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These are Civic Education Past Questions. 40 questions will be picked at random from the question bank.

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The upper legislative chamber of the National Assembly of Nigeria is also known as the

2 / 40

One of the reasons most HIV/AIDs patients are reluctant to disclose their status is because of

3 / 40

When was the first HIV/AIDs case reported in Nigeria?

4 / 40

Which of the following is not necessary for public servants to perform effectively?

5 / 40

One habit which people living with HIV/AIDs (PLWHAs) must avoid to remain healthy and productive is

6 / 40

A representative of a commonwealth country in another member state is known as a/an

7 / 40

The most popular means through which citizens of a country can participate in politics is by

8 / 40

___________ strengthens the sensitive mental and emotional bond between the parent and children

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To prevent the spread of HIV/AIDs, people should be encouraged to

10 / 40

How many senators are elected from each state in Nigeria?

11 / 40

Which of the following system of government advocates equitable distribution of wealth?

12 / 40

The office responsible for announcing the result of an election is known as

13 / 40

Citizenship status is acquired through

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The first executive president of Nigeria is/was

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The green colour in the traffic light indicates

16 / 40

The implication of positive commaunal relationship is that it

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Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is based on the resolution of the

18 / 40

One major factor that attracts some Nigerians into human trafficking is

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The 219 chibok girls were _______ while _______

20 / 40

The National Youths service Corps scheme was established in Nigeria in

21 / 40

A situation where most citizen fail to vote in election could be describes as political

22 / 40

A major benefit of youth empowerment is

23 / 40

In the civil service, cleaners, drivers and security belong to class

24 / 40

The most effective approach towards the elimination of sexually transmitted diseases is by

25 / 40

Public complaints Commission in Nigeria is also known as

26 / 40

One of the civic responsibilities of a citizen is to obey

27 / 40

The right of an individual to seek redress in a law court is categorized under

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Which of the following is not a function of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)?

29 / 40

Victims of human trafficking are usually compelled to engage in

30 / 40

The structure of the Nigeria legislature is – in nature

31 / 40

Custom refers to __________

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Civic societies are vital for the promotion of popular participation because they are

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The principle that public servants cannot be held responsible for their official actions denotes

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The nearest government to the people and an important means of promoting grassroots development is the

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The armed forces and the police are part of the ________ organ of government

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The “right to vote and be voted for” can only be enjoyed by Nigerian citizens who attain the age of

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The organisation with the motives and goals of helping people is called

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Government is the machinery established to manage the affairs of

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During a particular voting exercise if majority of the people refuse to vote, this can be described as

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Franchise means right to

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