a federal form of government2. An electoral system is the system which governshow people votethe conduct of electionsthe appointment of cabinet ministersthe appointments of judgesthe appointment of the pope3. When a government sincerely strives to make justice and fair treatment the functions of law and order in its society we say that the government observesthe rule of Lawthe iron rule of Oligarchythe rule of Bureaucracythe rule of Popular Sovereigntythe rule of gerontocracy4. The Nigerian Clifford Constitution was divisive because it made provisions forlimited Franchiseunlimited franchiseAn Executive councillegislative Council5. Which of the following served as the secretary -general of the United Nations?Javier Perez de cuellarIbrahim GambariJoseph GarbaMohammed El-Baradai6. The separation of powers means the same asnone of the abovechecks and balancesthe rule of lawsupremacy of the judiciarya presidential system of government7. The franchise isthe right to votethe paper which a voter casts at electionnone of the abovethe receipt given to tax payersan order of the Court8. Bicameral legislature existsTo prevent the concentration of power on legislative houseTo ensure that just laws are passedTo provide jobs for more politiciansWhere two cameras are used to monitor court proceedings9. Indigenous sovereignty in the Hausa/Fulani pre-colonial political system was visible in theEmirwazirisarkin Ruwamadawaki10. Under the 1960 Independence Constitution of Nigeria, the highest court of appeal was theCourt of AppealLegislative CouncilAppellate Committee of NigeriaSupreme Court of NigeriaJudicial Committee of the Privy Council11. The atomic bomb test carried out around Sahara desert made Nigeria server relations withGermanyFranceCanadathe United state12. The principle of "due process" in law as in the present policy (1999 - 2007) is an equivalent of;decentralizationUltra viresconstitutionalismlackadaisicalism13. Traditional rulers were restricted to ceremonial rules by the local government reforms of196619761984198714. A system in which a few powerful and rich nobles own land which is hired out to the poor people to farm is calledCo-operativesSocialismCommunismFeudalismCommunalism15. Which of the following are pressure groups?A and Cthe national union of Nigerian Studentsthe Nigeria union of teachersthe Nigerian chamber of commerceall of the above16. The Coussey commission report laid the ground-work for the eventual independence ofGambiaSierra LeoneNigeriaGold Coast(Ghana)Liberia17. The idea of democracy started with thePersiansEuropeansRomansEgyptians18. Ceremonial and executive powers are usually fused in aunitary system of governmentfederal governmentparliamentary system of governmentpresidential system of governmentdemocratic system of government19. A major achievement of the OAU was thedecolonization of Africaeradication of povertyestablishment of democracy in Africapromotion of development20. The legislative arm of a government is alwaysthe cabinetthe body that interprets lawthe highest organ of governmentthe parliamentthe body that makes law21. An unwritten constitution is one which governsis not subject to judicial reviewsis made up solely of a set of conventionsis only partially writtenis not written at allnone of the above22. The Nigerian-Cameroun crisis over the Bakassi peninsula occurred owing the interpretation of the treaty of 1913 and thedecision of the international court of justiceMarouna Accordresolution of the OAUdecision of the ECOWAS tribunal23. The administrative head of a public corporation in Nigeria is thesecretarymanaging directorchairmanboard of directors24. Africans were first elected to the legislative council in British West Africa inNigeriaSierra LeoneGhanaThe Gambia25. Delegated legislationdecentralizes responsibility for law making subject to agreed controls from the centeronce decentralizes problems without providing suitable solutionshas advantages and disadvantagesmeans sharing responsibility between central and local government on a fifty fifty basis26. The power to exercise overall control of the executive functions of ECOWAS is vested in theauthority of head of state and governmentcouncil of memberssecretary-generaltechnical and special commission27. The most germaine element in modern policies areorder and violenceorder and concensusorder and laworder and conflict28. Nigeria is rated in the organization of petroleum exporting countries as theseventh largest oil producerthird largest oil producingsixth largest oil producerfifth largest oil producer29. Which of the following terms is different from the others?ConstitutionalismTotalitarianismFascismAuthoritarianismDictatorship30. In the Pre-colonial Yoruba political system, the traditional rulers hadlegislative and Judicial Powerslegislative, religions, social and econ. Powerlaw making onlyjudiciary, executive and Legislative powers31. A Security Council resolution requires the occurence of1 of the 5 permanent members9 of the 15 permanent members3 of the 5 permanent membersall of the 5 permanent members32. Nigeria's voting at the United Nation is guided primarily byher national inerestthe cold warher concern for Africaworld peace33. The minorities Commission appointed in Nigeria in 1957 recommend thatNigeria should revert to a unitary structureNo more states should created before independencethe minorities should constitute one stateMore states should be created in the federationthe legislature should Legislate for the minority areas34. The cabinet system of Government does not embody the principle of separation of power becauseit does not encourage the appointment of a presidentthe Executive is not separate from the legislatureit gives less powers to a prime minister than a presidentthe speaker controls the activities of the housethe executive is not directly appointed by the electorate35. According to Marxist theory, those who own and control the means of production in a capitalist society areexploitersbourgeoisiecolonialistsworkersshareholders36. The deliberate tampering with the delimitation of constituents in order to win more seats is calledbureaucracydelimitationgerontocracydevolutiongerrymandering37. The first Pan African conference was held inLondonManchesterParisBrusselsNew York38. A condition for judicial independence is the appointment of judges by theThe 1979 constitutionCivil service commissionLow Review CommissionJudicial service Commission39. Rates are generally collected in Nigeria bythe Emirate or Traditional Councilthe Department of Inland Revenuethe State Ministry of FinancePresidential Liaison Officerthe Local government40. An important principle of the civil service isNepotismAnonymityPartisanshipAuthoritarianism41. In parliamentary system, who ensures that members are in the house to vote on major issues?WhipClerk of the HouseParty leadersSpeaker of the House42. Constitutional cases in Nigeria can only be raised first instance inthe high courtsthe supreme courtnone of the abovethe courts of appealtha sharia court of appeal43. A constitutionally defined set of individual rights which governments are obliged to protect constitutesCivil rightsStatutory rightsNatural rightsCustomary rightsEquity rights44. Democracy means a system of Government in whichnone of the abovethe minority rulesthere is no party systemthe people rulethe majority rules45. The second military coup in Nigeria took place onOctober 1, 1966July 29, 1975July 29, 1966January 15, 1966February 13, 197646. A fascist regime is bothrepresentative and accountableauthoritarian and totalitariandemocratic and constitutionalfair and legitimteresponsive and responsible47. The most absolute pre-requisite in modern policy, for welfare, security, liberty and justice in the society islawordergovernmentright48. The final stage in the process of enhancing legislation isnotificationguillotinefinal readingassent49. Properly understood, the state, and nation are similar in principle in all ramifications savegovernmentnone of the aboveTerritorySovereignty50. One of the fundamental features of capitalism isthe rule of the fewthe predominance of the public sector in the economythe entrenchment of social rightsthe elimination of all forms of competitionthat the major factors of production are privately owned51 out of 50Time is Up!