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SECTION A: OBJECTIVE
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Government Objective Questions for SS1 2nd Term
01. An agreed set of rules prescribing in governance of a country can be called the (a) constitution (b) charter (c) manifesto (d) hounsard 02. A constitution is said to be rigid if it (a) can be amended by the president only (b) is difficult to amend (c) is unwritten (d) is decree by solders 03. A unitary system of government is most suitable for a (a) highly religious country (b) country with a lot of mineral deposits (c) small homogeneous country (d) highly populated country 04. The principle of collective responsibility is control to the (a) presidential system (b) federal system (c) Unitary system (d) parliamentary system 05. In a parliamentary system of government, the head of government is usually (a) selected by the council of state (b) elected by one supreme court (c) the head of state (d) the majority leader in the legislature 06. A unicameral legislature has (a) two houses (b) one house (c) three houses (d) one head of state 07. The judiciary is an organ of government which (a) rules the country according to laws (b) makes laws for the country (c) gives legal backing to governments budgets (d) settle disputes in accordance with the laws of the land 08. A multi-party system often leads to (a) unitary government (b) dictatorial government (c) coalition government (d) parliamentary 09. Public opinion can be expressed through (a) census (b) general strike (c) socialization (d) compromise 10. Public corporations are set up by (a) board of directors (b) the ministers (c) workers in the corporation (d) an act of parliament 11. Military government are likely to be (a) democratic (b) civilized (c) dictatorial (d) accountable 12. A person representing his country in a fellow commonwealth country is called (a) a knight (b) a representative (c) a high commissioner (d) an attaché 13. The modern concept of the rule of law was introduces by (a) K.C wheane (b) A.V Dicey (c) Otto Von Bismark (d) Justice Holmes 14. Which of the following principles negotiates the concept of the rule of law (a) supreme of the law (b) prevention of arbitrariness in authority (c) Equality before the law (d) Exercise of absolute power by the president 15. The number of chambers in a bicameral legislature is (a) four (b) three (c) two (d) one 16. The judiciary organ of government is one body which (a) initiates bills (b) interprets the law (c) make the law (d) maintains law and order 17. The system of government in which authority is shared between the center and the component unit is called (a)unitary system of government (b) federal system of government (c) feudal system of government (d) monarchical system of government 18. In a monarchy, the head of state is usually (a) a military ruler (b) one Chief justice (c) the speaker of the legislature (d) a hereditary ruler 19. Public opinion is the view held by the (a) minority (b) civil servant (c) majority (d) politicians 20. Presidential system of government was adopted in Nigeria in what year (a) 1960 (b) 1979 (c) 1963 (d) 2020
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SECTION B Answer all questions 1a. Define unitary government 1b. State four features of unitary government 2. Explain five advantages and disadvantages of unitary government 3a. Define federal government 3b. List and explain three methods used in thee division of powers for the three tiers of government 4. Explain five characteristics of presidential system of government 5. Explain five features of con-federal government