Government Practice Tests – Colonial Administration in West Africa


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The pre-independence political parties in British West Africa were largely concerned about ______ 

A. settling themselves with political offices.
B. prolonged colonialism in Africa
C. adoption of fascism
D. political emancipation Africans


The first Colonial Consul sent to administer the West Coast of Africa by Britain, was _______ 

A. John Beecroft    B. Walter Egerton     C. George Goldie     D. Donald Cameron


The policy of indigent was practised in the colonies controlled by ______ 

A. Belgium     B. Portugal     C. Britain     D. France


The Loi-Cadre Reforms of 1956 in the French West Africa were as a result of _____ 

A. pressure from the French territories.
B. change in French Policy of Association.
C. opposition to Bamako Conference.
D. British colonial policy of granting internal self-government


Law made by the legislative council during the colonial period in British West Africa was called ______

A. acts of parliament     B. delegated legislations.    C. ordinances     D. bye-laws


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