In this quiz, you will find 20 MCQs on Citizenship each having four given answers, but only one correct answer.
These questions are a continuation of O level GCE 2016 part 1 and part 2. Citizenship in Cameroon to be particular has a great deal with law and order, through the Government and we will see most of the things initiated by the Government for its people and the way Cameroon and its Government interact for a better nation.
Human rights have always been an important factor the in Citizenship of Cameroon, and the right to know and be aware especially goes a long way to make the citizens to fight against not knowing, by studying, and These quizzes will go a long way to do that.
Take these quizzes, learn about your country, and prepare for your upcoming GCE Exams.
Which arm of government prosecutes criminals in Cameroon?
In what ways can the Cameroon National Assembly control government actions?
Following the introduction of the senate in 2013, Cameroon now has a ___
If you were to take part in the election of the mayor of your council area, what will you consider in those contesting?
The act of voting several times in favour of a particular political party is referred to as ___
One way in which the government protect consumers is through___
The social security scheme in Cameroon that takes care of retired persons is called ___
In an attempt to promote food self sufficiency in Cameroon, the government in 1973 launched an operation called ___
Which of the following is the most important source of government revenue?
The immediate effect of tax evasion is ____
The universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in ___
Which of these aspects is not related to human rights violation ?
The organization which plays an important role in the protection of human rights and freedoms around the world is____
The United nation flag shows two olive branches surrounding a map of the world. This signifies that the U.N.O. is ____
The following are the consequences of bad governance except ___
Domestic violence is classified as ___
Which is the proper appellation for men and women with equal rights and opportunities ?
Which of the following is not an obstacle to women participation in the electoral process?
A person who has bee forced to leave his country of origin because of wars is called ___
Who is considered a refugee?