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Government NECO 2015 Expo




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HOW TO USE OUR OBJ:
For those that hav other paper type & those that are confused abt my obj.
USE ANY OF THIS METHOD:
(i) Shade type A as if it was type A that was given to u. Write on top of ur paper that u answered TYPE A.
(ii) With this our Type A, trace the answers on ur own type.
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GOVERNMENT OBJ TYPE A:
1-10: CBDDBDCCED
11-20: DDCBCACCDE
21-30: ADCBABEDCC
31-40: DCEDBBACBD
41-50: CCBAECCACD
51-60: AAAABADBDE


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YOU CAN TRACE UR ANSWERS WITH THESE TO UR PAPER TYPE


GOVERNMENT OBJ TYPE A
1 C. Kidnapping
2 B. Bye- Laws
3 D. Resistance of Foreign Influence
4 D. To empower the people economically
5 B. 1929
6 D. Its application of election principle was limited to Lagos and Calabar
7 C. gerry wondering
8 C. Registration
9 E. Law Making
10 D. The ammendment procedure is difficult
11 D. Rigid
12 D. AD, APP, PDP
13 C. Capacity to affect another's behaviour by threat of striction
14 B. Land Ownership
15 C. Has the people's mandate to rule
16 A. 151
17 C. Participation
18 C. Occupational
19 D. oligarchy
20 B. Comunism
21 A.- armed forces ruling council
22 E. Zero
23. C. Political parties
24 B. Flexibility
25 A. 1923
26 B. Liberty
27 E. Simple majority
28 D. 109
29 C. It is cost effective
30 C. Constitution
31. D. State
32. C. Italy
33. E. Yoruba
34. D. Kano riot (1953)
35. B formation of political parties
36. B. Federal
37. A. Court of law
38. C. Devolution
39. B. Constitution
40. D. Macpherson
41. C. Hugh Clifford
42. C. Autocracy
43. B. 1960
44. A. African union
45. E. Public corporation
46. C. Population
47. C. National interest
48. A. Guard against election
49. C. Maaji
50. D. Sovereignty
51. A. Civil service
52. A. Abidjan
53. A. Government
54. A. Albert renn dicey
55. B. Mace
56. A. Council of ministers
57. D proposed programmes
58. B. Delegated legislation
59. D. Political system
60. E. Senate








NECO GOVERNMENT ESSAY

(3a) What is Communism; Communism like socialism refer to the economic and political theory which emphasises state ownership and control of means of production, distribution and exchange. The theory of (Communism) was outlined in a book called the Communist Manifesto and published in 1848 by a German Scholar, Karlmarx.


(3b) Relationship between Socialism and Communism;
i) Socialism emphasised peaceful and gradual democratic transformation of the society, while Communism advocates a social revolution to destroy the existing capitalist economic and political institutions.

ii) Socialism is pragmatic, attainable and realisable in society while Communism is idealistic and utopian.

iii) Both Socialism and Communism advocate economic equality and social justice for all citizens.

iv) Both theories uphold the principle of state control of the means of production, distribution anf exchange.

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(4) The followings are essential for the existence of a democratic system;
i) The existence of an impartial and independent judiciary to protect the fundamental human rights of individual and groups.

ii) The existence of an efficient, good and acceptable leadership to the majority of the people.

iii) The willingness and common desire among the generality of the people to uphold democratic ideals such as accountability and constitutionality.

iv) Respect for the principle of rule of law which include; equality of all before the law, impartiality and respect for fundamental human rights.

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(5) The Following are the Features of Nigerian Federalism;

i) The Constitutions of Nigeria from the lyttleton constitution of 1954 to the 1989 Republican Constitution have been written and rigid constitutions- The amendment procedures of which would be complicated and rigorous.

ii) The constitution have been dividing powers between the federal government and the component units formely called regions and now states and local government.

iii) In all the Constitution, the central government has been supreme with exclusive powers on many subjects and final authority on some others.

iv) There has been the existence of a multi-party system except the 1989 constitution that stipulated at two-party system.

v) There has been a bicameral legislature of one form or another.

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(9) The following are the effect of Nationalism on Nigeria;

i) Nationalism encourages the spread of western education in Nigeria, i.e the establishment of more schools and funding of the earliest tertiary educational institutions. Yaba higher College was first founded, but nationalist protest against its inadequacy was one of the reasons for the establishment of the university college, Ibadan in 1948.

ii) It led to the development of Political parties in Nigeria such as the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons (NCNC), Nigeria Youth Movement (NYM), Nigeria National Democratic Party (NNDP), The Action Group (AG) and Northerns People's Congrss (NPC).

iii) Nationalism led to the rise of News paper such as the Lagos Daily News, Daily Service and West African Pilot.

iv) It created a greater understanding and sense of Unity among Citizens of British West African Colonies.

v) Nationalism led to Constitutional Development and eventually Independence for Nigeria.







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