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GST201

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The Hausa language is classified under the __________ subgroup.

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The offices of the Galadima, Madawaki, Yari Sarki and others was an ofshoot of ________________

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The Ogiso who clashed with the nobles and became a victim of intrigues of
his wives is ______

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The _____________ Constitution of 1954 remains the cornerstone of the Nigerian Constitution till date

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Egharevba claims that the Bini people emigrated from ___________________

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The original seven
Hausa states was
referred to as the
_______.

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The first true nationalist organization that emerged in Nigeria in
1936 was called _______________

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The arm of
government in
traditional Yoruba
society whose head is
Are Ona Kankanfo is_________

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Frederick Lugard is best known as the _____________ of the 1914 amalgamation.

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The _____________ were the first Europeans to arrive Nigeria.

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Socio-politically speaking, __________________ people have never established a single kingdom

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The Jukun are also
known as _______

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The _____________ people form the largest linguistic groups in the whole of Africa

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The fundamental human rights of the citizens of any nation include all but ____________

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The National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroon’s when
created in 1944 was headed by _____________

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The Makada is the patron leader of the __________

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The Richards Constitution was the first constitution drawn for Nigeria in
the year ________________

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The aboriginal people of Igala were known as the ________________

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The center of the socio-political organization of the Kanem Bornu people was based on ______________

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By the year _____________, the whole Nigeria was under the responsibility of the
British Colonial office.

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The Abutu Eje was identified as child
reared by a ____________

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The ________________ language unites all the Kanem-Bornu people.

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In the Yoruba governing system, the council of seven members headed by
the prime minister is called ________________

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The final declaration
of the Nigerian
independence was on
October 1, 1960
otherwise known as_________day.

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The king of the Kanem Bornu people is known as _______________

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Citizenship can be acquired through one of these ways ________

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The Queen mother of the Kanem Bornu people is called _______________

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When the government of a country honours an eminent personality with the rights of citizenship, it
is known as _______.

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_______________ was known as the god of iron?

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The Babangida administration modified and extended the fiscal and monetary objectives and measures and introduced _________.

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In traditional Urhobo society, divorce was uncommon because ___________.

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The __________________ ancient government in Nigeria was known for having no centralized
states?

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The man through
whom the kingdom of
Itsekiri was established was known as__________

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The duties and responsibilities a citizen performs in the state and to other
citizen’s include all but ____________

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The Sankira is the patron leader of the __________.

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Division of labour in
Hausaland is_________
based.

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The Maini Kanendi of Kanem-Bornu was also the ______________

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The Itsekiri and the Urhobo people are found in the __________________ region

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The adoption of ________________ into the socio-political organization of Hausa States gave birth to new political institutions.

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In traditional African  society, marriage was contracted with the _______ of the ancestors and gods.

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The ________________ introduced the “Gun-boat” politics.

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The _______________ was regarded as the "companion of the gods" in the Yoruba origin.

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The Yoruba ethnic group is believed to have come into existence between ______________

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An Idah Prince known as _____________  re-established Nupe’s independence

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The primary aim of the first amalgamation of Nigeria was for ____________________
reason.

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These are some of the social vices inimical to the well being of the
society except ______________

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One of the kings that resisted the British during the period of the legitimate commerce is __________

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Hausa states was referred to as the _______

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Amala Oha was a form of general assembly in traditional Igbo society where members met to perform ________________
functions.

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The ____________________ Constitution was the most comprehensive of the three Nigeria got before independence.

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