WAEC Government Exam Questions for 2019/2020|Check Mostly Repeated WAEC Questions Here

WAEC Government Exam Questions for 2019/2020|Check Mostly Repeated WAEC Questions Here–This Government Waec Questions are in two categories, which are Objective and Theory

Government Exam Questions for students preparing for WAEC Examination, Are you preparing for WAEC Examination? Here are mostly repeated Government Examination questions for the forthcoming WAEC Exams. This questions comes in 2 separate sections, such as the Objection section and the Theory section.

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WAEC Government Exam Questions for 2019/2020|Check Mostly Repeated WAEC Questions Here

1.       Democracy means a system of government in which (a) the majority (b) the minority rules (c) there is no party system (d) the people rule (e) none of the above

2.       A constitution is federal if (a) it provides for a presidential system (b) it is unwritten (c) it is not unitary (d) the central and component units or authorities are co-ordinated and equal (e) there is a division of powers between a central and number of other component authorities

3.       The executives is (a) a committee (b) of the body that makes (c) the body that executes the policies of government (d) the highest organ of government (e) the body which enforces the law

4.       The judiciary is (a) an arm of the Executive (b) the body which makes law (c) a body of lawyers (d) the body which interprets the law (e) none of the above

5.       The ‘Separation of powers’ means the same thing as (a) a presidential system      (b) checks and balances (c) the rule of law (d) supremacy of the judiciary (e) none of the above

6.       Rights are (a) claims which the law allows (b) claims against the states (c) claims against other individuals (d) claims which are natural to men (e) what are written in the constitution

7.       Pressure groups are (a) organisations which want to overthrow the government  (b) organisation which seek to influence the policies of government (c) associations of people who share the same ideology (d) political parties (e) religion orders

8.       A cabinet system of government is practiced in (a) the USSB (b) the USA (c) the peoples republic of chain (d) the United Kingdom (e) North Korea

9.       The citizen’s obligations are (a) what the government orders (b) duties the individual imposes on himself (c) what the law requires of individual (d) what the military decrees (e) what political parties demand of their members

10.     An electoral system is the system which governs (a) the appointment of the Pope (b) how people vote (c) the conduct of elections (d) the appointment of cabinet minister (e) the appointment of judges

11.     An unwritten constitution is one which (a) is not subject to judicial review (b) is only partially written (c) is not written at all  (d) is made up solely of a set of convention (e) none of the above

12.     Delegated legislation is legislation (a) which is not submitted to Parliament         (b) made by judicial tribunals (c) made by a Minister acting under an Act of Parliament (d) made by a local government (e) made by a parastatal

13.     Before colonial rule, Yoruba traditional rulers were appointed by (a) the people acting through their representatives (b) Ogboni (c) Ifa (oracles) priests               (d) Oduduwa (e) Kingmakers

14.     The first political party, properly so-called, was formed in Nigeria in (a) 1916       (b) 1923 (c) 1944 (d) 1948 (e) 1951

15.     The Lol Cadres a major factor in the constitutional development of the French colonial territories, was introduced in (a) 1940 (b) 1946 (c) 1950 (d) 1956 (e) 1960

16.     The Coussey Commission Report laid the ground work for the eventual independence of (a) Nigeria (b) Gambia (c) Gold Coast (Ghana) (d) Sierra Leone (e) Liberia

17.     The (former) Western Region of Nigeria became internally self-governing in        (a) 1955 (b) 1956 (c) 1957 (d) 1958 (e) 1959

18.     The first Pan African conference was held in (a) Paris (b) Brussels (c) London      (d) New York (e) Manchester

19.     The Public Service Commission (Nigeria) is responsible for the appointment of all (a) Judges of the High court (b) officials of public corporations (c) civil servants   (d) military personnel (e) University teachers

20.     Constitutional cases in Nigeria can only be raised in the first instance in (a) the Supreme Court (b) the High Courts (c) the Court of Appeal (d) Sharia Court of Appeal (e) none of the above

21.     Which of the following would act for the Head of State when he is out of the country (a) the Chief justice of Supreme Court (b) the Chief of Staff, Army (c) The chief of Staff Supreme Military headquarters (d) The Chief of Staff, Air Force       (e) The General Officer Commanding, First Division

22.     To raise funds, local government can levy (a) import duties (b) income taxes        (c) excise duties (d) rates (e) profits tax

23.     The Economic Commission for Africa is an agency of (a) the OAU (b) the Commonwealth (c) the United Nations (d) the OCAM (e) the Africa Development Bank

24.     Nigeria is not a member of (a) the OAU (b) the Security Council of the UN (c) the African Development Bank (d) the Commonwealth (e) OCAM

25.     The primary function of political party is to (a) oppose the government                (b) aggregate interest (c) mobilize public opinion (d) provide welfare for their members (e) provide support of the military

26.     The OAU was formed in (a) 1946 (b) 1956 (c) 1960 (d) 1963 (e) 1965

27.     All members of the newly constituted local government councils in Nigeria were    (a) directly elected (b) indirectly elected (c) appointed by the state governors     (d) appointed by the Head of State (e) none of the above

28.     Which of the following is true as a major function of elections (a) the elections serve the purpose of recruitment of leaders to office in a modern state (b) the elections give the people a chance to eliminate opponents who are in office         (c) they are means of testing the popularity of politicians (d) politicians use elections as tools to deceive the populace (e) elections are means by which politicians keep themselves in power

29.     The first Governor-General of Nigeria was (a) Lord Lugard (b) Dr. Nnamdi Azikwe (c) Sir James Robertson (d) (the late) Major Aguiyi-Ironsi (e) the Oni of Ife

30.     The Supreme policy-making organ in the Organisation of African Unity is (a) the Council of Ministers (b) the Assembly of Heads of State and Government (c) the General Secretariat (d) specialized Commissions (e) none of the above

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