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Gambia Quiz

Gambia Quiz Questions

1. When did Gambia become independent?
a) 18 February 1965
b) 5 April 1960
c) 10 July 1972
d) 17 December 1945

2. Which country is to the north, east and south of Gambia?
a) Namibia
b) Senegal
c) Zimbabwe
d) Uganda

3. Which is the capital of Gambia?
a) Banjul
b) Brikama
c) Georgetown
d) Farafenni

4. Which is the currency of Gambia?
a) Rupee
b) Yen
c) Dalasi
d) Lira

5. Which is the official language of Gambia?
a) French
b) English
c) Zulu
d) Xhosa

6. Who designed Gambia’s flag?
a) Musa Mollah
b) Fodi Silla
c) L. Thomasi
d) Dawda Jawara

7. Who purchased Banjul Island from the king of Combo?
a) Aledxander Grant
b) Henry Bathurst
c) Warren Hastings
d) Richard Wellesley

8. When did Gambia become a British protectorate?
a) 1757
b) 1764
c) 1861
d) 1894

9. When was slavery abolished in Gambia?
a) 1810
b) 1865
c) 1906
d) 1914

10. When did Gambia become a republic?
a) 16 January 1950
b) 24 April 1970
c) 12 August 1992
d) 26 October 1996

Gambia Quiz Questions with Answers

1. When did Gambia become independent?
a) 18 February 1965

2. Which country is to the north, east and south of Gambia?
b) Senegal

3. Which is the capital of Gambia?
a) Banjul

4. Which is the currency of Gambia?
c) Dalasi

5. Which is the official language of Gambia?
b) English

6. Who designed Gambia’s flag?
c) L. Thomasi

7. Who purchased Banjul Island from the king of Combo?
a) Aledxander Grant

8. When did Gambia become a British protectorate?
d) 1894

9. When was slavery abolished in Gambia?
c) 1906

10. When did Gambia become a republic?
b) 24 April 1970

Originally posted 2014-05-07 18:38:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Updated: June 7, 2016 — 10:39 am

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