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Today Waec Gce Civic Education Answers 16th of November 2022 Civic Education Answers

WAEC GCE CIVIC EDUCATION THEORY ANSWE

(9a)
( PICK ANY 3 )
(i) Professionalization of Public Service/recruitment of qualified personnel
(ii) Improved working conditions/standard of living
(iii) Adherence to merits in appointments, promotion and discipline.
(iv) Effective legislative oversight function

(9b)
(PICK ANY 4)
(i) It advices in the formulation of the policies of government.
(ii) It implements government policies.
(iii) It advises the government.
(iv) It creates employment opportunities.
(v) It performs delegated /legislative functions.
(vi) It provides essential services at cheaper rates.
(vii) It acts as governmental agent to the general public.
[1:31 am, 16/11/2022] Marita Jr: CIVIC EDUCATION

(4a)
(i) Opioids
(ii) Stimulants
(iii) Sedatives

(4b)
(i) It weakens immune system: Drug abuse results to a weakened immune system which increases the risk of illness and infection.

(ii) It affects the heart: It brings about heart conditions ranging from abnormal heart rates to heart attacks and collapsed veins and blood vessel infections from injected drugs.

(iii) It causes nausea and abdominal pain: This effect can lead to changes in appetite and weight loss

(iv) It affects the liver: Increased strain on the liver caused by drug abuse puts the person at risk of significant liver damage or liver failure.

(v) It causes seizures, stroke, mental confusion and brain damage

(vi) It brings about problems with memory, attention and decision-making, which make daily living more difficult

(3a)
National consciousness is the awareness that one belongs to ethnic or political nation.National consciousness is also refers as the feeling of necessary social cohesion which establishes a unique character ,image and identify for a nation.

(3b)

(i)Non-discrimination and tolerance :This is the act of not seeing difference in people and the ability to endure with work or people without complaining. This promotes national consciousness, national integrity and unity.

(i)Honesty: This is the act of being firm at one’s self and affairs of the state. It helps to curb fraudulent practices, bribery and corruption which are the tools for ruining one’s nation.

(iii) Responsibility: This is act of taking charge of work or affairs of the state without hesitation or being forced to do so

(iv) Non- Absenteeism: This is the act of being present at work or affairs of the state whenever the need arises and at all times.

(v)Punctuality and promptness: This means being early at work or any assignments. This is the act of keeping to time. It does not promote integrity whenever we fail to keep to time on any matter arising.

(vi) Justices, equity and fairness: Promoting equity , justices , fairness and equality among the ethnic groups, institutions and people in Nigeria

[1:21 am, 16/11/2022] Marita Jr: (5a)
(PICK ANY 3 )
(i) Taking the recommended Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) drugs as at when due.
(ii) Eating balanced diet.
(iii) Staying positive about survival.
(iv) Engaging in productive exercises.
(v) Discouraging stigmatization of People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHAS).

(5b)
(PICK ANY 4 )
(i) Abstinence from illicit sex.
(ii) Faithfulness to partners.
(iii) Continuous education of people on HIV, its spreads, it effects and prevention by government and non-governmental organizations.
(iv) Injection needles should be used once and disposed off.
(v) People should not share sharp objects like clippers, razors, etc.
(vi) Blood should be tested thoroughly before transfusion.
[1:22 am, 16/11/2022] Marita Jr: WAEC GCE CIVIC EDUCATION

(2a)
Law and Order is a condition in which the existing rules, regulations, norms and related legal codes are recognized and observed for the sustenance of peace, orderliness and security of lives and property in society.

(2b)
(i)Peaceful conduct of elections:Electioneering activities such as campaigns, voting and announcement of results, etc. are generally peaceful and orderly in a society exhibiting law and order.
(ii)Religious tolerance:Adherents of different religions in the society tolerate the views, teaching and preaching of others which prevent sectarian crises.
(iii)Queuing culture:People form or join queue(s) in an orderly manner in public places such as petrol stations, bus stops, etc. to access public utilities in societies exhibiting law and order.
(iv)Decorum/orderliness:Polite behaviour and respect for others in interpersonal, inter-group and inter-communal relations are common features of societies where law and order are exhibited.
(v)Constitutionalism:Adherence to the tenets and principles of the constitution is a feature of societies exhibiting law and order. This prevents tyranny and lawlessness.
(vi)Obeying traffic regulations:Traffic regulations are voluntarily obeyed in societies where law and order are exhibited for the benefit of all road users and common good of all.

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(3a)
National consciousness:
This is defined as a strong sense/feeling attachment to one’s country over and above every ot consideration, interests or peculiarities for the promotion of common welfare/development. or It is a way of having priority for the nation above every ot consideration.

(3b)
PICK ANY SIX
(i) Inculcating right values, morals and discipline in the citizens
(ii) Encouraging justice and fairness among citizens
(iii) Encouraging national unity and understanding through heal competitions, politics, sport and festivals etc
(iv) Inculcating sound morals and religious beliefs
(v) Placing national interest above personal interest/patriotism
(vi) Singing National Anthem/reciting the Pledge
(vii) Promoting inter-tribal/ethnic/regional marriage in the school
(viii) Friendliness and hospitality of Nigerians to fellow
(ix) Ensuring the implementation of the NYSC posting policy corp members outside their respective cultural areas of origin

(3a)
National consciousness:
This is defined as a strong sense/feeling attachment to one’s country over and above every ot consideration, interests or peculiarities for the promotion of common welfare/development. or It is a way of having priority for the nation above every ot consideration.

(3b)
PICK ANY SIX
(i) Inculcating right values, morals and discipline in the citizens
(ii) Encouraging justice and fairness among citizens
(iii) Encouraging national unity and understanding through heal competitions, politics, sport and festivals etc
(iv) Inculcating sound morals and religious beliefs
(v) Placing national interest above personal interest/patriotism
(vi) Singing National Anthem/reciting the Pledge
(vii) Promoting inter-tribal/ethnic/regional marriage in the school
(viii) Friendliness and hospitality of Nigerians to fellow
(ix) Ensuring the implementation of the NYSC posting policy corp members outside their respective cultural areas of origin

3a)

National consciousness is a shared sense of national identity and a shared understanding that a people group shares a common ethnic/linguistic/cultural background, or History

(2a)
Law and Order is a condition in which the existing rules, regulations, norms and related legal codes are recognized and observed for the sustenance of peace, orderliness and security of lives and property in society.

(2b)
(i)Peaceful conduct of elections:Electioneering activities such as campaigns, voting and announcement of results, etc. are generally peaceful and orderly in a society exhibiting law and order.
(ii)Religious tolerance:Adherents of different religions in the society tolerate the views, teaching and preaching of others which prevent sectarian crises.
(iii)Queuing culture:People form or join queue(s) in an orderly manner in public places such as petrol stations, bus stops, etc. to access public utilities in societies exhibiting law and order.
(iv)Decorum/orderliness:Polite behaviour and respect for others in interpersonal, inter-group and inter-communal relations are common features of societies where law and order are exhibited.
(v)Constitutionalism:Adherence to the tenets and principles of the constitution is a feature of societies exhibiting law and order. This prevents tyranny and lawlessness.
(vi)Obeying traffic regulations:Traffic regulations are voluntarily obeyed in societies where law and order are exhibited for the benefit of all road users and common good of all.

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(3a)
National consciousness:
This is defined as a strong sense/feeling attachment to one’s country over and above every ot consideration, interests or peculiarities for the promotion of common welfare/development. or It is a way of having priority for the nation above every ot consideration.

(3b)
PICK ANY SIX
(i) Inculcating right values, morals and discipline in the citizens
(ii) Encouraging justice and fairness among citizens
(iii) Encouraging national unity and understanding through heal competitions, politics, sport and festivals etc
(iv) Inculcating sound morals and religious beliefs
(v) Placing national interest above personal interest/patriotism
(vi) Singing National Anthem/reciting the Pledge
(vii) Promoting inter-tribal/ethnic/regional marriage in the school
(viii) Friendliness and hospitality of Nigerians to fellow
(ix) Ensuring the implementation of the NYSC posting policy corp members outside their respective cultural areas of origin

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(4a)
(i) Opioids
(ii) Stimulants
(iii) Sedatives

(4b)
(i) It weakens immune system: Drug abuse results to a weakened immune system which increases the risk of illness and infection.

(ii) It affects the heart: It brings about heart conditions ranging from abnormal heart rates to heart attacks and collapsed veins and blood vessel infections from injected drugs.

(iii) It causes nausea and abdominal pain: This effect can lead to changes in appetite and weight loss

(iv) It affects the liver: Increased strain on the liver caused by drug abuse puts the person at risk of significant liver damage or liver failure.

(v) It causes seizures, stroke, mental confusion and brain damage

(vi) It brings about problems with memory, attention and decision-making, which make daily living more difficult

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(5a)
(PICK ANY 3 )
(i) Taking the recommended Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) drugs as at when due.
(ii) Eating balanced diet.
(iii) Staying positive about survival.
(iv) Engaging in productive exercises.
(v) Discouraging stigmatization of People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHAS).

(5b)
(PICK ANY 4 )
(i) Abstinence from illicit sex.
(ii) Faithfulness to partners.
(iii) Continuous education of people on HIV, its spreads, it effects and prevention by government and non-governmental organizations.
(iv) Injection needles should be used once and disposed off.
(v) People should not share sharp objects like clippers, razors, etc.
(vi) Blood should be tested thoroughly before transfusion.

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(9a)
[PICK ANY THREE] (i) Training and re-training
(ii) Value re-orientation
(iii) Political education
(iv) Ombudsman/public complaint commission
(v) Freedom of information
(vi) Inculcation of discipline in the public service
(vii) Use of code of conduct bureau
(viii) war against corruption in public places

(9b)
[PICK ANY FOUR] (i) It advices in the formulation of policies of government
(ii) It represents government in meeting/conferences
(iii) It helps in documentation and record keeping
(iv) It helps in public enlightenment/education
(v) It implements government policies
(vi) It creates employment opportunities
(vii) It conducts research for government business
(viii) It ensures continuity in governance

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