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Government Section A, Elective
- Distinguish between power, authority, and leadership.
- What are the functions of government in a state?
- Definition of the term, government.
- Distinguish between the rights and duties of a citizen.
- Outline four methods used by pressure groups to achieve their objectives.
- Identify five merits of collective responsibility.
Government Section B, Elective
- Describe the main features of assimilation in French West Africa
- Describe colonial administration in French West Africa between 1900 and 1960.
- Outline the privileges and responsibilities of citizens and subjects in French West Africa.
- What six factors accounted for the failure of assimilation in French West Africa?
- Highlight any six differences between the policies of assimilation and association.
- Identify six features of the French colonial policy of association in West Africa.
- Past questions and answers on colonial rule in French West Africa
- What is colonialism? Outline six factors accounting for the colonization of West Africa.
- Identify any six political institutions which the British used to rule the Gold Coast.
- Describe the functions of the Governor in British West Africa before the Second World War (1939-1945)
- Identify any six powers of a colonial governor in British West Africa which made him a dictator.
- Describe the main features of the crown colony system of administration in British West Africa before the Second World War.
- Past questions and answers on colonial administration in British West Africa
- Outline the main features of Indirect Rule in British West Africa.
- Describe the role of traditional rulers under the system of Indirect Rule in British West Africa.
- Why did the educated elite in British West Africa oppose Indirect Rule during the war years and after?
- Why did Britain adopt Indirect Rule in administering her colonies in West Africa?
- How did colonial rule contribute to the decline in the position of traditional rulers in British West Africa?
- Identify six reasons why the British colonial policy of Indirect Rule succeeded in Northern Nigeria.
- Outline five reasons why traditional rulers must be exempted from active partisan politics.
Christian Religious Studies, Elective