Nigeria Police Force (NPF) Past Questions and Answers for Recruitment Exam
If you are preparing or has already been invited for the soon coming Nigeria Police Force Job Recruitment Examination, Then Our Updated Nigeria Police Force (NPF) Past Questions and Answers for Job Aptitude Test is for you. Now you need to get yourself prepared for the Exam if you really want to work for Nigeria. The Exam is Computer Based Test (CBT) and it will be Conducted be the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
This page will guide you on how Nigerian Police Force screening test questions is gonna look like, especially topics and kinds of questions to expect, over the years, we’ve received divers notifications from NPF applicant for past questions and answers. Also, some of our successful applicant has been sending us pails of testimonies on the tremendous role our past questions played in their recruitment pursuit. Its time we here yours…
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Below are Some Nigeria Police Force Recruitment Sample Questions and Answers;
1) When was Nigeria Police Force(NPF) established?
2) What are the objective of Nigeria Police Force?
ANSWER: The Nigeria police force objective is to enhance the quality of life in our country by working in partnership with the community and in accordance with constitutional rights to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear and provide for a safe environment .
3). What is the Nigeria police force motto?
ANSWER: the police are your friends
4) What is the name of the Current Nigeria Police Force IGP?
ANSWER: IGP Ibrahim Idris Kpotun
5) Who is the present Chief of Defence Staff?
ANSWER: Major Gen. Abayomi Gabriel Olonisakin
6). What is the full meaning of NPF?
ASWER: Nigeria Police Force
7). What is the full Meaning of IGP?
ANSWER: Inspector General of Police
8). Who is the current Senate president of Nigeria?
ANSWER: Sen. Bukola Saraki
9). What year was Nigeria Police reorganized into 7 area command?
10). When did Nigeria got her independeence?
ASWER: 1 october 1960
11). Name the government agencies that supervise the affairs of Nigeria police force?
i). The Police service Commision(PSC)
ii). Ministry of police affairs
iii). The Nigeria police council(NPC)
12). When did Nigeria become a Republic?
ANSWER: 1 october 1963
13). What is the staff strength of Nigeria police force?
ANSWER: 371,800 officers
14). Name the 7 area Commands of Nigeria police force?
ANSWER: (Adamawa, Gombe, Jigawa, Kano, Katsina, Lagos, Ogun.)
15). what year did Nigeria civil way started and ended?
ANSWER: Started 1967 and ended 15th jan. 1970
16). who is the first Executive president of Nigeria?
ANSWER: Alh. Shehu Shagari
17) Which year was Nigeria flag designed and who designed it ?
ASWER: Nigeria flag was designed by Mr. Taiwo Akinkumi in 1959
18) Who is the current Speaker of Nigeria House of Representative?
ANSWER: Yakubu Dogara
19) what is the Current population of Nigeria?
ANSWER: 183 million
20) Who is the First Inspector General of Police in Nigeria?
ANSWER: Louis Edet
21) How many local government do we have in Nigeria?
ANSWER: There are 774 local governments in Nigeria as written in the Nigerian Constitution 1999
See Full List of Service Chiefs appointed by President Buhari.
1. Maj.-Gen. Abayomi Gabriel Olonishakin – Chief of Defence Staff
2. Maj.-Gen. T.Y. Buratai – Chief of Army Staff
3. Rear Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas – Chief of Naval Staff
4. Air Vice Marshal Sadique Abubakar – Chief of Air Staff
5. Air Vice Marshal Monday Riku Morgan – Chief of Defence Intelligence
6. Maj.-Gen. Babagana Monguno (rtd.) – National Security Adviser