23/04/2020 Senior Class WAEC/NECO/UTME Mock Exams(Government) 0Comments by Gate Academy Please, fill out the information below to continue. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. In a parliamentary system of government, a Bill is almost certain to be passed after thethird readingfifth readingsecond readingnone of the abovefourth reading2. In the Pre-colonial Yoruba political system, the traditional rulers hadlegislative, religions, social and econ. Powerjudiciary, executive and Legislative powerslaw making onlylegislative and Judicial Powers3. Bicameral legislature existsWhere two cameras are used to monitor court proceedingsTo provide jobs for more politiciansTo ensure that just laws are passedTo prevent the concentration of power on legislative house4. A party system made up of more than two parties may not qualify for the tittle of a multiparty system whenthe parties have identical structurethe parties are not competitivethe country in question has a federal form of governmentdifferent parties are supported by distinct political intereststhe country in question has a unitary form of government5. The final stage in the process of enhancing legislation isnotificationguillotinefinal readingassent6. Traditional system of Government in Pre-colonial Nigeria was based onwelfarismsocialismcommunalismcommunism7. The Philosophy and fundamental laws of a country are contained in itsmanifestoparty programmeconstitutionedictsdecrees8. The Nigerian-Cameroun crisis over the Bakassi peninsula occurred owing the interpretation of the treaty of 1913 and theMarouna Accordresolution of the OAUdecision of the international court of justicedecision of the ECOWAS tribunal9. The Northern elements Progressive Union (NEPU) of Nigeria was founded by ..........Joseph TarkaAhmadu BelloWaziri IbrahimTafawa BalewaAminu Kano10. An unwritten constitution is one which governsis not subject to judicial reviewsnone of the aboveis only partially writtenis not written at allis made up solely of a set of conventions11. One of the fundamental features of capitalism isthe predominance of the public sector in the economythe entrenchment of social rightsthat the major factors of production are privately ownedthe elimination of all forms of competitionthe rule of the few12. Under the Presidential systemThe states take instruction from the federal governmentThe president may come from any of the partiesThe party with the majority of seat forms the ExecutiveThere is the principle of collective responsibility13. Before colonial rule, Yoruba traditional rulers were appointed bythe Ogbonikingmakersthe people acting through their representativesIfa oracle priests14. When a government sincerely strives to make justice and fair treatment the foundations of law and order in its society we say that the government observesthe rule of Bureaucracythe rule of lawthe rule of gerontocracythe iron rule of Oligarchythe rule of popular sovereignty15. In parliamentary system, who ensures that members are in the house to vote on major issues?WhipSpeaker of the HouseParty leadersClerk of the House16. The idea of democracy started with theRomansPersiansEuropeansEgyptians17. Rights areclaims against the statesclaims against other individualclaims which the law allowswhat are written in the constitutionclaims which are natural to men18. Indigenous sovereignty in the Hausa/Fulani pre-colonial political system was visible in thewazirisarkin RuwaEmirmadawaki19. Welfare in modern policy has become a new .....imperativenationalismapathysocialization20. Properly understood, the state, and nation are similar in principle in all ramifications savenone of the aboveSovereigntygovernmentTerritory21. Rule of Law refers to situation in whichLawyers are the rulersParliament makes lawsLaws are supremeThe judiciary is independent22. Government means the machinery established by a state to manage the affairs of thealiensrulespeoplecivil servantsworkers and peasants23. The most absolute pre-requisite in modern policy, for welfare, security, liberty and justice in the society isrightordergovernmentlaw24. A system in which a few powerful and rich nobles own land which is hired out to the poor people to farm is calledCommunalismSocialismFeudalismCommunismCo-operatives25. The Coussey commission report laid the ground-work for the eventual independence ofLiberiaNigeriaSierra LeoneGold Coast(Ghana)Gambia26. Before colonial rule, Yoruba traditional rulers were appointed by the people acting through their representativeking makersifa(oracle) priestthe OgboniOduduwa27. Which of the following is the basis factor in the formation of a federation? Thedesire for unionpresence of a common enemywillingness to remain dependentexistence of a single large ethnic group28. With whom is fascism associatedBenito MussoliniAdolf HitlerKari MarxJohn LockeJoseph Stalin29. A body of people and institutions that make and enforce laws for a particular society is calledgovernmentdictatorshiptotalitarianismanarchydemocracy30. Citizenship acquired through marriage is referred to asnationalizationhonorarynaturalizationregistration31. Constitutional cases in Nigeria can only be raised first instance intha sharia court of appealthe high courtsthe supreme courtnone of the abovethe courts of appeal32. A nation-state is synonymous with asovereign statepolitical communitynationdependent territory33. An important advantage of creating more constitution in a federal state is toMake the states gain more power from the federal governmentEnable ambitious Politicians gain political powerEnhance the People’s political participationCurb the excess of the federal government34. A constitutionally defined set of individual rights which governments are obliged to protect constitutesCustomary rightsCivil rightsEquity rightsStatutory rightsNatural rights35. Collective responsibility means thatall ministers are collectively responsible to the Prime Ministerministers are collectively responsible to the parliamentministers must always show a sense of responsibility towards one anotherministers must first clear their public statements on policy matters with the cabinet office before delivering themno minister may publicly criticize decisions made collectively in cabinet without first resigning36. The cabinet system of Government does not embody the principle of separation of power becausethe executive is not directly appointed by the electoratethe speaker controls the activities of the housethe Executive is not separate from the legislatureit gives less powers to a prime minister than a presidentit does not encourage the appointment of a president37. One of the fundamental features of capitalism isThe elimination of all forms of competitionThe predominance of the public sector in the economyThat the major factors of production are privately ownedThe entrenchment of social rightsThe rule of the few38. A condition for judicial independence is the appointment of judges by theLow Review CommissionJudicial service CommissionCivil service commissionThe 1979 constitution39. One of the organizational weakness of the organization of petroleum exporting countries is its inability topunishing erring membersmonitor global oil consumptionassist poor contriescollect members' dues promptly40. The deliberate tampering with the delimitation of constituents in order to win more seats is calledgerrymanderingdevolutionbureaucracygerontocracydelimitation41. One of the functions of the Ministry of external affairs is theDefense of the Country’s BordersDeportation of illegal aliensIssuance of PassportsPromotion of national interests42. A member of the commonwealth that still recognizes the british monarch as its Head of state isGhanaSingaporeIndiaAustralia43. The legislative arm of government is alwaysthe parliamentthe body that interprets lawsthe body that makes lawsthe cabinetthe highest organ of government44. The power to require and receive submission or acceptance of exercise of power without much physical or intellectual resistance that belongs to a socially recognized status ispolitical authoritydialogueAuthoritypolitical power45. The minorities Commission appointed in Nigeria in 1957 recommend thatNo more states should created before independencethe minorities should constitute one stateMore states should be created in the federationNigeria should revert to a unitary structurethe legislature should Legislate for the minority areas46. The Igbo in Eastern Nigerian in the Pre-colonial era hadTotalitarian governmentFeudalistic governmentgovernment controlled by warrant chiefsno central Government47. A body of people and institutions that make and enforce laws for a particular society is calledTotalitarianismDictatorshipDemocracyAnarchyGovernment48. Regionalism was introduced in Nigeria under the constitution of ........1954194619791922195149. Legitimate power is derived fromwholistical granting of Powerhorizontal and vertical structure of powerthe legal premise of a ststehierarchical structure of an organization50. Under the 1960 Independence Constitution of Nigeria, the highest court of appeal was theAppellate Committee of NigeriaLegislative CouncilJudicial Committee of the Privy CouncilCourt of AppealSupreme Court of Nigeria51 out of 50Time is Up!