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Security Education and Civic Education Second Term Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session – Junior Secondary School (JSS 1, JSS 2, JSS 3)

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    CIVIC AND SECURITY EDUCATION               CLASS:  J.S.S 1

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTION

  1. A true and legal member of a country or society is called _______(a) citizen  (b) partriot                                         (c) president  (d) police
  2. One can become a citizen of a country by  (a) birth  (b) nationalization  (c) registration            (d) all of the above
  3. ___________are claims of individuals as citizen of a country  (a) rights  (b) duties                   (c) obligations  (d) national identity card
  4. Which of these is not the right of citizens  (a) right to life  (b) right to personal liberty                    (c) right to fair hearing  (d) right to kill
  5. All these are reasons for rights and duties in our society except __________  (a) peace                      (b) due process  (c) discipline  (d) conflict
  6. Which of these is not economic/financial obligation  (a) respect for national symbols                   (b) employment  (c) payment of correct taxes (d) respect and protection of public property
  7. What could be the consequences of non-perorming our obligatiioins?  (a) violence                   (b) chaos  (c) lawlessness  (d) all of the above
  8. _________refers to the characteristics by which a nation can be recognized  (a) national consciousness  (b) national identity  (c) national passport  (d) national resources
  9. Social obligations include  (a) environmental cleanliness  (b) maintenance of peace                (c) protection of country’s name  (d) all of the above
  10. The national pledge emphasized the following except ______(a)insincerity  (b) honesty                 (c) loyalty  (d) faithfulness
  11. Human rights abuse includes  (a) denial of press freedom  (b) imprisonment without fair trial  (c) prevention from voting  (d) all of the above
  12. President Muhammadu Buhari is a member of _____party  9a) PDP  (b) APC  (c) APGA  (d) PRP
  13. ___________is the chairman of INEC  (a) Professor Attahirh Jega  (b) Professor Yakubu Mahmood  (c) Justice Shaidu Kawu  (d) Professor Eme Awa
  14. ____________is the federal capital of Nigeria  (a) Lagos  (b) Abuja  (c) Sulaja  (d) Kano
  15. __________is the speaker of the Federal House of Representative  (a) Dr.Bukola Saraki             (b) Yakubu Dogara  (c) Bola Ahmed Tinubu  (d) Ibikunle Amosu

Section B:       Complete the following sentences

  1. __________is an act of unlawful killing
  2. ______________is any wrong doing which the law recognizes and which the law prescribes punishments for offenders
  3. _________________this is taking something that belong to another person without the hope of returning it.
  4. _______________this is having sexual intercourse with another persons by force without their consent
  5. _____________this is an attempt by a group of people to take over control of a constituted government

Section C: (Theory)

1a.       Mention five (5) common crime in Nigeria (5 marks)

b.         List three causes of examination malpractices (3 marks)

c.         Discuss two ways crime can be prevented in schools. ( 2 marks)

2i.        Define rape  (2 marks))

ii.         Mention five causes of rape (5 marks)

iii.        List three effects of rapd (3 marks)

3a.       Define citizenship (2 marks)

b.         Mention six ways through which a person can acquire citizenship (6 marks)

c.         What is illegal alien? (2 marks)

4a.       What is nationalization? (2 marks)

b.         Define naturalization (2 marks)

c.         Explain the meaning of the followings

i.          Political right (2 marks)

ii.         Economic right (2 marks)

iii.        Social rights (2 marks)

N.B:  Give two example each

5.         Mention and explain four importance of rights and duties (8 marks)

b.         List two consequences of non-performance of obligation (2 marks)

            EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    CIVIC AND SECURITY EDUCATION                                       CLASS:  J.S.S 2

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTION

  1. The following are types of human rights EXCEPT  (a) civil  (b) economic  (c) military                  (d) political
  2. Where is the home twon of president Muhammadu Buhari  (a) Sokoto  (b) Daura  (c) Kano  (d) Minna
  3. Election is the process through which people _____their leaders.  (a) choose  (b) impose        (c) manipulate  (d) smuggle
  4. At what age is one qualified to vote in an election in Nigeria?  (a) 16  (b) 18  (c) 20  (d) 30
  5. Nigeria operates a ________constitution  (a) confederal  (b) federal  (c) flexible              
  6. A person automatically becomes the citizen of a country by  (a) age  (b) birth  (c) honour  (d) marriage
  7. The  Nigerian lower legislative chambers has ________members  (a) 316  (b) 360  (c) 366  (d) 368
  8. One major problems facing the continent of Africa is  (a) bad leadership  (b) bombing                   (c) debt burden  (d) election
  9. Government of the people, for the people and by the people qualifies one of the following  (a) administration  (b) democracy  (c) monarchy  (d) oligarchy
  10. The following are causes of social problems in the society, except  (a) cultism  (b) drug abuse  (c) education  (d) poverty
  11. Which of the following is NOT part and parcel of maintaining national security?                                (a) military  (b) police  (c) para-military  (d) union of roads transport workers
  12. The following are ethnic groups that make Nigeria a nation, except  (a) Hausa  (b) Igbo                (c) Kumasi  (d) Yoruba
  13. Power is transformed into authority through  (a) force  (b) influence  (c) legitimacy                      (d) propaganda
  14. The primary function of the constitution of a country is to (a) guide inter and intra party relationship  (b) spelt out the relationship between the rulers and the ruled  (c) help the judge to know how to punish offenders  (d) help the ruled to exercise their rights
  15. Payment of taxes is one of the _____of a citizen  (a) civic responsibility  (b) economic right  (c) obligation  (d) political

Section B:  Complete the following sentences

  1. The major opposition party in Nigeria today is _____________________________
  2. Rivers ___________________ and ___________________ are the two major rivers in Nigeria.
  3. __________________was the president Muhammadu Buhari’s predecessor
  4. General Abdulsalam Abubakar was the last military head of state in Nigeria (True or False)
  5. A civilian president can stage a coup d’etat in Nigeria. (True or False).

Section C:  theory

Answer 4 questions only

1a.       Explain the meaning of emergency management

b.         Mention four (4) emergency situations and the agencies to be contacted

2a.       Explain the meaning of federation (2 marks)

b.         Discuss two problems of federation (2 marks)

c.         State three reasons why Nigeria adopts federalism (6 marks)

3.         Explain the following terms

a.         Exclusive powers (2 marks)

b.         Concurrent powers (2 marks)

c.         Residual powers (2 marks)

d.         Mention four (4) duties that are to be performed by federal government only (4 marks)

4a.       What is the rule of law? (2 marks)

b.         Explain the concept of the rule of law. (6 marks)

c.         Mention two punishable offence you have studied (2 marks)

5.         Mention and explain five (5) benefits of the rule of law against arbitrary rule (10 marks)

           

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    CIVIC AND SECURITY EDUCATION                        CLASS:  J.S.S 3

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTION

  1. An offence in which a person or group of people may be accused of trying to remove a government through illegal means is known as ______________(a) treason  (b) money laundering  (c) bunkering  (d) embezzlement
  2. Punishment for law breaking include the following EXCEPT  (a) freedom of movement    (b) detention  (c) sanction  (d) imprisonment
  3. Court where cases are tried according to Islamic laws is called ______(a) high court               (b) customary court  (c) Sharia court  (d) court of appeal
  4. The leader of the house of representative is the  (a) president (b) speaker  (c) governor                (d) minister
  5. In Nigeria the court whose decisions are unquestionable and final  (a) the superior court                            (b) the alkali court  (c) court of appeal  (d) the supreme court
  6. How many geo-political zones do we have in Nigeria?  (a) 7  (b) 12  (c) 6  (d) 9
  7. A document that spells out the laws and the forms of operations of government is ________  (a) constitution  (b) election  (c) population  (d) government
  8. The first elected executive president of Nieria is  (a) Alhaji Shehu Shagari  (b) Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe  (c) Alhaji Tafawa Balewa  (d) Chief Obafemi Awolowo
  9. ____is the best form of leadership  (a) authority  (b) Theocracy  (c) federation                              (d) democracy
  10. The agency in charge of drugs and related offences is the ________(a) EFCC  (b) NDLEA  (c) SSS  (d) PHCN
  11. The house of representatives has –members  (a) 109  (b) 360  (c) 400  (d) 108
  12. Judiciary is the arm of government that ________the law  (a) make  (b) decide  (c) call                   (d) interpret
  13. The organ responsible for implementing policies and laws made in the country is the _______(a) executive  (b) judiciary  (c) legislative  (d) rule of law
  14. The votes should be counted publicly at the polling centres and the results announced at the centre to avoid  (a) election  (b) electoral malpractice  (c) voting exercise  (d) strike
  15. All these are the basic principles of the rule of law EXCEPT  (a) cultural right                         (b) supremacy of the law  (c) respect for human rights  (d) equality before the law.

Section B:

  1. The acceptable way a worker is expected to carry out his/her duty is referred to as ___________________
  2. Nigeria civil war came to an end in __________________
  3. Nigeria became a republic in the year ___________________
  4. Being a citizen of two countries at the same time is called __________________
  5. ___________is the type of government that is closed to rural community

Section C: (Theory)

Attempt 4 questions only

1a.       What is voting? (2 marks)

b.         Define voter’s registration (a marks)

c.         Mention six importance of voting (6 marks)

2a.       Define election (2 marks)

b.         Explain the following types of election

i.          Direct election (2 marks)

ii.         Indirect election (2 marks)

iii.        Bye-election (2 marks)

iv.        General election (2 marks)

3.         Mention ten importance of election in Nigeria (10 marks)

4a.       What is the full meanings of INEC? (1 mark)

b.         Write out the full meanings of SIEC (1 mk)

c.         Who is the current chairman of INEC? (2 marks)

d.         List six functions of Electoral Commission (6 marks)

5i.        Define a free and fair election (2 marks)

ii.         State four (4) reasons why we need free and fair election in Nigeria (4 marks)

iii.        Mention four (4) forms of electoral malpractice (4 marks)

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