SSCE CIVIC EDUCATION 2019
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6. Orderliness can be exhibited in the following ways except *
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7. Which of the following is a way of achieving responsible parenthood? *
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1. Fundamental rights are literally the rights that one can enjoy because one is *
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4. A limitation to the exercise of human rights is *
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2. Which of the following nationalists is associated with democratic socialism? *
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8. A citizen is someone who *
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3. When a person is being fair, impartial and reasonable in dealing with others, such person is said to be *
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5. which of the following is not among the sources of authority? *
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9. Incidences of broken home and irresponsible parenthood are the major causes of the following except. *
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10. Citizenship education will not help to achieve which of the following?
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Use the story below to answer questions 11 to 13.
One fateful morning, Imasuen was going to school. A few distance away from the school gate, he saw an accident victim writhing in severe pain by the road side.
The accident victim was hit by a motorcycle rider and left half-dead. Although Imasuen was already late for school, he decided to convey the victim to a nearby hospital before reporting the matter to a nearby police station.
17. The process of acquisition of necessary skills by young people for national development is known as *
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18. The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) carries out all these functions except *
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23. Which of the following is a punitive measure against cultism? *
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14. Nationalism is a product of all the following features except *
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22. Being faithful in marriage can greatly assist to prevent *
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20. Membership of an organization that is characterized by secrecy of operations is associated with *
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19. The inalienable entitlements of an individual in a society are known as *
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16. The drug usually referred to as marijuana is *
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21. The inability of citizens of a country to freely elect their leader is a threat to *
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11. From the story above, it could be said that Imasuen have demonstrated *
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15. Trafficked individuals are likely to have been *
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13. The behaviour of Imasuen in the story above can help promote all the following except. *
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12. The behaviour of the motorcycle rider in the above story depicts *
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Question 24 has been omitted because it is based on interaction with an image
27. Trafficked children are likely to experience all the following except *
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25. Authorized road users include the following except. *
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26. Which of the following is not a function of the judicial arm of government? *
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28. Which of the following is not a way of promoting national consciousness? *
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29. The totality of legislative, executive and judicial power constitutes *
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Use the passage below to answer questions 30 and 31
Ate and Ube are two towns that have lived peacefully in the past years. Last year, they met and decided to build a hospital and raised funds towards the project. Everyone played his/her part to see that the completion of the project becomes a reality. The project was completed within six months.
37. Which of the following is not a consequence of human trafficking? *
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31. The relationship that existed between Ate and Ubc towns would lead to all the following except *
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33. What do human traffickers use to instil fear into their victims? *
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34. The origin of democracy is traced to the *
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40. Human rights are the cornerstones of *
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38. The principle of rule of law is upheld in the society in order to *
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32. Which of the following categories of students will not likely be a major target of campus cult member recruitment? *
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41. In order to guarantee transparency and accountability in governance, leaders should ensure that *
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36. Which of the following is not a feature of a federal constitution? *
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35. Which of the following skills is needed for youth empowerment? *
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30. What existed between Ate and Ube towns can best be termed *
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39. Constitutional democracy is also known as - *
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Question 42 has been omitted because it contains a diagram.
43. Political apathy can be discouraged through *
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Use the write-up below to answer questions 44 to 46.
Seven months ago, the people of Okiti town were seen in a large numbers staging a peaceful protest against the nonchalant attitude of the provincial government concerning the provision of social amenities in the area.
Some government officials came around and listened to their grievances. Today, things have changed for the better in Okiti town. There is a great improvement in infrastructural development, and the people of the town are now feeling the presence of government in their town.
47. Democracy could be described as a form of government in which people *
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49. Which of the following principles prohibits public servants from being seen or heard in the public? *
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45. Which of the following is not portrayed in the write-up above? *
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48. Which of the following is a focus of the activities of civil society? *
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44. Which of the following is the consequence of government's initial attitude towards Okiti community? *
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50. Which of he following is a consequence of political apathy? *
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46. From the above write-up. the action of Okiti people received prompt government attention because of the *
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