Published:24 Mar, 2012


I got this via a BlackBerry broadcast. Thought you’d like it in the spirit of JAMB
1. If white rice is white, jollof rice is what?
2. How many times have you written this exam?
3.At what age did GEJ started wearing shoe?
4.W hich Nigerian artist now wash cars in kanye west garage?
5.what are the names of the two people shaking hands when you put on a Nokia phone?
6.complete with the appropriate word (wiz kid) oya oya ___ your mummy. A. axe B.hask C.ask
7.Each of the following causes death Except A. Mouth Odour B. Armpit Intoxication C. Rat poison D. Boko Haram
8.How old were you the last time Arsenal won a trophy??
9.What’s A Toilet To Ladies? (A) Convenience (B) Photo Studio
10.Who pour water inside CoCOnut??
11.What is the past tense of BROKE?
12. What is the relationship btw fuel subsidy and GEJ, Okonjo Iweala, Sanusi Lamido and OCUPPY NAIJA?
13. Why do Nigerians look forward to the First Lady, Dame Patience speech?
  • Eyitee

    LWKMD. Awon questions toh bahd!

  • mrsuppy

    Japheth…. too gbaaaaaski

  • Temidayo

    On point no ni!

  • Lois

    Anyone that crams this expo would surely have 340 in jamb.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bolajiolabode olabode bolaji

    very funny

  • http://Toyshaq-construction@yahoo.com Mukaila toyin shakirudeen

    Help help help, pls i forget to sd my english lang and is purple (b)
    if some one that he can help me.pls my seat numb is 129,center no 20614.exam no 20614129,exam town is ilorin west exam center name is queen elizabeth ilorin. pls. help help help.

  • giddy

    Japh is truly gbes and gbaski!

  • Lawal sodiq

    Ur questions r so meaningful. Pls try 2 do dt too during d putme period.

  • Ifhe

    Na real xpo b dis wey go lead 2 400 4 pass mark

  • Harbimbolar tunde

    Pls i need ur help 4 get me corrct jamb expo

  • http://www.markrabold.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=14316 The second episode which has the girls dressing up in pirate outfits in the prologue has some very strong blocking with the reds in one of the costumes. Within the show itself things tend to settle down a bit better than the opening sequences though there

    Some really nice stuff on this web site , I love it.

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