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Current Affairs Quiz: 10 June 2021


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The first made in Nigeria cell phone is called?

[A] NGN Mobile
[B] ITF Mobile
[C] ZFY Mobile
[D] STF Mobile

Correct Answer: [B] ITF Mobile

Note:

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday received the first made in Nigeria cell phone, known as ITF Mobile.

The Minister of Industry, trade and Investment, Adeniyi Adebayo presented the phone to the President, before the commencement of the Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting.

Adebayo said the phone was one of the twelve produced, using locally sourced components, by the Electrical/Electronics Technology Department of the Industrial Training Fund’s (ITF) Model Skills Training Centre.

2. The first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender?

[A] Italy
[B] Russia
[C] Canada
[D] El Salvador

Correct Answer: [D]El Salvador

Note:

El Salvador has become the first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender.

A majority of lawmakers have approved a proposal from Salvadorian President Nayib Bukele that will allow bitcoin to be used as legal tender in the country alongside the US dollar.

The law states that “all economic agents shall accept bitcoin as a form of payment when it is offered by the purchaser of a good or service.” It also says that tax payments can now be made in bitcoin.

3. The Bill seeking to alter the provisions of the 1999 constitution to give legal backing to states security outfit pass second reading on?

[A] Abdullahi Adamu
[B] Akon Etim Eyakenyi
[C] Senator Patrick Ayo Akinyelure
[D] Enyinnaya Harcourt Abaribe

Correct Answer: [C]Senator Patrick Ayo Akinyelure

Note:

The Bill was sponsored by Senator Patrick Ayo Akinyelure representing Ondo Central district in Ondo State. The seeks to resolve the lingering controversy, discrimination and wage and entry level disparity against HND holder in the public and private sectors of the economy.

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