How Well Do You Know Nigeria - The Answer


We decided to post the answers now. Nigerians have proved with this game (with over 1000 views) that we do not really give much concern to our history.
Although some wrote to give us answers which they do not want in the public view because they do not want their ignorance seen all over, we discovered that our history do not matter much and that is one of the reasons corrupt people who have been part of previous governments without remorse still dare come to us and seek our votes.
Thanks to Nigeria's pioneer fitness training expert Pamela Mojekwu, Nixon Momoh, Adebisi Adebola Adeoye, Adeolu Johnson, Raymond Nnanna for their support in this edition. You have spurred us to work harder.

Guguru Fm hereby ask us to consider knowing a little more about Nigeria daily to understand that level of decadence in the country and what we should be aiming for as a people.

GOD bless Nigeria.
Photo: How much do you know of Nigeria?

Now, here is a simple game to test you.

Simply arrange the numbers attached to the pictures of these former Nigerian 
heads of state according to when they came into office.

Very simple,

Just write the number thus..12, 7, 8, 9 etc.Photo: We decided to post the answers now. Nigerians have proved with this game (with over 1000 views) that we do not really give much concern to our history.
Although some wrote to give us answers which they do not want in the public view because they do not want their ignorance seen all over, we discovered that our history do not matter much and that is one of the reasons corrupt people who have been part of previous governments without remorse still dare come to us and seek our votes.
Guguru Fm hereby ask us to consider knowing a little more about Nigeria daily to understand that level of decadence in the country and what we should be aiming for as a people.
GOD bless Nigeria.
 
8 - TAFAWA BALEWA, 1st Head of state of Nigeria as Prime minister he was killed in 1966.
4 - AGUIYI I IRONSI; was made head of state after the first coup and was killed later in 1966.
14 - YAKUBU GOWON became head of state after the 2nd coup and was there for 9 years.
7 - MURTALA MUHAMMED kicked out Gowon but got murdered in 1976.
9 - OLUSEGUN OBASANJO took over after Murtala’s death and handed over to civil government
12 - SHEHU SHAGARI first elected President of Nigeria
11 - MUHAMMADU BUHARI became head of state on the eve of 1984
5 - IBRAHIM BABANGIDA sensationalized the position as a military president, “stepped aside in 1993”. 
10 - ERNEST SHONEKAN interim head of state; barely stayed for 3 months
2 - SANNI ABACHA ruled for 6 years till death made him part
13 - ABDULSALAM ABUBARKAR, now white bearded; he relinquished power for the present democratic dispensation.
6 - OLUSEGUN OBASANJO first President in the new political dispensation, he was there for 8 years.
1 - UMAR YAR ADUA came in 2007 but passed on before the end of his first term.
3 - GOODLUCK JONATHAN, indeed I wonder who would miss his number. He is the man in charge right now
8 - TAFAWA BALEWA, 1st Head of state of Nigeria as Prime minister he was killed in 1966.
4 - AGUIYI I IRONSI; was made head of state after the first coup and was killed later in 1966.
14 - YAKUBU GOWON became head of state after the 2nd coup and was there for 9 years.
7 - MURTALA MUHAMMED kicked out Gowon but got murdered in 1976.
9 - OLUSEGUN OBASANJO took over after Murtala’s death and handed over to civil government
12 - SHEHU SHAGARI first elected President of Nigeria
11 - MUHAMMADU BUHARI became head of state on the eve of 1984
5 - IBRAHIM BABANGIDA sensationalized the position as a military president, “stepped aside in 1993”. 
10 - ERNEST SHONEKAN interim head of state; barely stayed for 3 months
2 - SANNI ABACHA ruled for 6 years till death made him part
13 - ABDULSALAM ABUBARKAR, now white bearded; he relinquished power for the present democratic dispensation.
6 - OLUSEGUN OBASANJO first President in the new political dispensation, he was there for 8 years.
1 - UMAR YAR ADUA came in 2007 but passed on before the end of his first term.
3 - GOODLUCK JONATHAN, indeed I wonder who would miss his number. He is the man in charge right now.

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