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Question 1
A
enhancement of development 
B
Improvement of self dignity 
C
reduction of social vices 
D
relegation of morality 
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Importance of Values in Society:

Help to progress;Individual values help individuals to move toward perfection or as close as they can be to it. It is important that people constantly move forward in their lives. In this way it is possible that productivity is feasible and that achievements can be realized.

Expand the identity of a society and culture; Values have many social functions. Those values that derive from common experience unite families, tribes, societies and nations.When values are implemented, societal standards can be maintained. Values are the fabric that creates culture; If people lie, cheat and steal, the culture of society will not be healthy.

Change human behavior;The behavior of people can be changed through a system of values. Thanks to this, it is possible for people to change their behavior for the better. Values are an effective way of correcting and reforming negative behaviors in individuals and in a society.

Facilitate socialization; Values are transferred and transmitted to children during their primary and secondary socialization. It is quite complicated to make an adult learn new values, that is why they are instilled in children.


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D
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Question 2
A
tolerance 
B
justice 
C
compromise 
D
liberty 
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Honestycan be defined as the act of being truthful to yourself,others and being straightforward in whatever we do.Honestyrefers to a facet of moral character and connotes positive and virtuousattributessuch as integrity, truthfulness, and straightforwardness, including straightforwardness of conduct.

A more complete definition ofhonestyshows that anhonestperson doesn't do things that are morally wrong. If something you do is breaking the law or if you have to hide what you are doing because you'll get in trouble, you are probably not beinghonest. Sohonestyis about speaking and acting truthfully.


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B
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Question 3
A
ability to show hospitality 
B
state or quality of being brave 
C
tendency to fight 
D
ability to behave in a controlled manner 
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Discipline;The practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience.


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D
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Question 4
A
The country owes you no obligation as a citizen 
B
citizens have both constitutional rights and obligation 
C
fundamental rights are to be safeguarded by the citizens 
D
service and reward does not go together 
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The qoute mean that, citizens shouldnot onlythink about how the country can help them achieve their full potential or improve their lives. Instead, citizens should be an active member of society and help improve the country. The quote also speaks against waiting on someone else to come and do something for you, but rather for one to do what you can to make your own situation better, which helps our country progress.


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B
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Question 5
A
discouraging corrupt practices 
B
exploiting the environment for the betterment of the people 
C
contributing to the development of the society 
D
showing indifference to national issues 
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Indifference is a major problem in our society today. Indifference in this case is a state oflack of interest, concern, or sympathy towards national issues. If we want to be responsible for the changes that we would like to see in our communities, indifference and inaction can greatly thwart that duty and should be avoided.


Correct Option:
D
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Question 6
A
political participation 
B
political culture 
C
self determination 
D
duties and obligation 
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TheDutiesandobligations;is something that acitizenis required to do, by law. Examples ofduties/obligationsare: obeying laws, paying taxes, defending the nation and serving on juries.


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D
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Question 7
A
center for human rights and development 
B
human rights watch 
C
legal aid council 
D
human rights monitor 
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center for human rights and development -was founded in 199 to promote human rights and curtail human right abuse.


Correct Option:
A
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Question 8
A
Economic Communities of West African states (ECOWAS) 
B
United Nations Organisation (UNO) 
C
African Union (AU) 
D
European Union (EU) 
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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a historic document that was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at its third session on 10 December 1948 as Resolution 217 at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris, France.


Correct Option:
B
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Question 9
A
knowledge acquisition 
B
judicial independence 
C
press censorship 
D
improved standard of living 
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The independence of the Judicialserves as asafeguardfor therightsand privileges provided by a constitution and prevents the executive and legislative encroachment upon thoserights. this invariablyserves as a foundation for the rule of law and democracy.


Correct Option:
B
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Question 10
A
orderliness 
B
transparency 
C
honesty 
D
humility 
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Orderlinessis associated with other qualities such as cleanliness and diligence, and the desire for order and symmetry. It is generally considered to be a desirable quality. Obeying a queue in public places brings about orderliness.


Correct Option:
A
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