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Nigeria Quiz

1) When did Nigeria become independent?
a) 1945
b) 1948
c) 1957
d) 1960

2) Which is the official language of Nigeria?
a) English
b) Ibo
c) Hausa
d) Swahili

3) Which is the capital of Nigeria?
a) Abuja
b) Lagos
c) Kano
d) Ibadan

4) Which water body is close to Nigeria?
a) Gulf of Guinea
b) Walvis Bay
c) Gulf of Aqaba
d) Suez Canal

5) Which region declared its independence from Nigeria in 1967 and was unsuccessful?
a) Calabar
b) Biafra
c) Sapele
d) Warri

6) Who won the presidential election in 1993 and was imprisoned?
a) Mashood Abiola
b) Abdulsalam Abubakar
c) Olusegun Obasanjo
d) Muhammadu Buhari

7) When did the British formally unite the “Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria”?
a) 1885
b) 1900
c) 1914
d) 1918

8) When is National Day in Nigeria?
a) 7 April
b) 14 June
c) 1 October
d) 1 November

9) Which is the currency of Nigeria?
a) Rand
b) Naira
c) Pound
d) Dollar

10) Who is the first ruler of Sokoto Caliphate?
a) Usman dan Fodio
b) Bello
c) Abdullahi
d) Abd as Salam

Nigeria Quiz Answers


1) When did Nigeria become independent?
d) 1960

2) Which is the official language of Nigeria?
a) English

3) Which is the capital of Nigeria?
a) Abuja

4) Which water body is close to Nigeria?
a) Gulf of Guinea

5) Which region declared its independence from Nigeria in 1967 and was unsuccessful?
b) Biafra

6) Who won the presidential election in 1993 and was imprisoned?
a) Mashood Abiola

7) When did the British formally unite the “Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria”?
c) 1914

8) When is National Day in Nigeria?
c) 1 October

9) Which is the currency of Nigeria?
b) Naira

10) Who is the first ruler of Sokoto Caliphate?
a) Usman dan Fodio

Originally posted 2016-07-30 15:46:40.

Ivory Coast Quiz

Ivory Coast Quiz Questions

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Ivory coast (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Ivory Coast is officially known as The Republic of Côte d’Ivoire.)

1. When did Ivory Coast become independent?
a) 12 February 1953
b) 25 April 1958
c) 7 August 1960
d) 26 November 1956

2. Which country is to the east of Ivory Coast?
a) Ghana
b) Liberia
c) Sierra Leone
d) Namibia

3. Which gulf is to the south of Ivory Coast?
a) Gulf of Cambay
b) Gulf of Guinea
c) Persian Gulf
d) Gulf of Tonkin

4. What is the national motto of Ivory Coast?
a) Equality before the law
b) All for our country
c) Appeal to Heaven
d) Unity, discipline, labour

5. Which city was named the capital of Ivory Coast in 1983?
a) Bingeville
b) Lakota
c) San Pedro
d) Yamoussoukro

6. Which is the currency of Ivory Coast?
a) Pound
b) Drachma
c) CFA Franc
d) Rupee

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Ivory Coast Map (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7. Which is the official language of Ivory Coast?
a) Swahili
b) French
c) Danish
d) Zulu

8. Who was the president of Ivory Coast in 1960-1993?
a) Laurent Gbagbo
b) Henri Konan Bedie
c) Robert Guei
d) Felix Houphouet Boigny

9. Who was the prime minister of Ivory Coast in 2004?
a) Charles Konan Banny
b) Seydou Diarra
c) Guillaume Soro
d) Affi N’Guessan

10. What are the colours of Ivory Coast’s flag?
a) Red, blue, yellow
b) Black, white, grey
c) Orange, white, green
d) Violet, Crimson, Purple

Ivory Coast Quiz Questions and Answers

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Gulf of Guinea 5.24136E 2.58756N (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. When did Ivory Coast become independent?
c) 7 August 1960

2. Which country is to the east of Ivory Coast?
a) Ghana

3. Which gulf is to the south of Ivory Coast?
b) Gulf of Guinea

4. What is the national motto of Ivory Coast?
d) Unity, discipline, labour

5. Which city was named the capital of Ivory Coast in 1983?
d) Yamoussoukro

6. Which is the currency of Ivory Coast?
c) CFA Franc

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Flag of the Ivory Coast (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7. Which is the official language of Ivory Coast?
b) French

8. Who was the president of Ivory Coast in 1960-1993?
d) Felix Houphouet Boigny

9. Who was the prime minister of Ivory Coast in 2004?
b) Seydou Diarra

10. What are the colours of Ivory Coast’s flag?
c) Orange, white, green

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Originally posted 2016-06-14 00:00:17.