1. Who is the judge at the trial of Obi Okonkwo as the novel opens?
(a) Christopher Josephs.
(b) Justice William Galloway.
(c) Sam Okoli.
(d) Isaac Galloway.
2. Why is the courtroom packed with spectators at Obi Okonkwo's trial?
(a) Because he has such a prominent position in the civil service.
(b) Because of Obi's prominence as a young scholar educated at the expense of many poor Africans.
(c) Because he is a member of prominent political party.
(d) Because he has taken so many bribes.
3. What negative comments does Mr. Green make about Africans after his tennis match on the morning of the trial?
(a) That Africans are too corrupt to benefit from European education.
(b) They cannot help themselves because they are born inferior.
(c) Africans are corrupt, sapped mentally and physically, and given a Western education that they do not know how to use.
(d) They are all physically and mentally backward.
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