This quiz will be on the second 15 questions of GCE 2018 on History. History as important as it is, some people do neglect it even at the level of Education, but History is what makes us correct mistakes of the past made by some people especially government of your Country.
You will see that, in January 1960, French Cameroun gained independence as Cameroun or Cameroon, and Nigeria was set to gain independence later that year, raising the dilemma of what to do with the British territory. A plebiscite was agreed to and held on February 11, 1961, after some discussion (which had been going on since 1959). The Muslim-majority Northern region chose to join Nigeria, while the Southern part voted for joining Cameroon.
This and more will be seen in the course of these quizzes, and ,the more you take these quizzes, the more you learn more about your country.
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Identify from te list below the first indigenous political party in French Cameroon.
An important result of the Loi Cadre of 1956 was____
The ruling political party in British Southern Cameroon that led a delegation to the Foumban conference of July 1961 was____
Who was the political personality that served as the first president of the Federal Republic of Cameroon?
The personality who was appointed by the president of the Federal Republic of Cameroon to the post of prime Minister of West Cameroon in 1968 was____
Which important constitution change took place in Cameroon in 1979?
The ruling party in Cameroon from 1966 to 1984 was____
The University reforms of 1993 paved the way for the creation of the first Anglo-Saxon university in the town of ____
Which economic factor was responsible for the widespread political protests in Cameroon in the 1990s?
Cameroon is a member of all the following international organizations except ____
All the following groups were involved in the scramble for Africa before4 1880 except___
The European nation which occupied the largest share of Congo as a result of the Berlin Act (1885) was___
The African resistance leader who fought a prolonged war with the French in west Africa in 1904-1905 was ____
The British colonial policy of Indirect Rule was introduced in all the following African territories except _____
Which of the following African territories served as a typical White Settler Colony?