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Paper 1 | Objectives
The ethnic groups that occupy the hinterland of the Bight of Benin include the
A. Edo, the Yoruba and the Urhobo
B. Itsekiri, the Igbo and the Idoma
C. Yoruba, the Jukun and the Efik
D. Igbo, the Ibibio and the Tiv
The Nok culture is associated with the archaelogical findings at
D. Igbo Ukwu.
In the pre-colonial period, the Aku of Wukari derived his power mainly from
A. the strength of his army
B. the role as a supplier of slaves
C. his control of trade routes
D. his spiritual influence in the kingdom.
The last ruler of the Ogiso dynasty in the Benin Empire was
A. Oba Eweka
B. Oba Owodo
C. Oba Oranmiyan
D. Oba Ewuare.
The Olu of Itsekiri was assisted in his administration by a council of chiefs called
In pre-colonial Nigeria, the Nsibidi form of writing was found in the
A. Niger-Benue Confluence
B. Cross River Area
C. Niger Delta
D. Anambra River Valley.
The Bayajidda tradition suggests that
A. Hausa ancestors came from Arabia
B. women exercised political power in pre-Islamic Hausaland
C. the introduction of Islam led to the formation of the Hausa city states
D. The Queen of Daura was the first to embrace Islam.
Which of the following rulers of Kano promoted Islam to a state religion?
The correspondence between Sokoto and Borno during the jihad was entered on the
A. qualification for a true Muslin to perform the hajj
B. justification of the jihad against an Islamic state
C. declaration of the jihad against non-Muslims
D. difference between traditional religion and Islam.
The most powerful states that emerged after the fall of the Old Oyo were
A. Owu and Abeokuta
B. Ijaiye and Ife
C. Ibadan and Ijaiye
D. New Oyo and Ibadan.
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