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The style of government in the Sokoto Caliphate was
Which of the following is NOT associated with local government elections?
Traditional rulers were restricted to ceremonial rules by the Local Government Reforms of
One of the measures taken in 1988 to grant more autonomy to the local governments in Nigeria was the
Nigeria is NOT a member of the
The application of the rule of law may be constrained by
A system of government which emphasizes co-ordinate status of component units is referred to as
ECOWAS is a aimed at uniting the West African states
Which of the following led to the introduction of indirect rule in Nigeria by the British?
Bicameral legislature are popular in
Warrant Chiefs were appointed to
Governments whose central concern is the equitable distribution of wealth are said to be
Political authority is vested in the
The primary duty of the citizens to the state is
One of the weakness of confederation is the
Which of the following undermines the independence of the judiciary?
Which of the following is NOT a statutory function of an embassy?
The Obasanjo administration nationlized the assets of the British Petroleum over the British government's policy in
The presidential system of government ensures
Which of the following countries pioneered the idea of ECOWAS alongside Nigeria?
The Willink Commission was set up to
The terms, oligarchy and democracy, identify governments according to
The 1946 Constitution is characterized by
The head of a Nigerian mission in a Commonwealth country is called
Which of these countries was NOT a foundation member of the Organisation of African Unity?
Groups which seek to bring about changes in government policies without actually controlling the personnel of government are known as
In the parliamentary system, when parliament defeats a major government bill, the
The process of removing an elected official by the electorate after an election is termed
A bill becomes an Act of parliament after it has been
A condition for judicial independence is the appointment of judges by the
The unrestrained power of a state over its citizens defines the concept of
The United Nations was founded with the primary objective of
A device for controlling prolonged debates in parliament is called
The Public Service Review Commission of 1991 made proposals to ensure that the public service was
Nigeria broke diplomatic relations with France under the Balewa government over
Nigerian foreign policy implementation is the responsibility of the
An indispensable feature of any government is
Under military regime, the branches of government that become fused are the
Which of these constitutions recognized local government as the third tier of government
Until her independence, Namibia was a
The principle of collective responsibility implies that
Individual rights are said to be inelienable if they
Unlike the British, the United States constitution is
The state legislatures of the second republic in NIGERIA had the following EXCEPT
Which of the following traditional political systems was segmentary?
The notion of checks and balances guarantees that
A flexible constitution is one that is
Case-laws are made by the
The federal system of government in Nigeria was abolished in favor of the unitary one by
Elections present the electorate the opportunity to
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