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Djibouti Quiz Questions

1) When did Djibouti become independent?
a) 4 March 1975
b) 27 June 1977
c) 22 September 1973
d) 17 December 1976

2) Which country is to the north of Djibouti?
a) Ghana
b) Nigeria
c) Eritrea
d) Ivory Coast

3) Which is the lowest point in Djibouti?
a) Lake Assal
b) Dead Sea
c) Lake Albert
d) Lake Victoria

4) Which is the capital of Djibouti?
a) Dikhil
b) Ali Sabieh
c) Djibouti
d) Obock

5) What is the colour of star on Djibouti’s flag?
a) Blue
b) Red
c) Yellow
d) Green

6) Who was Djibouti’s president in 1977-1999?
a) Hassan Gouled Aptidon
b) Ismail Omar Guelleh
c) Ahmed Boulaleh Barreh
d) Ali Mohammed Dawood

7) Who was Djibouti’s prime minister in 1996?
a) Moumin Bahdon Farah
b) Ahmed Dini
c) Iajuddin Ahmed
d) Barkat Gourad Hamadou

8) Which is the most widely spoken language in Djibouti?
a) Afrikaans
b) Xhosa
c) Somali
d) Zulu

9) Which strait is to the east of Djibouti?
a) Strait of Mandeb
b) Strait of Hormuz
c) Makassar Strait
d) Taiwan Strait

10) Which is the currency of Djibouti?
a) Dinar
b) Franc
c) Riyal
d) Shekel

Djibouti Quiz Questions with Answers

1) When did Djibouti become independent?
b) 27 June 1977

2) Which country is to the north of Djibouti?
c) Eritrea

3) Which is the lowest point in Djibouti?
a) Lake Assal

4) Which is the capital of Djibouti?
c) Djibouti

5) What is the colour of star on Djibouti’s flag?
b) Red

6) Who was Djibouti’s president in 1977-1999?
a) Hassan Gouled Aptidon

7) Who was Djibouti’s prime minister in 1996?
d) Barkat Gourad Hamadou

8) Which is the most widely spoken language in Djibouti?
c) Somali

9) Which strait is to the east of Djibouti?
a) Strait of Mandeb

10) Which is the currency of Djibouti?
b) Franc

Updated: September 5, 2016 — 12:04 am

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