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Q1 Regular laws of a country are inferior to acts of administrators which are not congruent with it and beneficiaries who suffer from the arbitrary action of administrative officials under the rule of law have civil grounds to bring an action against the state.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q2 ____ refers to a country that is independent, having the ability to make its laws, execute those laws and administer the territory.
Nationality
Nation
Sovereign state
Prerogative

Q3 The fundamental rights provision is contained in chapter ____ of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria.
Six
Five
Three
Four

Q4 The concept of the rule of law exists to check the excesses of public administrators and government officials who inadvertently in the discharge of their duties, tend to be arbitrary and oppressive in negation of the laws of the land as enshrined in the constitution which ought to govern their operations.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q5 ____ is the supreme law in Nigeria.
Presidential order
Court order
Constitution
Decrees

Q6 The Dasuki Committee scrapped States Ministries of Local Government in ____ .
1978
1998
1988
2008

Q7 There was the Dasuki Local Government Review Committee of _____ .
1974
1984
1994
2004

Q8 The Udoji Commission on Local Government reform submitted its report in ____ .
1972
1978
1974
1976

Q9 ____ is to improve a system, an organization, a law, etc., by making changes to it.
Deform
Inform
Reform
Refoam

Q10 The following are ways of controlling local government councils in Nigeria except?
Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs
Indiscipline
Intervention by the Commissioner for Local Government
Inspection

Q11 The following are problems confronting Local Governments except?
corruption
bad leadership
good relationship with state government
poverty

Q12 ____ is shared from the Federation Account to Local Government Areas.
22%
20%
20.6%
22.6%

Q13 The administration of each local government area consists of a Chairman and ____ .
Senators
Legislators
Counsellors
Councilors

Q14 As at today, Nigeria has ___ local government areas.
744
447
774
747

Q15 The second tier of government is the _____ .
State Government
Federal Government
Local Government
National Assembly

Q16 The first tier of government is the _____ .
State Government
Federal Government
Local Government
National Assembly

Q17 In Nigeria Local Governments form the ____ tier of government.
first
second
third
seventh

Q18 The Local Government system is guaranteed by section _____ of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria.
8
9
7
5

Q19 The Federal Civil Service Commission is an independent and political body.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q20 The existence of the federal Civil Service Commission is recognized by Section ____ of the 1999 Constitution.
120
180
170
190

Q21 A Commissioner of a State may only be sworn in after the House of Representatives has ratified his nomination.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q22 Ministers are appointed from any State of the Federation.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q23 Persons who are sworn in as Ministers by the President become members of the State Executive Council.
false
true
unsure
none of the options

Q24 The Senate is the lower Chamber of the National Assembly.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q25 The President appoints his Ministers after they are confirmed by the ____ .
House of representatives
House of Assembly
Senate
none of the options

Q26 The President of Nigeria may delegate some of his functions to state commissioners.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q27 As Chief Executives of Nigeria, the President and Governors are the accounting officers within the limit of administrative powers.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q28 Section 176 of the 1999 Constitution creates the Office of Governor of a State.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q29 To assist the President in his duties, the 1999 Constitution created the Office of Vice President in Section ____ ?
131
141
151
161

Q30 The Executive power to administer Nigeria is vested in the President of the Senate.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q31 Section ____ of the 1999 Constitution creates the Office of the President of the Federation.
120(1)
140(1)
130(1)
131(1)

Q32 The doctrine of separation of powers encourages arbitrariness and excessive use of powers.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q33 The three organs of Government are independent of one other.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q34 The 1999 Constitution is the grundnorm of Nigeria.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q35 The President of Nigeria appoints the Chief Justice of Nigeria with the recommendation of the ____ .
Chief Justice of Nigeria
National Assembly
National Judicial Council
Judicial Service Commission

Q36 The Supreme Court of Nigeria rules on appeals sent to it after consultation with the Executive arm of Government.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q37 The Ministers appointed by the President are subject to confirmation by the ____.
Vice-President
House of Assembly
National Assembly
National judicial Council

Q38 Bills become laws whengiven assent by the President of Nigeria.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q39 The organs of government are expected to work in harmony and competition with each other.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q40 All the organs of government have unified functions.
true
false
unsure
none of the options

Q41 The legislature is an organ of government.
True
False
Unsure
None of the options

Q42 The organs of government are: the Federal, States and Local Governments.
True
False
Unsure
None of the options

Q43 Separation of powers acts as a check on the organs of Government.
True
False
Unsure
None of the options

Q44 The courts must entertain presentation of arguments by counsel on one side only on disputed issues of law.
False
True
Unsure
None of the options

Q45 In exercising judicial powers, the courts must entertain disputes between parties whose evidence must be received and considered.
False
True
Unsure
None of the options

Q46 The Federal High Court which is the apex court in Nigeria.
True
False
Unsure
none of the options

Q47 Section ____ of the 1999 Constitution vests judicial powers in the courts.
6
5
4
3

Q48 In Administrative terms, Executive Power is power to make laws.
True
False
Unsure
None of the options

Q49 The President may delegate his duties but remains responsible for the actions of the delegates.
False
True
Unsure
None of the options

Q50 The President may exercise his powers directly through his Vice President, Ministers or relevant officers in the public service of the Federation.
False
True
Unsure
None of the options

Q51 The Executive Powers of a State are vested in the President of Nigeria.
True
False
Unsure
None of the options

Q52 Section ____of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria vests legislative powers.
4
3
2
5

Q53 Section ____of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria vests Executive powers.
2
3
4
5

Q54 Both the National and State Assemblies operate through Committees in the discharge of their statutory functions.
True
False
Unsure
none of the options

Q55 The Legislative Powers of a State is vested in the House of Representative of the State.
False
True
Unsure
None of the options

Q56 The National Assembly consist of a Senate and a House of Assembly.
True
False
Unsure
None of the options

Q57 The National Assembly is charged with the duty to make laws for the ??peace, order and good government of the ____ .
states
localities
Federation
Local Governments

Q58 The National Assembly of Nigeria is bimeral in nature.
False
True
Unsure
None of the options

Q59 The functions of Public Administration which are carried out by various organs of government can be categorised into ____ .
three
six
five
four

Q60 In order to ensure the effective and efficient execution and functioning of the business of Government, administrative powers have been classified _____ .
four
three
two
five

Q61 ____ are powers which are not specifically given but which may be necessary in order to carry out an express power.
Consequent
Consequential
Implied
Incidental

Q62 ____ are powers that an administrator feels is so close to his express powers that he assumes are derived from express powers.
Consequential
Implied
Incidental
Incident

Q63 ____ power refer to authority to perform duties or functions specifically authorized by an enabling statute.
Implied
Express
Consequential
Transcient

Q64 Administrative powers may be classified into _____ .
4
2
3
5

Q65 The word ??power?? can be universally defined.
true
false
unsure
None of the Options

Q66 The functions and powers of public officers and administrative authorities, derive from the usages and customs of the people.
true
false
unsure
None of the Options

Q67 The functions and powers of traditional leaders derive from the customs and way of life of the respective traditional communities.
true
false
unsure
None of the Options

Q68 In Public Administration, power to regulate and manage human and material resources of the nation is vested in ____.
norms
laws
public officials
individuals

Q69 Every society is governed within the framework of established rules and regulations.
false
true
unsure
None of the Options

Q70 ??Administration?? as a concept is an adjective qualifying _____.
just
justice
law
noun

Q71 During the British administration in Nigeria in which Her Majesty, the Queen was the ultimate authority while other arms were lieutenants to the Queen, Administrative Law became ____.
doctrinal
empirical
scientific
demonic

Q72 The British colonialists came to Nigeria in the ____ century.
19th
18th
17th
20th

Q73 The origin of Administrative Law can be traced to our traditional past when society was governed by local chiefs or obas and their functionaries.
true
false
unsure
None of the Options

Q74 The definition of Administrative Law proffered by Sir ____ indicates that the subject deals with the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities.
Ivor Jenkins
Vevor Jennings
Ivor Jennings
Favor Jerkins

Q75 ____ refers to the understanding that those who are charged with the administration of government are accountable to the public.
Private
Public
Pubic
Administration

Q76 Public Administration relates to the management, duties and rights of managers who are charged with administration of ____ duties of a government.
legislative
judicial
executive
None of the Options

Q77 Public Administrative Law deals with issues of powers and duties of none administrative functionaries.
true
false
unsure
None of the Options

Q78 No Nation can function properly unless its citizens conform to the laws of the land and respect them.
true
false
unsure
None of the Options

Q79 _____ is a system of rules and regulations that members of society have to obey and apply in their private and public lives.
Public admin
Administration
Policy
Law

Q80 Public Administration began as activities of ____ leaders to manage the general affairs of their respective communities.
rebel
emperor
traditional community
None of the Options

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