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General Knowledge and Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers

Mali Quiz

1. When did France conquer Timbuktu?
a) 1804
b) 1894
c) 1824
d) 1900

2. How was Mali formerly known?
a) Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
b) French Sudan
c) Siam
d) Formosa

3. Which country quit Mali Federation on 20 August 1960?
a) Algeria
b) Tunisia
c) Senegal
d) Libya

4. Which is the capital of Mali?
a) Djenne
b) Bamako
c) Gao
d) Segou

5. Which is the currency of Mali?
a) Escuda
b) Kwacha
c) CFA Franc
d) Real

6. Which is the official language of Mali?
a) Dutch
b) French
c) Chiyao
d) Basque

7. Who was Mali’s first president?
a) Modibo Keita
b) Kissima Doukara
c) Tiecoro Bagayoko
d) Gaston Boiteaux

8. With which country did Mali have a dispute over Agacher Strip?
a) Angloa
b) Burkina Faso
c) Sierra Leone
d) Liberia

9. When did Moussa Traore come to power in Mali?
a) 22 March 1978
b) 14 May 1984
c) 4 August 1996
d) 19 November 1968

10. Who won Mali’s presidential election in 2007?
a) Modibo Sidibe
b) Amadou Toubani Toure
c) Ousmane Issoufi Maiga
d) Diancounda Traore

Mali Quiz Answers

1. When did France conquer Timbuktu?
b) 1894

2. How was Mali formerly known?
b) French Sudan

3. Which country quit Mali Federation on 20 August 1960?
c) Senegal

4. Which is the capital of Mali?
b) Bamako

5. Which is the currency of Mali?
c) CFA Franc

6. Which is the official language of Mali?
b) French

7. Who was Mali’s first president?
a) Modibo Keita

8. With which country did Mali have a dispute over Agacher Strip?
b) Burkina Faso

9. When did Moussa Traore come to power in Mali?
d) 19 November 1968

10. Who won Mali’s presidential election in 2007?
b) Amadou Toubani Toure

Originally posted 2014-05-13 19:30:55. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Updated: July 1, 2016 — 9:56 pm

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