2021 WAEC GCE Civic Education (Essay & OBJ) Answers [17th November]

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A. 2021 WAEC GCE CIVIC EDUCATION ESSAY (THEORY) ANSWERS | 17TH NOVEMBER, 2021

(1)
(i) Publication of a newspaper to help propagate nationalism in Nigeria: He introduced the "West African Pilot" which served as a powerful platform for opposing colonial rules.

(ii) Formation of political party: He founded, in 1944, the first viable Nigerian political party — the National Council of Nigeria and Cameroons (NCNC) — with an elder nationalist, Herbert MaCaulay, who was President of the party which spear–headed the independence movement. Azikiwe, the Secretary–General of the party, became its President in 1946, on the death of Herbert MaCaulay, who was generally acknowledged as “the father of Nigerian nationalism.”

(iii) He formed a coalition government: His political party, NCNC formed a coalition government with Northern Peoples congress (NPC) between 1960 and 1966 which made him the first president of Federal Republic of Nigeria.

(iv)
As Member of Parliament 1947-1950, he joined others to ensure that Nigeria gain self government. And He joined Nigerian Youth Movement (NYM) with others to open the floodgate for nationalism in Nigeria.

(v) He educated and enlightened Nigerians on their political right: Most Nigerians were not aware of their political right and freedom, but through the help of Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe as one of the Nigerian nationalists, he enlightened them on their political rights.
 

(2a)
Responsible parenthood is the act or process of effective discharge of duties and obligations of upbringing/rearing of children/wards by parents or guardians.

(2b)
(i) Education: Education is the right of every child. It is one of the responsibility of parents to their children. Education is power, and giving a child a quality education is the greatest gift every parents can give to their children.

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(ii) Good Home Training: This covers wide range of character moulding, attitudinal shaping and inculcating of moral ethical and societal value to the children, home/family as the agent of socialization has to inculcate love, respect, friendliness, hospitality as well as national ethnic of discipline to the children.

(iii) Respecting The Child’s Feeling: Some parents have an attitude of talking about their children, especially their unpleasant habits, in front of others.

(iv) Providing For The Household: The parents ought to or suppose to provide shelter, food, cloth, medical care, spiritual care, education and social needs for their family.

(v) Caring: Caring is been kind, helpful and showing that you care about other people. So parents should look after and care for their household in providing what their children needs for their health and protections.

(vi) Building Positive Concept In Your Children: It is the role or duty of responsible parents to build self esteem in their children. 

 (5a)
Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of people through force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit

(5b)
(Pick Any THREE)
(i) Physical and emotional abuse
(ii) Threats
(iii) Deception
(iv) Abduction

(5c)
(i) Mental trauma: Victims of human trafficking can experience devastating psychological effects during and after their trafficking experience. Many survivors may end up experiencing post-traumatic stress, difficulty in relationships, depression, memory loss, anxiety, fear, guilt, shame, and other severe forms of mental trauma.

(ii) Physical trauma: Many victims also experience physical injuries. Those who have been sexually exploited are often abused by their traffickers and customers. They may be raped, beaten, and subjected to abuse over a long period of time. There is also a higher risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases, infections, diabetes, cancer, and other illnesses.

(iii) Exploitation and deprivation: The process and act of trafficking usually lead to exploitation of those trafficked. In most cases a large proportion of financial benefits derived from the act is taken by the financiers and agents.

(iv) Insecurity: The operations of organised criminal groups, whose illicit activities often extend beyond trafficking, can have serious implications for national security.
 

(7a)
Government is the political system by which a country or a community is administered and regulated

(7a)
(i) Protection of the natural rights: The primary functions of government are to protect the basic human rights which include right to life, liberty and to possess property.

(ii) Defence against external enemies: War across nations has been a constant condition since the beginning of civilization. According to the federal laws and constitution, the government has a responsibility to ensure peace within its borders.

(iii) Management of economic conditions: The modern government has a duty to fight poverty and improve the quality of life of its citizens. In order to achieve this, the government must create a conducive environment for material prosperity and economic growth.

(iv) Redistribution of income and resources: Governments should ensure economic pie grows larger to redistribute fruits of prosperity. The government does this by taxing wealthier people and transferring the income to different categories of people who are in need of these services.

(v) Provision of public or utility goods: Among the many functions of government is to provide public goods. In most cases, these are services that the private sector cannot provide or they can provide in an unfair or inefficient manner.

(vi) Prevention of any externality: An externality is an indirect cost or benefit occurring from an activity that impacts your society. In most cases, externalities affect people who are not participants in an event or activity. The impact can either be negative or positive. The government strives to prevent them via zoning state laws.


B. 2021 WAEC GCE CIVIC EDUCATION OBJECTIVES (OBJ) ANSWERS | 17TH NOVEMBER, 2021

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