Gabon Quiz

Gabon Quiz Questions

1. When did Gabon become independent?
a) 3 February 1964
b) 17 June 1976
c) 17 August 1960
d) 26 October 1978

2. Which ocean is to the west of Gabon?
a) Atlantic
b) Pacific
c) Indian
d) Antarctic

3. Which is the capital of Gabon?
a) Oyem
b) Libreville
c) Franceville
d) Bitam

4. Which is the currency of Gabon?
a) Lira
b) Drachma
c) CFA Franc
d) Krone

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

6. Which of the following colours is not on Gabon’s flag?
a) Blue
b) Green
c) Red
d) Yellow

7. Who claimed victory in elections held on 5 December 1993 and formed rival government in Gabon?
a) Jean Hilaire Aubame
b) Paul Mba Abessole
c) Jean Francois Ntoutoume Emane
d) Pierre Andre Kombila Koumba

8. With which country Gabon has dispute over the islands of Mbanie, Cocotier and Conga?
a) Equatorial Guinea
b) Angola
c) Zambia
d) Cameroon

9. Who was Gabon’s first president?
a) Paulin Obame Nguema
b) Jean Eyeghe Ndong
c) Leon M’ba
d) Omar Bongo

10. When was Gabon part of French Equatorial Africa?
a) 1910-1959
b) 1964-1972
c) 1856-1889
d) 1820-1840

Gabon Quiz Questions and Answers

1. When did Gabon become independent?
c) 17 August 1960

2. Which ocean is to the west of Gabon?
a) Atlantic

3. Which is the capital of Gabon?
b) Libreville

4. Which is the currency of Gabon?
c) CFA Franc

5. Which is the official language of Gabon?
d) French

6. Which of the following colours is not on Gabon’s flag?
c) Red

7. Who claimed victory in elections held on 5 December 1993 and formed rival government in Gabon?
b) Paul Mba Abessole

8. With which country Gabon has dispute over the islands of Mbanie, Cocotier and Conga?
a) Equatorial Guinea

9. Who was Gabon’s first president?
c) Leon M’ba

10. When was Gabon part of French Equatorial Africa?
a) 1910-1959

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Originally posted 2013-05-10 14:07:31. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Updated: November 8, 2016 — 12:43 am

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