2017 WAEC GCE Government Questions & Answers for Theory and Objective Released.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) General Certificate Examination (GCE) for Nov/Dec 2017 Government paper will hold on Tuesday, 19th September.
The Waec govt exam is for Paper 2 & 1: Essay & Objective which will commence from 2.00pm and end by 5.00pm.
In this post, we will be posting out samples of the waec govt questions for candidates that will participate in the examination.
Note that below is the questions from waec past questions and answers that we feel are likely questions for GCE preparation.
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Some frequently ask questions / definitions;
- Manifesto: If a political party has a good manifesto this may produce overwhelming support for the party at election.
- Organisation: well planned organisational structure can produce better chances for a party at electrons.
- Unity: this can help to brighten the chances of the party at election.
Spread of membership: Above all a political party has more chances of victory at polls of followership cut across the society.
- Adequate funding: A party with enough found can organize the best of campaigns and rallies by engaging the service of an advertising agency for a well produced party.
Note: There is nothing like Waec Government Expo online. Waec gce candidates are to desist from patronizing online fraudsters / vendors who says they can provide such services as they are not real.
About Commonwealth; One of the problems facing common wealth is the fact that its member-nations belong to many different other organisations which make them to have divided interest and loyalty to common wealth.
Many member-nations of the common wealth as a result of the fact that the head of the organisation is not elected do not recognize and respect the head of the organisation. Member-nations’ military personnel are no longer exclusively trained in british military institutions.
The common wealth has no charter like U.N.O and O.A.U and therefore,therefore,there are no formal rules governing it.
South Africa’s apartheid policy is still a problem that is threatening to polarize member-nations of the common wealth.
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