Nigerian Navy Past Questions and Answers 2019/2020

Nigerian Navy Past Questions and Answers 2019/2020: Download Nigeria Navy Aptitude Test Exam Questions & Answers PDF Version.

We have made this post for the benefits of those who participated in the Nigerian Navy (Dssc) 2019 recruitment exercise. Applicants will get the latest news on DSSC shortlisted candidates as well as the Nigerian Navy Recruitment Past Questions & Answers right here.

The essences of making this post is to get candidates acquainted with the selection process; thereby, getting them prepared for the compulsory Computer Based Test (CBT) for the upcoming recruitment exercise. The Nigerian Navy Recruitment Past Questions and Answers PDF Version is also available to download, aspirants should simply indicate their interest by dropping their comments below:

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N/B: Nigerian Navy Recruitment Past Questions And Answers comprise of Mathematics, English Language, Current Affairs, quantitative reasoning, Geography and general knowledge. Below is the DSSC past questions and answers.

Nigerian Navy Past Questions and Answers 2019

1: The Nigerian Navy was formally established by the act of parliament in
(a) 1963
(b) 1957
(c) 1964
(d) 1976.

2: The NN was brought out of the Nigerian police force (NPF) in
(a) 1946
(b) 1956
(c) 1958
(d) 1964.

3: The last colonial Governor General of Nigeria was
(a) Tulma Goldie
(b) James Robertson
(c) Huge Clifford
(d) Lord Lugard.

3: The first world war was between
(a) 1911-1914
(b) 1914-1916
(c) 1916-1918
(d) 1914-1918.

4: The first African country to introduce e-passport was
(a) South Africa
(b) Ghana
(c) Liberia
(d) Nigeria.

5: The first Secretary General of the Commonwealth was
(a) George Washington
(b) Tulma Goldie
(c) Arnold Smith
(d) Joseph Garba.

6: The first military president of Nigeria was
(a) Sanni Abacha
(b) Ibrahim Babangida
(c) Aguiyi Ironsi
(d) Yakubu Gowon.

7: Which of the following may be regarded as a regional organization
(a) ECOWAS
(b) OAU
(c) UN
(d) OPEC.

8: Nigeria changed from pounds to Naira in
(a) 1960
(b) 1973
(c) 1959
(d) 1963.

9: The Secretary general of OPEC is
(a) Abdulsaleam Kanuri
(b) Abudullahhi El-badri
(c) Utuhu Kamirideen
(d) Philip Effiong.

10: The current secretary general of United nation is
(a) Ban ki-Moon
(b) Trugve Lie
(c) Koffi Anaan
(d) Boustro-Brouste Ghali.

11: In order to qualify for the post of President in Nigeria the person must be _____ and above
(a) 35 years
(b) 20 years
(c) 40 years
(d) 55 years.

12: The name Nigeria coined out of
(a) Niger Forest
(b) Niger Area
(c) Niger River
(d) Niger Textures.

13: The first Inspector General of the Police Force was
(a) Teslim Balogun
(b) Louis Edet
(c) Ademola Adetokunbo
(d) Elias Balogon.

14: The current secretary general or commission chairman of Africa union is
(a) Dlamini Zuma
(b) Allasane Quattara
(c) Emeka Anaoku
(d) H. Desategn.

15: The current president of commission or secretary is of ECOWAS
(a) H.Desategn
(b) Kadre Desire Quedraogo
(c) Allasane Quattara
(d) Ike Ekweremalu.

16: The headquarter of UN is in
(a) New York
(b) Washington
(c) Geneva
(d) Vienna.

17: UNO was founded in San Francisco in
(a) 1939
(b) 1914
(c) 1945
(d) 1950.

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32 COMMENTS

  1. please i would really love to have a copy of the nigeria navy past question and answer.
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  2. Pls someone should pls post the full question n anwser of nigerian navy exam 2019 to this mail cos tomorro is the last day for us. god bless u as u do these

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