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JAMB questions for "Government :: International Organizations"
Q1
The Obasanjo administration nationalized the assets of the British Petroleum over the British government's policy in
A
Kenya
B
Zimbabwe
C
Angola
D
Botswana
E
Q2
The head of a Nigerian mission in a Common wealth country is called
A
an Ambassador
B
a Consul General
C
a High Commissioner
D
an Attache
E
Q3
ECOWAS is aimed at uniting the West African states
A
politically
B
socially
C
culturally
D
economically
E
Q4
Which of the following countries pioneered the idea of ECOWAS alongside Nigeria?
A
Cote d'Ivoire
B
Mali
C
Liberia
D
Togo
E
Q5
Which of these countries was NOT a founding member of the Organisation of Africa Unity?
A
Ghana
B
Ethiopia
C
Zimbabwe
D
Tanzania
E
Q6
The United Nations was founded with the primary objective of
A
terminating colonialism in the world
B
ending the Second World War
C
promoting world peace and security
D
uniting all nations into a world federation
E
Q7

The ECOWAS trade liberalization programme excludes trade in

A

unprocessed goods

B

crude oil

C

traditional crafts 

D

industrial products

E
Q8

The Economic Commission for Africa is an agency of 

A

The O.A.U

B

ECOWAS

C

The E.E.C.

D

The U.N.O.

E
Q9

Which of the following pairs of countries were trust territories of the United Nations?

A

Tanganyika and Ghana

B

Cameroon and Niger

C

Togo and Namibia

D

Botswana and Zaire

E
Q10

The headquarters of the O.A.U Liberation Committee is located in

A

Lagos

B

Addis Ababa

C

Dar-es-Salam

D

Harere

E
Q11

Which of the following groups advocated for political union of African States?

A

The Congo Group

B

The Brazaville Group

C

The Casablanca Group

D

The Monrovia Group

E
Q12

Which of these countries is NOT a member of the Commonwealth of Nations?

A

Papua New Guinea

B

Sri Lanka

C

Grenada 

D

Rwanda

E
Q13

Which of the following sets of nations belongs to both the ECOWAS and the UNO?

A

Sierra Leone and Uganda

B

Zimbabwe and Nigeria 

C

Cameroun and Burkina Faso

D

Ghana and Mauritania

E
Q14

The head of the commonealth of Nations is the 

A

chairman of the Conference of the Common wealth Heads of Governments

B

queen of Great Britain

C

prime minister of Great Britain 

D

Secretary-General of the Common wealth

E
Q15

Within the United Nations, the veto power is exercised in

A

UNESCO

B

WHO

C

the Generral Assembly

D

the Security Council

E
Q16
The headquarters of the Economic Commission for Africa is located in
A
Ghana
B
Kenya
C
Nigeria
D
Ethiopia
E
Q17
The following are members of the commonwealth EXCEPT
A
Lesotho
B
Jamiaca
C
Kenya
D
Gabon
E
Q18
The five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council are
A
China, U.K, U.S.S.R., U.S.A, and France
B
U.S.S.R., Germany, Canada, India and China
C
U.K., France, U.S.A., Brazil and Ethiopia
D
U.S.A., China, Liberia, U.S.S.R and Italy
E
Q19
Before the O.A.U. was formed in 1963, Nigeria was a member of the
A
Monrovia Bloc
B
Afro-Arab Blo
C
Casablanca Powers
D
Brazzavile Group
E
Q20
Which of the following has NOT been Secretary-General of the O.A.U
A
Adebayo Adedeji
B
Ide Oumaru
C
Diallo Telhi
D
Edem Kodjo
E
Q21
The appointment of the Secretary-General of the O.A.U. is made by the
A
Economic Commission for Africa
B
O.A.U. Secretariat
C
Council of foreign ministers
D
Assembly of Heads of State and government
E
Q22
Which of the following pairs are members of ECOWAS?
A
Nigeria and Cameroon
B
Liberia and Congo
C
Senegal and Zaire
D
Cape Verde and Burkina Faso
E
Q23
One of the objectives of the OAU is to ensure
A
mutual assistance of member state in suppressing domestic uprising
B
non-interference in internal affairs of member states
C
constant readjustment of territorial boundaries of member states
D
unification of liberation movements in Southern Africa
E
Q24
The administrative headquarters of ECOWAS is in
A
Lome
B
Cotonou
C
Dakar
D
Lagos
E
Q25
The UNO was founded in 1945 to replace the
A
OAU
B
NATO
C
Common wealth of Nation
D
League of Nations
E
Q26
The UNO charter aims at
A
ensuring economic equality among nations
B
protecting the right of refugess
C
ensuring world peace and security
D
ensuring fair treatment for prisoners of war
E
Q27
Which of the following countries belonged to the Casablanca Group?
A
Liberia
B
Tunisia
C
Mali
D
Cote d'Ivoire
E
Q28
The Commonwealth of Nations is made up of
A
African and Asian States
B
Britain and some of her former colonies
C
France and some of her former colonies
D
French and English speaking Africa countries
E
Q29
Nigeria is NOT a member of
A
the Commonwealth
B
OPEC
C
ECOWAS
D
NATO
E
Q30
The administrative headquarters of O.A.U, is in
A
Addis Ababa
B
Lagos
C
Accra
D
Nairobi
E
Q31
The World Health Organisation is an agency of
A
The E.E.C.
B
NATO
C
ECOWAS
D
The U.N.O.
E
Q32
The organ of the United Nations primarily responsible for maintaining international peace and securityis the
A
General Assembly
B
Security Council
C
International Court of Justice
D
Economic and Social Council
E
Q33
Which of these groups of African leaders is closely associated with the formation of the O.A.U.
A
Haile Selassie, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, William Tubman
B
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, Jean Bokassa, Kwame Nkrumah
C
Kwame Nkrumah, Nnamdi Azikiwe, Jomo Kenyatta
D
Julius Nyerere, Kwame Nkrumah, Haile Selassie
E
Q34
The annual budget of the O.A.U. is approved by the
A
Assembly of Heads of State and Governments
B
Council of Ministers
C
Secretary-General
D
General Assembly
E
Economic Commissionfor Africa
Q35
One of the non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council is
A
Britain
B
U.S.S.R
C
U.S.A.
D
China
E
Nigeria
Q36
ECOWAS is
A
an international military/defence organization
B
a regional economic organization
C
a trans-national religious group
D
a West African English-speaking organiztion
E
an international organ of the United Nations
Q37
Which of the following is NOT a member of ECOWAS
A
Nigeria
B
Togo
C
Ghana
D
Bourkina Fasso
E
Cameroun
Q38
Which of the following nations does not have veto power in the Security Council of the UNO?
A
Britain
B
China
C
France
D
Germany
E
U.S.A
Q39
The non-permanent members of the Security Council of the United Nations Organizations (U.N.O) are elected for
A
5 year term
B
4 year term
C
3 year term
D
2 year term
E
1 year term
Q40
The Economic Commission for Africa is an organ of
A
O.A.U
B
ECOWAS
C
U.N.O
D
E.E.C
E
UNESCO
Q41
The main deliberative organ of the U.N.O is the
A
Security Council
B
General Assembly
C
Economic and Social Council
D
Secretariat
E
International Court of Justice
Q42
The major conflict that threatened the existence of the O.A.U as an international organization from 1982-3 was the conflict
A
in Chad
B
between Namibia and South Africa
C
between the Polisario Front and Morocco
D
in Angola
E
between Somalia and Ethopia
Q43
Which organ of the U.N.O. can impose mandatory sanctions on any of its members?
A
The General Assembly
B
The Security Council
C
the Secretariat
D
The Economic and Social Council
E
The International Court of Justice
Q44
To which of these groups did Nigeria belong before the formation of the O.A.U?
A
The Brazaville group
B
The Monrovia group
C
The Casablanca group
D
The West Africa group
E
The O.P.E.C group
Q45
The international organization formed after the Second World War to guarantee international peace and security is called
A
The European Common Market
B
The British Commonwealth of Nations
C
The League of Nations
D
The United Nations Organisation
E
The World Bank
Q46
Which of the following international organizations was in existence before the outbreak of the Second World War?
A
The O.A.U.
B
The League of Nations
C
The U.N.O
D
The Commonwealth of Nations
E
E.C.O.W.A.S.
Q47
All the following are organs of the O.A.U, EXCEPT
A
The Commission on Meditation, Conciliation and Arbitration
B
The Council of Ministers
C
The General Secretariat
D
The Economic Commission for Africa
E
The Assembly of Heads of State and Government
Q48
The supreme organ of the U.N.O. is the
A
General Assembly
B
Security Council
C
Secretary-General
D
World Court
E
World Bank
Q49
The ECOWAS treaty was signed in 1975 in
A
Accra
B
Banjul
C
Freetown
D
Abidjan
E
Lome
Q50
The Economic Commission for Afrrica is an agency of the
A
O.A.U
B
O.P.E.C
C
U.N.O
D
N.A.T.O
E
E.C.O.W.A.S
Q51
The O.A.U was founded to
A
effect an immediate political union of Africa States
B
end colonialism in Africa by 1970
C
promote the unity and solidarity of African States
D
create a common market in sub-Saharan Africa
E
prevent other regional groups from being set up in Africa
Q52
The United Nations Organization was founded to
A
end the Second World War
B
end the Nigerian Civil War
C
promote world peace
D
co-ordinate the activities of all its members
E
co-ordinate the activities of regional organizations
Q53
The Organization of African Unity was set up in the colonial period to allow for local participation in politics was the
A
1960
B
1957
C
1963
D
1975
E
1979
Q54
The Economic Commission for Africa is an agency of
A
ECOWAS
B
the O.C.A.M
C
the Commonwealth
D
the O.A.U.
E
the United Nations
Q55
Where is the administrative headquarters of ECOWAS?
A
Lome
B
Accra
C
Abidjan
D
Lagos
E
Cotonou
Q56
The judicial organ of the United Nations is the
A
Security Council
B
Trusteeship Council
C
international Court of Justice
D
General Assembly
E
European Court
Q57
Which of the following countries has the right to veto the decision of the Security Council?
A
Australia
B
Switzerland
C
China
D
Canada
E
Japan
Q58
The primary function of the Economic and Social Council of the U.N is to
A
improve the social relationship between the U.S.A and the Soviet Union
B
maintain world peace and security
C
assist in the development of member states
D
lift customs barriers between petroleum producing and non-petroleum producing countries
E
encourages trade between Third World and European countries
Q59
Which of the following countries voted 'no' in the referendum conducted by France in 1958?
A
Ivory Coast
B
Togo
C
Cameroon
D
Republic of Benin
E
Guinea
Q60
The power of British Trade Unions now constitutes
A
a real threat to the Queen and the British Establishment
B
a danger to the Judiciary
C
a threat to the House of Lords
D
a challenge to the idea of Parliamentary Sovereignty
E
a menance to the Confederation of British Industries