Primary 2 Third Term History Mid Term Test

SUBJECT  : History 

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Class: Primary 2

 

Term: Third Term

 

Week: Week 7

 

Topic: Primary 2 Third Term Mid Term Test 

  1. The acronym “IBILE” stands for the five main divisions of Lagos State which are ________________. a. Ikeja, Badagry, Ikorodu, Lagos Island, and Epe b. Ilashe, Bariga, Ijora, Lekki, and Egbeda c. Ifako, Banana Island, Lekki Phase 1, Ebute Metta, and Festac Town
  2. The color blue in the Lagos State logo represents ________________. a. peace, unity, and purity b. lush vegetation and natural resources c. the lagoon and Atlantic Ocean
  3. Lagos State is located in which country? a. Ghana b. Nigeria c. South Africa
  4. The color yellow in the Lagos State logo represents ________________. a. the lagoon and Atlantic Ocean b. prosperity and wealth c. lush vegetation and natural resources
  5. Who was the first governor of Lagos State? a. Brigadier Mobolaji Johnson b. Alhaji Lateef Jakande c. Sir Michael Otedola
  6. Lagos Island is one of the ________________ main divisions of Lagos State. a. three b. five c. seven
  7. The color green in the Lagos State logo represents ________________. a. lush vegetation and natural resources b. peace, unity, and purity c. the lagoon and Atlantic Ocean
  8. Who is the current governor of Lagos State? a. Babajide Sanwo-Olu b. Akinwunmi Ambode c. Bola Tinubu
  9. Ikeja is one of the ________________ main divisions of Lagos State. a. three b. five c. seven
  10. The color white in the Lagos State logo represents ________________. a. prosperity and wealth b. lush vegetation and natural resources c. peace, unity, and purity
  11. When was Lagos State created? a. 1960 b. 1963 c. 1976
  12. Badagry is one of the ________________ main divisions of Lagos State. a. three b. five c. seven
  13. The color combination in the Lagos State logo is ________________. a. blue, green, white, and black b. red, yellow, green, and white c. blue, yellow, green, and white
  14. Who was the first civilian governor of Lagos State? a. Brigadier Mobolaji Johnson b. Alhaji Lateef Jakande c. Sir Michael Otedola
  15. Lagos State is known as the ________________ of Nigeria. a. commercial center b. political capital c. educational hub
  16. Ikorodu is one of the ________________ main divisions of Lagos State. a. three b. five c. seven
  17. Which color in the Lagos State logo represents peace, unity, and purity? a. blue b. green c. white
  18. Who was the governor of Lagos State from 1999 to 2007? a. Bola Tinubu b. Babatunde Fashola c. Akinwunmi Ambode
  19. Epe is one of the ________________ main divisions of Lagos State. a. three b. five c. seven
  20. Which color in the Lagos State logo represents prosperity and wealth? a. blue b. yellow c. green
  21. What is the name of the lagoon believed to have given Lagos its name? a. Victoria Lagoon b. Badagry Lagoon c. Lagos Lagoon
  22. Lagos State is located in which geopolitical zone in Nigeria? a. North-central b. South-west c. South-east
  23. What was Lagos originally known for during the pre-colonial period? a. Agriculture b. Fishing c. Trade
  24. Which group of people were the original settlers of Lagos? a. Hausa people b. Yoruba people c. Igbo people
  25. What was the primary reason for the rapid population growth of Lagos during the colonial period? a. The discovery of oil b. The establishment of trade routes c. The influx of migrants
  26. Which military head of state was in power when Lagos State was created? a. Yakubu Gowon b. Murtala Mohammed c. Ibrahim Babangida
  27. What is the name of the former capital of Nigeria before it was moved to Abuja? a. Lagos b. Ibadan c. Kano
  28. Which of the following was NOT a major industry in Lagos during the colonial period? a. Rubber b. Cocoa c. Textiles
  29. Which river empties into the Lagos lagoon? a. River Niger b. River Benue c. Ogun River
  30. Which of the following is NOT a neighboring state of Lagos? a. Ogun State b. Osun State c. Oyo State
  31. Lagos is the name of a state located in which part of Nigeria? a. Northern b. Southern c. Eastern
  32. Lagos is also the name of the largest city in Nigeria. True or False? a. True b. False
  33. What is the meaning of the name Lagos? a. “City of the Sea” b. “City of the Sun” c. “Lagoon”
  34. Which language was Lagos originally called “Eko” in? a. Hausa b. Yoruba c. Igbo
  35. Lagos was renamed by which group of people who arrived in the area in the 15th century? a. British b. French c. Portuguese
  36. Lagos became a major center of trade and commerce during which period? a. Pre-colonial period b. Colonial period c. Post-independence period
  37. When was the state of Lagos created? a. May 27, 1967 b. October 1, 1960 c. January 1, 1970
  38. How many states was Nigeria divided into by the military government in 1967? a. 6 b. 12 c. 18
  39. Which of the following was NOT a reason why the state of Lagos was created? a. Rapid population growth b. Decentralization of power c. Promotion of national unity
  40. Which year did the Portuguese arrive in Lagos? a. 1500 b. 1600 c. 1700
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