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THEORY TRIAL QUESTIONS

 

WAECâž–GOVERNMENT TRIAL QUESTIONS

WAEC GOVERNMENT ANSWERS

No1
(1): To enlighten her citizens study government to become informed voters,
(2): to understand their Constitutional rights,
(3): to know their responsibilities under the law
(4) to think about how processes can be improved to benefit society
No2b-a team
citizen
n. A person owing loyalty to and entitled by birth or naturalization to the protection of a state or nation.
++++ CHOOSE ANY ONE FROM THE TWO
n. A resident of a city or town, especially one entitled to vote and enjoy other privileges there.
No3
i; Obeying Law
ii; Paying taxes
iii; To serve as a juror
iv; Registering for the Draft
4a)
Local government is defined as the government at the grassroots established to perform some specific functions within defined areas.
4b
Bye law
4b
ii )Government at the grassroo(iii) to bring government nearer to the peoplets
iv) make law

NO 4

Q4a. A local government is a form of public administration which, in a majority of contexts, exists as the lowest tier of administration within a given state. … Local governments generally act within powers delegated to them by legislation or directives of the higher level of government.

Q4b. Reasons For Creating Local Governments

1. Participatory democracy: Local governments provide an opportunity for the citizens to practise the democratic form of government in their community. They learn the techniques and skills of politics, by campaigning and contesting elections to represent their wards in the local government council. The training at this level prepares them for greater political participation at the state and national levels.

2. Bringing government closer to the citizens: Local governments are created to enable them to fashion out good policies and programmes which the local communities require. Local government functionaries are representatives of the central government and are empowered to enact bylaws, which would protect the collective interests of the people at the local level.

3. Equitable socio-economic development: Local governments are created to serve as a means of distributing the resources of the country equitably, for the socio-economic development of their localities. This is done through the equitable sharing of the resources and amenities of the country between the different tiers of government.

4. Choice of leadership: Local governments give people the opportunity to elect their own people as their representatives in the local government council. These personnel exercise governmental powers on behalf of the people, understand their people more than ’outsiders’ and are accountable to the electorate.
[5/21, 9:52 AM] +234 701 995 6543: (1)Voting:
We study governments so we can make an educated decision when it comes to voting. This means that you are not just going to make your voting decision on a speech or tv program that you see. You are going to be able to have a clear understanding of the different policies which are in place and you can compare one party to another, ensuring you make the right decision for you.

(2)Knowledge:
Studying government gives you knowledge. You are in a position to know more about the government than ever before. If you do not study governments then you are not going to know all of the ins and outs of politics.

(3)Future:
We can control the future of our country, including political movements and government decision making. Studying government is going to ensure that you can make a difference.

(4)Improvements:
There is always going to be the option to make improvements within different governments. If a government does not have a clear idea on one of their policies, this can be changed and improved over time, and you can understand this when you study the subject.

(5)Career choices:
Studying the government is going to open many doors for you and you can decide whether or not you want to go into a career in politics (to make a difference as much as you see fit).
There are many different reasons why we study politics, and it is mainly to have a clear understanding of how things operate and to ensure that improvements can be made in the future.
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QUESTION NO 2
Q2a……

A citizen is a person who is a member of a particular country and who has rights because of being born there or because of being given rights, or a person who lives in a particular town or city

2b. Duties of a citizen

1. The duty of citizens is either general or particular. The former arises from the common obligation, by virtue of which they are subject to the civil authority. The latter arises from a particular office and function, which has been laid upon individuals by the supreme authority.

2. The general duty of citizens has regard to the rulers of the state, or to the entire state, or to their fellow-citizens.

3. To the rulers of the state a citizen owes respect, loyalty and obedience. This implies that one acquiesce in the present regime, and have no thoughts of revolution; that one refrain from attaching himself to any other, or admiring and respecting him; that one have a good and honorable opinion of the rulers and their acts, and express himself accordingly.

4. A good citizen’s duty towards the whole state is to have nothing dearer than its welfare and safety, to offer his life, property, and fortunes freely for its preservation; to exert all the strength of his mind and industry to add to its fame and promote its interests.

5. As regards his fellow-citizens, it is the duty of the citizen to live friendly and peaceably with them, to show himself obliging and good-natured, and not to make trouble by peevishness or obstinacy ; not to envy the advantages of the others, or to deprive them of the same.

4a)
Local government is defined as the government at the grassroots established to perform some specific functions within defined areas.

4b
Making Bye law
ii )Government at the grassroo
(iii) to bring government nearer to the people
iv) maintenance of law and orders
(V) collection of tax and rates
(Vi) provision of primary schools.

NO 2Q DEFINITION OF CITIZEN
(2a)
A citizen is a person who is a legal member of and owes allegiance to a particular country he/she resides in which he/she enjoys full civil and political rights and will be ready to put his life at stake in defence of its territory when occasion calls for that

(2b)
(i) Defence of the country: A citizen should be prepared to defend his/her country when it is threatened
(ii) Service to the nation: A citizen should not hesitate to serve his/her nation in any capacity he capable when called upon to do so.
(iii) Civic responsibilities: It is also the responsibility of a good citizen to register during registration exercise and vote during elections if he/she is qualified to do so.
(iv) Assisting the law enforcement agents: A good citizen should always be prepared to assist the police and other law enforcement agents in reducing crime rate in the country by giving them useful information

(5)Career choices:
Studying the government is going to open many doors for you and you can decide whether or not you want to go into a career in politics (to make a difference as much as you see fit).
There are many different reasons why we study politics, and it is mainly to have a clear understanding of how things operate and to ensure that improvements can be made in the future.

NO 5

Q5
Types of election

1. General Election: refers to the conduct of election for various political parties, to enable them elect or choose their representatives in the state.

2. Referendum: is a type of election, demands to get on important political matter in the state, for example, when Sierra Leone wants to return to one party state in 1978. Also if important constitutional matters needed to be amended. It is similar to plebiscite.

3. Bye-election: is an election held to fill a vacant seat in a constituency due to a death of a representative or nullification of an election result in the court.
Note: Bye-elections are conducted only on constituencies where the incidence took place e.g.. Sierra Leone Bye elections to be conducted by N.E.C in Constituencies-87 & 106

4. Run-off election or second ballot: it takes place in order to decide a winner after the first election failed to produce the winner with absolute majority. After the first election, candidates with low percents of the total votes cast are asked to withdraw and a second election for highest two is organized within a given period of time. In some countries, it will be done in weeks or months. A simple majority will declare the emerged winner

(2b)
(i) Defence of the country: A citizen should be prepared to defend his/her country when it is threatened
(ii) Service to the nation: A citizen should not hesitate to serve his/her nation in any capacity he capable when called upon to do so.
(iii) Civic responsibilities: It is also the responsibility of a good citizen to register during registration exercise and vote during elections if he/she is qualified to do so.
(iv) Assisting the law enforcement agents: A good citizen should always be prepared to assist the police and other law enforcement agents in reducing crime rate in the country by giving them useful information

7a
(7a)
(i)Multi-Ethnicity : Nigeria is a country with a lot of ethnic groups. As a result of this, it has brought about the cry of the minorities clamoring for their own state.

(ii)Power Sharing: Formula Power sharing has been one of the main issue militating against federalism in Nigeria.

(7b)
(i)Governmental powers are shared between the Federal and State governments.
(ii)Its operation is backed up by a federal constitution, which is usually written and rigid in nature.
(iii)It ensures equal representation of all groups.

NO 4
4a A local government is a form of public administration which, in a majority of contexts, exists as the lowest tier of administration within a given state. … Local governments generally act within powers delegated to them by legislation or directives of the higher level of government.

4b: Reasons For Creating Local Governments

1. Participatory democracy: Local governments provide an opportunity for the citizens to practise the democratic form of government in their community. They learn the techniques and skills of politics, by campaigning and contesting elections to represent their wards in the local government council. The training at this level prepares them for greater political participation at the state and national levels.

2. Bringing government closer to the citizens: Local governments are created to enable them to fashion out good policies and programmes which the local communities require. Local government functionaries are representatives of the central government and are empowered to enact bylaws, which would protect the collective interests of the people at the local level.

3. Equitable socio-economic development: Local governments are created to serve as a means of distributing the resources of the country equitably, for the socio-economic development of their localities. This is done through the equitable sharing of the resources and amenities of the country between the different tiers of government.

4. Choice of leadership: Local governments give people the opportunity to elect their own people as their representatives in the local government council. These personnel exercise governmental powers on behalf of the people, understand their people more than ’outsiders’ and are accountable to the electorate.

GOVERNMENT SECTION B

NO 9
Q9a. The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) is a socio-economic flagship Programme of the African Union (AU). NEPAD’s four primary objectives are to eradicate poverty, promote sustainable growth and development, integrate Africa in the world economy and accelerate the empowerment of women.

Q9b. The main objectives of NEPAD Council include:

1.Support the new partnership for Africa’s Development.

2. Support African leaders’ efforts to encourage public engagement in NEPAD strategies and projects.

3. Assist the Steering Committee and NEPAD
Secretariat in the implementation of NEPAD projects

4. Collaborate with NEPAD to undertake mutually reinforcing actions to help accelerate growth and make long-lasting gains against poverty

5. Encourage Africans in the Diaspora to actively participate in all efforts aimed at developing Africa

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