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Download Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) Past Questions and Answers in PDF

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Download Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) Past Questions and Answers in PDF.

Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) Past Questions… Do You want to Work with the Nigerian Prison Service? If you have been Shortlisted for the NPS Job Recruitment Test/Examination or You Intend to apply for a Job at NPS, Then You are at the Right Place.

Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) Past Questions

Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) Past Questions

This E book we are giving out for a token is an Updated and Comprehensive Nigerian Prison Service (NPS) Past Questions and Answers, This past questions consist of English Language, Mathematics and Current Affairs which normally cover a wide range of area including the History of Nigeria.

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Sample Questions.

1. The Prisons Arms Training School is located in

A. Owerri

B. Kano

C. Kaduna

D. Minna

2.The Ministry that overseas the activities of the Nigerian Prisons is the

A. Federal Ministry of Defence

B. Federal Ministry of Interior

C. Federal Ministry of Culture and Tourism

D. Federal Ministry of Youths and Sports

3. How many directorates does the Nigerian Prisons have

A. 6

B. 5

C. 4

D. 3

4. The Prisons is the …. arm of the Criminal Justice syste,m after the police and courts

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

5. The two major convict prisons operational in Nigeria today are

A. The maximum and minimum prisons

B. The maximum and medium security prisons

C. The ordinary and execution prisons

D. The trial and convict prisons

6. The intermediate prison camps set up mainly in areas with courts that are far from the main prisons are called

A. interlocurity prisons

B. transit prisons

C. tentative prisons

D. satelite prisons

7. Prison camps set up to train inmates on agro-based skills so that they can be self-employed upon discharge are called

A. Agricultural settlements

B. farm centres

C. vocational centres

D. Skill prisons

8. Which of these is not a paramilitary agency in Nigeria

A. Nigerian Police Force

B. Nigerian Immigration Service

C. Federal Road Safety Corps

D. National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control

9. The Nigerian police belongs to whihc arm of government

A. Executive

B. State

C. Judicial

D. Legislative

10. Choose the odd one out

A. Shilling

B. Pounds

C. Naira

D. Pence

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