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Q1 Dahomey has a lot to do with ___
Niamey
Lagos
Benin
Port novo

Q2 The earliest European visitors, who started arriving Southern Nigeria came from ___
17th Century
16th Century
14th Century
15th Century

Q3 One major personality in the pacification of Northern Nigeria is ___
Dr. Zik
Dr. Nkrumah
Sir Lord Lugard
Sir James Wilberforce

Q4 The Oron in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States were migrants from___
Niger
Mauritania
Mali
Cameroon

Q5 Pastoral production responds to the seasonality of savannah vegetation, especially in the rain belt zone where rainfall ranges from ___ annually.
150mm to 1000mm
200mm to 2000mm
75mm to 1500mm
100 mm to 1000mm

Q6 The most important aspect of pastoral production is ___
Settled Pastoralist
Nomadism
Pastoralism
Sedentarism

Q7 This pastoral group consists of herd owners who maintain an interrupted contact with homesteads (cattle camps).
Sedentary
Nomadic
Semi-Settled Pastoralist
Settled Pastoralist

Q8 This group of pastoral farmers maintains permanent habitations where it remains for most part of the year.
Sedentary
Nomadic
Semi-Settled Pastoralist
Agrarian

Q9 This group of pastoral farmers maintains permanent bases where they aged and a few other members of the family may remain for part of the year are___
Sedentary
Semi-nomadic
Pastoralist
Agrarian

Q10 Those pastoral farmers moving South in the dry season and North in the wet season___
Sedentary
Nomadic
  Pastoralist
Agrarian

Q11 Although the Fulani share a common language, they vary widely in their socio-economic organisation.
Yes
No
Indifferent
Undecided

Q12 Fulfulde is one of the ___ language sub-families
Afro-American
Nigro-Asiatic
Afro-Asiatic
Kwo

Q13 The Sahel and Savannah zones are in ___
north
south
west
east

Q14 The least numerous of the pastoral ethnic groups in northern Nigeria are ___
Shuwa Arabs
Tiv
Tuareg groups
Fulanis

Q15 The pastoral known nomadic farmers in Nigeria are___
Idoma
Tiv
Shuwa Arabs
Fulanis

Q16 The ethnography of pastoralism is unique in the sense that the agricultural practices of this group, to a large extent, depend on farming a ___
living farm
dead farm
commercial farming
arable farming

Q17 An example of a reputable diviner or oracle advanced capitalism in the southeastern region is ___
Igwenkanieze
Catigari
Malama
long juju of Arochukwu

Q18   The adjudication of justice starts from the____
extended family
foster family
nuclear family
polygamous family

Q19 A procedural process that ensure social control in traditional African society is___
rites of passage
rights of passage
right process
civil rights

Q20 Oath-taking, divination and oracles and other forms of social control, are designed to deter ___
Social direction
social deviants
social deaviant
social no-conformant

Q21 The traditional political system in Ijeshaland is based on ___
The constitutional monarchy
Absolute monarchy
The feudal and totalitarian
Anarchist and authoritarianism

Q22 The traditional political system in Fulani land is based on ___
The constitutional monarchy
  Absolute monarchy
The feudal and totalitarian
Anarchist and authoritarianism

Q23 The traditional political system in Yorubaland is based on ___
The constitutional monarchy
Absolute monarchy
The feudal and totalitarian
Anarchist and authoritarianism

Q24 The traditional political system in Iboland is based on ___
the village structure.
the matrilinear structure
the lineage structure.
the patrilineal structure.

Q25 In the traditional political system, two paramount systems can be identified:
The monarchical and non-monarchical
The aristocratic and theocratic
The feudal and totalitarian
Anarchist and authoritarianism

Q26 The following except one are the expectations government need to provide as requirements for efficient law and order?
management
direction
  control
planning

Q27   In terms of occupational variation with other groups, how best can we describe the Fulani farming?
Mix farming
Pastoral
  Sedentary
integrated farming

Q28 In terms of occupational variation with other groups, how best can we describe Hausa farming?
Mix farming
Pastoral
Sedentary
integrated farming

Q29 They become wealthy landlords but were still denied participation in governance. Who are they?
Shawa Arabs of Bornu
Hausa
  Kanuri
Fulani

Q30 Who was rendering services as rulers as judges, scribes and advisers?
Fulani
  Hausa
Kanuri
Shawa Arabs of Bornu

Q31   Before Jihad, which of this group began their gradual settlement in Hausaland?
Kataf
   Kanuri
  Fulani
Hausa

Q32 To whose credit was the homogeneity in Hausaland is hinged?
Boko Haram
Zango kataf
Uthman Dan Fodio
Ibn Kaldun

Q33   Which theocratic state was built on the ruins of the Hausa states?
Sokoto caliphate
Songhai Empire
Kanem Bornu Empire
Kano Emirate

Q34 What united the major tribes of the north?
Islam
  Jihad
Agriculture
family system

Q35 When did the Jihad of Uthman Dan Fodio take place?
19th century (1803)
18th century (1804)
19th century (1804)
19th century (1806)

Q36 What is peculiar about them is that they became one only after Jihad. Which people is referred?
Fulani
Kanuri
Angas
  Housa

Q37 Which colonial historian notable scholar with the most detailed language map of Nigeria?
Sir George Goldie
Sir James Wilberforce
Joseph Chamberlaine
Brandbury,

Q38 Which tribe is described as a linguistic terminology than an ethnic concept?
Yoruba
Fulani
Hausa
Ibo

Q39 Which tribe is dominant in these states of Kaduna, Plateau, Adamawa, Taraba, Bono, Yobe, Bauchi, Gombe, Niger, Kebbi?
Fulani
Kanuri
Angas
Housa

Q40 Which of the group is the most dominant in the open grasslands?
Tiv
Idoma
Housa
Fulani

Q41 Units 8,9 and 10 your course material referred, discussed these except:
social structure
social organisation
intergroup relations
Social integration

Q42 Why is the family responsible for production and reproduction of off springs?
social acculturation
social diffusion
socialisation of the youths
social control of the youths

Q43 Who among the chiefs in Ijaw state was affected by colonial transformation?
Amayanabo
Amadioha
King Jaja of Opopo
Amanado

Q44 Development transformed some of the chiefs into what?
military officials.
political officials.
interpreting officials.
district officials.

Q45 What were became of villages able to control the commerce brought by Europeans?
They became the satellites of the new states
They became the metropolis of the new states
They became the nuclei of the new states
They became the peripheries of the new states

Q46 Why were the Ijaw states established?
response to Atlantic trade
response to Trans-Saharan trade
response to colonial penetration
response to invasion

Q47 When was the Ijaw state established?
15th century
16th century
17th century
18th century

Q48 The Ijaw developed these small states except:
Ibani (Bonny)
Nember (Brass)
Okreka
Elem Kalabari (Calabar)

Q49 East of the Niger River are other notable peoples except: such as the Ijo, Efik and Ibibio.
Ibibio
Ijaw
Efik
Urhobo

Q50 Earth line is further divided into the following except:
town union
children
youths
age grades.

Q51 Which one of these describes the first settler in a settlement according to your CM?
First among equals
Aborigine
Primordial
Autochthones

Q52 Inheritance processes among the Afikpo are determined by what?
descent groupings
marital grouping
divorcee
divorced

Q53 Which of these is not involved in patrilineal ideology?
land-owning
inheritance along mother line
land seizure
inheritance along father line

Q54 The high bride wealth makes offspring ___
Matrilineal
Patrilineal descent
Uxoria descent
Foster descent

Q55 A low bride wealth makes offspring to be of ___.
Patrilineal descent
Patrilocal descent
Uxorial descent
Patrilineal descent

Q56 The Efik-Ibibio and Igbo are predominantly ___
Matrilineal
Patrilineal
Matrilocal
Uxorial

Q57    A man, his wife/wives, children and slaves among the Efik/Ibibio groups constitute ___ a nuclear family within a defined compound.
Nuclear family
Extended family
Foster family
Adopted family

Q58 The nuclear family is the lowest unit of organisation within the ___lineage system
Lineage system
Marriage system
Family system
  Extension system

Q59 These sub-groupings in society that coordinate social norms, sanctions and rewards is ___
social fact
social organisation
social process
social structure

Q60 Social institution represents an organised way of doing things.
concept
institution
process
structure

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