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quizballs 292 - free nigeria quiz - questions and answers for trivia quizzes and pub quizzes
- What is Nigeria's official language? English
- Which desert's edge is found at Nigeria's northernmost borderland? Sahara
- Enugu, Kano Pillars, Heartland, and Lobi Stars are famous Nigerian: Hotels; National parks; Football clubs; or TV Soaps? Football clubs (or soccer clubs, or association football clubs)
- Chappal Waddi is Nigeria's: Biggest lake; Longest river; Highest mountain; or Oldest church? Highest mountain (2,419m)
- The Punch, Thisday, and Nigerian Tribune are long-standing popular Nigerian what? Newspapers
- Galaxy is Nigeria's first commercial/private (and remains in the 2000s a leading): Airline; TV station; University; or Pension fund? TV station
- Bonny light, Forcados, Qua Ibo, and Brass River are types of what major Nigerian export commodity? Crude oil (oil or petroleum would be acceptable answers - petroleum products account for c.90% of Nigeria's exports)
- The vast geographical feature called 'Chad' which forms a border between Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon and Niger, is a: Mountain; Lake; River; or Desert? Lake
- Suya, Puff Puff, and Moin Moin (or Moyi-Moyi) are well-known Nigerian: Foods; Volcanoes; Pop-stars; or Dances? Foods (respectively shish [skewer] kebab, doughnuts, and bean pudding)
- The vertical stripes of Nigeria's flag are: Red/Green/White; Green/White/Red; Green/White/Green; or White/Green/White? Green/White/Green
- Nigeria's location in Africa is: West coast; East coast; North coast; or Land-locked central? West coast (the Gulf of Guinea)
- Which city replaced which other city as Nigeria's capital city in 1991 (two answers required, correct order, current and previous capital): Ibadan; Lagos; Abuja; Kano? Abuja replaced Lagos
- Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, Fula, Efik-Ibibio, Kanuri, Tiv, Edo, and Ijaw, are Nigeria's main: Political parties; Ethnicities/native languages; Ports; or Festivals? Ethnicities/native languages (roughly in order of prevalence)
- Nigeria's currency the Naira (divided into 100 kobos) in 1973 replaced: Francs; £sd (Pounds, shillings, pence); Dollars; or Marks? £sd (Pounds, shillings, pence)
- Nigeria's international telephone country code is: 39; 57; 234; or 500? 234
- Name the independent state which warred unsuccessfully for independence within and against Nigeria (1967-1970), resulting in vast-scale casualties and famine? Biafra
- Which two similarly sized groupings account for c.90% of Nigeria's religions: Islam; Christian; Buddhist; Shinto? Islam and Christian
- In the 2010s Nigeria's population is approximately how many million: 17; 74; 175; or 740? 174
- At 12,000 years old, the Nok of Nigeria is West Africa's oldest known: Book; Civilization; Tree; or Weapon? Civilization (10,000BC-300BC)
- Enoch Adeboye, TB Joshua, David Oyedepo, Chris Oyakhilome, and Mathew Ashimolowo are famous Nigerian: Footballers; Rappers; Film stars; or Christian pastors? Christian pastors
- Nigeria is named after a: River; Lake; Mountain; or People? River (Niger)
- The national animal emblem of Nigeria is an: Elephant; Eagle; Elk; or Earwig? Eagle
- Nigeria is a major (until 1934 the world's largest) producer of what commodity from the Elaeis guineensis plant, used in foods, cooking and soap products? Palm oil
- Nigeria's 14th and current (at 2014) presidential head of state is (What optimistic expression?) Jonathan? Goodluck (fully Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan)
- Nigeria's governmental constitution is chiefly based on that of the: USA; UK; EU; or Netherlands? USA (a president, and a 'lower' house of representatives and 'upper' senate)
- The dominant 14-18th century Oyo Empire of Nigeria was noted for the organizational abilities of the Yoruba people and what feature of its powerful army: Cavalry; Rifles; Bowmen; or Elephants? Cavalry (warriors on horseback)
- Nigeria's internet country top level domain is: .ne; .ng; .ni; or .nr? .ng
- 'Nollywood', Nigeria's movie industry, is ranked what position globally (by number of productions, at the 2010s): 2nd; 4th; 6th or 10th? 2nd (behind India)
- The Third Mainland (What?) in Lagos is (at the 2010s) Africa's longest? Bridge (connecting Lagos Island to mainland Lagos - it's 11.8km long)
- Nigerian Aliko Dangote is (at 2014) Africa's foremost: Businessman; Marathon runner; Tennis player; or Poet? Businessman (wealthiest African, founder of the vast Dangote industrial corporation)
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