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

You have 30 minutes to answer all the questions.

You can use the NEXT button to move to the next question, use the PREV button to move to the previous question, the CLEAR button to clear any answer of your choice and you have the FINISH button to end the exam if you choose to.

Any question not answered before the end of the exam time, will be marked as wrong and the exam will end by itself. so try to attempt all questions on time.


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

2 / 40

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

3 / 40

The responsibility of protecting past and present high ranking government officials falls on _________

4 / 40

Democratic governance is usually characterized by

5 / 40

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

6 / 40

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

7 / 40

Franchise means right to

8 / 40

Custom refers to __________

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How many senators are elected from each state in Nigeria?

10 / 40

A sense of right and wrong guiding s person’s action is known as

11 / 40

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

12 / 40

One of the civic responsibilities of a citizen is to obey

13 / 40

When a group of people believe is and keep to certain norms, values and ways of the life of their community since its creation, we call this _____________

14 / 40

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

15 / 40

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

16 / 40

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

17 / 40

The green colour in the traffic light indicates

18 / 40

The first executive president of Nigeria is/was

19 / 40

The president belongs to _________ arm of the government

20 / 40

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


21 / 40

Workers in the public corporations are known as

22 / 40

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

23 / 40

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

24 / 40

The implication of positive commaunal relationship is that it

25 / 40

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

26 / 40

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

27 / 40

A major benefit of youth empowerment is

28 / 40

Citizenship status is acquired through

29 / 40

One major factor that attracts some Nigerians into human trafficking is

30 / 40

When a constitution is difficult to amend, it is said to be

31 / 40

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

32 / 40

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

33 / 40

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

34 / 40

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

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The following are values that promote interpersonal relationship, except

36 / 40

The National Youths service Corps scheme was established in Nigeria in

37 / 40

In democracy, lack of press freedom leads to the denial of freedom of

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The 219 chibok girls were _______ while _______

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

40 / 40

The structure of the Nigeria legislature is – in nature

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