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WAEC GCE 2018 (September) Civic Education Expo answers
|WAEC GCE 2018 (September) Civic Education Expo answers by Editor: 12:00 am On April 11, 2018|
Civic Education is among the recent subjects that were introduced into the Nigerian Secondary school syllable. And it has been made compulsory for everybody irrespective of your discipline. The 2018 WAEC GCE Civic education exam will be taking place on Thursday, 20th September 2018. In this article, I will show you how to get the 2018 WAEC GCE Civic Education Expo answers.
Why Was Civic Education Added to The Secondary School Syllable?
They actually have reasons why they not only implemented it but made it compulsory. From my own perceptive, Civic Education will help you to know your right and will also help to build a united Nigeria.
We all know that our brothers and sisters who are in Arts know about the constitution and laws more than some of us in Science. Now, by making Civic Education compulsory, it closes the gap between Arts and science students in terms of knowing what the constitution, laws, right, ethics and values, etc are all about.
Basic Things You Should Know About WAEC GCE 2018 Expo
It is obvious that average Nigerian public schools lack the basic amenities for learning. There is a saying that you can’t ask a child to give you what you didn’t give him. That being said, the Government can’t expect a [email protected] free examination when they have not prepared the students well for the examination.
Taking all these into consideration, we have decided to help students with the WAEC GCE Civic Education Expo answers. Read below to know how to subscribe to our Runz.
How to Subscribe to WAEC GCE 2018 Civic Education Expo Answers
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How Much Does the WAEC GCE 2018 Expo for Civic Education Cost?
N300 is for both the Theory and objective answers. Hope that is cheap and fair! Read further to know how to make the payment.
How to Make Payment for WAEC GCE 2018 Civic Education Answers
Once you buy the card, send your mobile phone number, the subject you need and the MTN pin(s) to +2349067385575. You will receive a confirmation message when we recharge the card. Another important tutorial is waiting below so don’t get tired yet.
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Do you have Proofs for the Answers?
The page was first created for the last year’s WAEC GCE Civic Education Expo and the answers to their own question were also solved and posted here. You can see the answers below.
Previous WAEC GCE Civic Education Answers
ii)Think about how other people feel. Empathy and selflessness go hand in hand. If you understand how someone else feels, you'll be more likely to be moved to act selflessly toward that person. iii)Be selfless even when no one notices. Selfless people don't act with kindness and generosity with the expectation of getting credited for it. They do it because it's the right thing to do, and because it feels good to help other people when you have the capacity to do so.
SECTION C ANSWER
A. CONSTITUTION: A constitution is a set of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is governed. These rules together makeup, i.e. constitute, what the entity is.
B. ARMS OF GOVERNMENT: The three arms of government is divided into three The legislative, The judiciary and the executive
The executive: The executive branch is divided into Federal Ministries, each headed by a minister appointed by the president. The president must include at least one member from each of the 36 states in his cabinet.
The Legislative: The National Assembly of Nigeria has two chambers: the House of Representatives and the Senate. The House of Representatives is presided over by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
The judiciary: The judicial branch consists of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, the Court of Appeals, the High Courts, and other trial courts such as the Magistrates’, Customary, Sharia and other specialised courts. The National Judicial Council serves as an independent executive body, insulating the judiciary from the executive arm of government.
D. Free Press: Free press may refer to Freedom of the press, legal protections for public communications media.
E. Armed Forces: The armed forces of a country are its government-sponsored defense, fighting forces, and organizations. They exist to further the foreign and domestic policies of their governing body and to defend that body and the nation it represents from external and internal aggressors.
F. Civil societies: Civil societies are the “aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest interests and will of citizens”.They include the family and the private sphere, referred to as the “third sector” of society, distinct from government and business.
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