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2020 NABTEB Civic Education Questions and Answers
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INSTRUCTION: YOU ARE TO ANSWER 4 QUESTIONS ONLY, ONE QUESTION FROM EACH SECTION

(2a)
Obligations of citizens refers to expectations of a citizen in a given society or duties of a citizens in a state,in return for most of the rights enjoyed. It also mean legal and moral responsibility of a citizen

(2b)
(i) Payment of tax: A citizen should pay his tax to provide the state with revenue for social services eg pipe borne water,hospitals and schools
(ii) Obedience to law: A citizen should obey all the laws of the state for the common good of it’s citizen.
(iii) Voting during election: A citizen has to vote during elections. Failure to do so may lead to the election of the wrong people into public offices.
(iv) Detection and prevention of crimes: A good citizen should always assist the law enforcement agencies in detecting and preventing crimes in the society
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(4a)
A drug addict is someone who is addicted to illegal drugs. It is also refer to a person who is addicted to a chemical substance, especially a narcotic.

(4b)
(i) Exhibition of Quarrelsome and rebellions disposition: Drug addict has quarrelsome and rebellions disposition. He quarrel at slightest provocation . He sees everybody and everything as a threat. Rebelliousness and quarrelsome become defensive mechanism.
(ii) Exhibition of Idleness : behavior exhibited by drug addict is idleness. They do not feel the need to work. They loiter about and often find solace in gambling. The little money they get is spent on smoking,drinking and gambling.
(iii) Exhibition of Criminal tendencies: Drug addicts exhibit criminal tendencies. They steal,rob,kidnap and rape. They are custodians and carriers of social vices. They involve in cultism and it’s activities
(iv) Exhibition of drug dependence: The drug abuser exhibit the behaviour of drug dependence. Drug dependence is a state in which continuous usage of drugs causes continued disruption or harm to one’s personal ,social or economic life
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(5ai)
Supremacy of the law: This principle states that no one is above the law. The law of a state is always the final authority . No other institution,not even Parliament which assists in promulgating the law,can claim supremacy over the law.

(5aii)
Equality before the law: The principle state that law should apply equally to all citizens of a country ,irrespective of their economic or political status. All persons, regardless of race,colour ,sex,language,religion or social origin ,property,birth or other status are to be treated the same before the law.

(5aiii)
Respect to Fundamental human right: Every human being is entitled to an exercise of fundamental rights and freedom and that when these rights are violated,citizens should have the right to seek redress from the court. Only the courts have the jurisdiction to entertain such cases.

(5b)
(i) Diplomatic immunity: Diplomats cannot be prosecuted in the country where they are residing as accredited representative of their country.
(ii) state of Emergency: If a country is in crises or about to fight a war,state of emergency could be declared. Arbitrary rule may be enthroned and citizens may be denied of some of their rights.
(iii) Tribunals: They are not constitutional or legal courts. Membership of a tribunal in most cases are people without legal knowledge. Individual rights for a fair hearing are always denied them.
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(6ai)
Direct Democracy: Direct democracy refers to an idea of government by which all citizens meet together, periodically to discuss issue affecting the community. This simple system is possible in tribes or village. Direct Democracy is suitable for small only . Direct democracy is seen as a close interaction in which people can continually take an active part.

(6aii)
Representative Democracy: This is the form of government where people run the government or exercise political power through their elected representative. This form of democracy has replaced direct democracy in modern states because it is no longer convenient for everybody to gather in one place in order to take decision.

(6b)
(i) Free choice of leaders: It gives the electorate the opportunity to elect leaders of their choice.
(ii) Stability: Democracy promote stability in the country. A bad government can be removed from office peacefully through the process of voting.
(iii) Equality of individual: There is individual equality,freedom and protection of their possessions and their right where democracy operates.

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