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NECO CIVIC EDUCATION ESSAY AND OBJECTIVE

NECO Civic Education Objective Question Sample June/July 2014

CIVIC EDUCATION THEORY QUESTIONS

1. Which of the following is not a function of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)?
A. Administering oath of office to elected officers
B. Conducting periodic elections
C. Recruitment electoral officers.
D. Registration of political parties
E. Registration of voters

2. The upper legislative chamber of the National Assembly of Nigeria is also known as the
A. honourabies.
B. house of commons.
C. house of lords.
D. house of representatives.
E. senate.

3. Cooperation between one country and another can be described as
A. bilateral.
B. international.
C. multilateral.
D. multinational.
E. unilateral.

4. The “right to vote and be voted for” can only be enjoyed by Nigerian citizens who attain the age of
A. 13
B. 15.
C. 16.
D. 17.
E. 18.

5. A representative of a commonwealth country in another member state is known as a / an.
A. ambassador
B. attache.
C. consul-general.
D. diplomat
E. high commissioner.

6. The following are values that promote inter-personal relationship, except
A. caring.
B. honesty.
C. patience
D. properties.
E. tolerance.

7. The responsibilities of government to its citizens include the following, except
A. creating employment opportunity.
B. maintenance of law and order.
C. payment of property tax to its citizens.
D. protection of lives and property. E provision of social amenities.

8. Most African countries owed their creation to
A. African Union (AU).
B. Commonwealth of Nations.
C. Ethnic and tribal leaders.
D. European Colonialists. .
E. United Nations (UN).

9. The structure of the Nigerian legislature is – in nature
A. bicameral.
B. confederal.
C. federal.
D. unicameral. E. unitary.

10. The most effective approach towards the elimination of sexually transmitted diseases is by
A. abstinence.
B.casual sex.
C. use of condom.
D. use of drugs.
E. withdrawal system.

11. The first executive president of Nigeria is/was
A. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa.
B. Goodluck Jonathan.
C. Nnamdi Azikiwe.
D. Olusegun Obasanjo.
E. Shehu Shagari.

12. One of the aims of citizenship education is to produce students with
A. creative skill.
B. high sense of entrepreneurial skill.
C. high sense of patriotism.
D. manipulative skills.
E. scientific ideas.

13. The symbol for the campaign against AlDs is Ribbon
A. black.
B. blue.
C. green.
D. red.
E. white.

14. In 2013, Nigeria .celebrated her _ Independence Anniversary
A. 50 th
B 51 1st
C. 52 2nd
D. 53 rd
E. 54 th

15. In democracy, lack of press freedom leads to the denial of freedom of
A. association
B. expression.
C. movement
D. voting
E. worship.

 

NECO Civic Education Theory Question Sample June/July 2014

SECTION A

Answer two questions from each section

1.(a) Explain the meaning of values,
(b) Identify four ways through which the society can promote justice and selflessness.

2.(a) What is the meaning of UIV?
(b) Discuss four symptoms and effects of HIV/AIDs.

3. Discuss five main functions of the legislature.

4.(a) What is cuitism?
(b) Explain three reasons why students join cult,
(c) Identify three preventive measures against cultism.

 

SECTION B
5. Explain five consequences of human trafficking,
6.(a) What is the meaning of NAPTIP?
(b) Explain four functions of NAPTIP.

7.(a) Define public service,
(b) Discuss four ways of improving public service in Nigeria.

8.(a) What is the meaning of NDLEA?
(b) What is drug abuse?
(c) Explain three ways of preventing drug abuse.

 

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