Question QFB1 : The study of crime, its causes, scientific explanations and how people react to it is called __________
Question QFB2 : Security studies is concerned with the question as what constitute a security ____
Question QFB3 : The scientific study of the earth surface, physical features, divisions, climate, products, population is ____
Question QFB4 : The scientific study of the earth surface, physical features, divisions, climate, products, population is ____
Question QFB5 : There are many criminal cross-border activities taking place between Nigeria and her ____
Question QFB6 : The civil war in Chad led to the influx of ____refugees to Nigeria.
Question QFB7 : A country establish border post at major points of entry and ____
Question QFB8 : The ____ has the statutory responsibility of combating smuggling and illegal trafficking in goods across Nigeria’s borders.
Answer: Nigeria Custom Service
Question QFB9 : Nigeria has a coast line of about ____ Kilometres.
Question QFB10 : Nigeria is well drained with a dense network of ____
Question QFB11 : The average weather condition in an area is called ____
Question QFB12 : ____ is the weight of the air above the ground at a certain place.
Answer: Atmospheric pressure
Question QFB13 : The season that generally last from April to October in Nigeria is the ____________ season
Question QFB14 : The two main types of vegetation in Nigeria are Forest and ________________ vegetation
Question QFB15 : The removal of forest and other natural vegetation from an area without replacing it is called ____________________
Question QFB16 : A situation in which an area has many more resources to support more people that it actually does is called ____
Answer: Under population
Question QFB17 : The removal of forest and other natural vegetation from an area without replacing it is called____
Question QFB18 : A combination of the age distribution and the sex distribution will give the____
Answer: Age-sex distribution
Question QFB19 : According to the 1963 Census, the three largest ethnic groups in Nigeria are Hausa, Igbo and ____________
Question QFB20 : Today Nigeria has _________________ number of local government areas.
Question QFB21 : Farmsteads, hamlets and villages are called rural ____
Question QFB22 : In the olden days nucleated settlements were usually walled for____reasons.
Question QFB23 : The railway was developed during ____ period in Nigeria
Question QFB24 : Nigeria civil war took place from1967 to ________
Question QFB25 : The Federal Ministry of Solid Minerals Development was established to promote the mining of Nigeria’s ____
Answer: Solid minerals
Question QFB26 : The mining of minerals such as iron ore, gold, tin and galena were already going on in Nigeria before the coming of the British _______
Answer: Solid minerals
Question QFB27 : The manufacturing industries in Nigeria are concentrated in the __________ centres
Question QFB28 : Nigeria earns most of its revenue and foreign exchange from ____
Answer: Petroleum exports
Question QFB29 : Gas flaring is very ____
Question QFB30 : Nigeria fisheries may be divided into sea fisheries and ____ water fisheries.
Question QFB31 : The two main types of animal husbandry are Nomadic animal husbandry and ____
Question QFB32 : Rotational bush fallowing is fundamentally similar to ____ cultivation
Question QFB33 : Mixed farming is a system of agriculture in which the farmer grows crops and also keep some ____
Question QFB34 : Food crops in Nigeria is beset with many environmental, social and ____ problems
Question QFB35 : One major aspect of agriculture in Nigeria is the production of crops for ____
Question QFB36 : Malaysia obtained its first ____ seeds from Nigeria.
Answer: Oil palm
Question QFB37 : Groundnuts production was badly hit by drought in Nigeria in the ____
Question QFB38 : The growing of crops by artificial rivers, natural and artificial lakes, wells, etc. is called ____ agriculture
Question QFB39 : The introduction of petrol pumps into the traditional form of irrigation has ____ it.
Question QFB40 : Nearness to raw materials is a major factor in the distribution of Modern ____
Question QFB41 : Kano, Jigawa and Katsina are ____ states
Question QFB42 : There are too many intermediaries between a producer and the ultimate consumer of a ____
Question QFB43 : A large portion of internal trade in the country is made up of trade in ____
Question QFB44 : Nigeria economy is a cash economy. This means that virtually all transactions have to be paid for in ____
Question QFB45 : Rail development started in Nigeria in 1890 with the ____ line
Question QFB46 : Inadequacy and poor quality of rural roads is one of the problems of ____ transportation
Question QFB47 : Roads built and maintained by the Federal Government are called ____
Answer: Trunk A Roads
Question QFB48 : Logs are boated down the creeks and ____ from Delta, Edo and Ondo to Lagos.
Question QFB49 : The largest fisheries are the Atlantic Ocean and the ____
Answer: Lake Chad
Question QFB50 : The most important means of moving goods and people today in Nigeria is ____ transportation
Question QMC1 : Criminology can be defined as _________
Question QMC2 : Nigeria is located in_________
Question QMC3 : What is Nigeria total land area?
Question QMC4 : Which of the following countries is Nigeria’s neighbour?
Question QMC5 : Cameroon is Nigerian_________.neigbour.
Question QMC6 : Before May 1967 comprised of _________region.
Question QMC7 : The creation of States and Local Governments Areas has multiplied the number and length of Nigeria’s_________
Question QMC8 : Which crop export production is the weather area of the Western Uplands famous for __________
Question QMC9 : Lake Chad is critical to Nigeria’s __________?
Question QMC10 : Nigeria’s location close to the equator accounts for the high __________in the sky throughout the day.
Question QMC11 : The weight of the air above the ground at a particular place is called __________?
Question QMC12 : The rainy season in Nigeria generally lasts from__________
Question QMC13 : The dry season starts later and end earlier in the __________?
Question QMC14 : Plants covering an area are called__________?
Question QMC15 : The removal of the forest and other vegetation from an area without replacing it is called__________?
Question QMC16 : ‘Nigeria’s population is both an asset and a _________ ?
Question QMC17 : _________is the evidence of overpopulation according to NEST (1991)
Question QMC18 : A group of people with a common identity in terms of history, language, cultural traditions, outlook and sentiments is called_________?
Question QMC19 : Inter-ethnic conflict is a threat to Nigeria’s?
Question QMC20 : _________ is part of the population that is 14 years old and younger?
Question QMC21 : In Nigeria _________percent of the population fall within the reproductive age?
Question QMC22 : The elderly are people who are at least _________
Question QMC23 : The movement of people from one place to another either temporarily or permanently is called _________
Question QMC24 : _________or _________are the main occupation in rural settlements in Nigeria?
Question QMC25 : The Islamic scholar that led the Islamic Holy War from 1804 that resulted in the takeover of the take-over of the rulership of the Hausa States by Fulani Emirs is_________.
Question QMC26 : The massive infrastructural development which has taken place since the civil war favoured the_________?
Question QMC27 : _________is a mineral fuel
Question QMC28 : The most important materials for the manufacture of cement is?
Question QMC29 : A body of water which contain fish suitable of human consumption is called?
Question QMC30 : The keeping or rearing of domesticated animals such as cattle, sheep, goat and poetry is called __________
Question QMC31 : Horses, donkeys and camels are kept in __________ part of the country?
Question QMC32 : In areas of high population density where land is relatively scare and fallow period becomes impossible, people have adopted a system of?
Question QMC33 : __________ is an important export crop in Nigeria?
Question QMC34 : The first export of coca bean from Nigeria was in_________?
Question QMC35 : When was groundnut oil mills introduced in Nigeria?
Question QMC36 : The first dams built for irrigation in Nigeria were built in the _________ basin?
Question QMC37 : The process by which people take raw materials, process them and end up with new product is called_________ ?
Question QMC38 : Which of the following is a northern industrial zone in Nigeria?
Question QMC39 : Manufacturing industries are attracted by_________
Question QMC40 : Petrol pumps became popular with irrigation farmers in Nigeria and has eventually taken over from__
Question QMC41 : By 1963 groundnut oil export in Nigeria had reached_________?
Question QMC42 : Low agricultural prices at harvest time means that farmers to_________
Question QMC43 : The areas of Nigeria which produce more food than they can consume are called_________
Question QMC44 : Nigeria may be divided into_________ broad agricultural zones?
Question QMC45 : Oil palm is an indigenous plant of the Tropical Rain Forest of_________
Question QMC46 : The rubber tree is indigenous to the Tropical Rain Forest of _________?
Question QMC47 : The food deficits in major areas of population concentration are off-setted largely by supplies from_________
Question QMC48 : In 1929, a branch rail way line was build from Zaria to Kaura Namoda to carry_________, _________and _________ from that part of the country?
Question QMC49 : The chain of intermediaries from producer to consumer may include_________
Question QMC50 : _________is the most important means of moving people and goods across Nigeria today?