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    1a)
    Communalism refers to a system that integrates communal ownershipand federationsof highly localised independent communities.
    1b)
    i)There is collective ownership of the resources.
    ii)There is the opportunity for individuals to participate in community development.
    iii)Absence of division of class.
    iv)There is opportunity for individuals to participate in decision making.

    2a)
    Presidential System of Government is one in which there is an executive President, that is, someone vested with all executive powers and who combines the office of head of state and head of government.
    2b)
    i)In Presidential System of Government, the President is both the head of state and head of government, and exercises real executive powers.
    ii)The President and legislators remain in office for a fixed term.
    iii)The President is not chosen by the legislature, but is elected by the electorate directly, or indirectly through an electoral college.
    iv)The principle of collective responsibility, which obtains in a cabinet system of government does not apply in a Presidential System of Government.

    6)
    i)Regulating trade by fixing price for essential commodities
    ii)Deciding on days for religious ceremonies and carrying them out
    iii)Trying offenders and ensuring that the punishment imposed on them are carried out
    iv)Organising age groups and assigning duties to them
    v)Negotiating peace with neighbours as well as planning for and engaging in war

    (7)
    (i) Evil practices thrived: Most of the traditional rulers were involved in evil practices and the system does not prosecute them for necessary punishment
    (ii) It excluded educated Nigerians: The educated Nigerians were excluded from taking part in the colonial administration instead they made use of illitrates
    (iii) Development was retarded: Indirect rule was an instrument in maintainning status quo than of development.progress and development were relatively very low especially in the northern part of the country
    (iv) Appointment of warrant chiefs: The traditional institutions of the people were neglected and colonial authority appoint warrant chiefs that merely represented the interest of those that appointed them
    (v) Monopoly: The colonial authority monopolised the right to appoint and depose traditional rulers and chiefs without people's consent

    10)

    - *New Image for Africa* :
    The African Union has become the voice of the African continent on the global level. Many times, the United Nations and the European Union just decide to follow the position of the African Union on African problems.



    - *Improved relations with the industrialized world* :
    Through New Partnership for African Development, the African Union has been able to create a better relationship between the world’s industrialized nations and Africa.



    - *Continental Peace
    The African Union has achieved a certain level of peace and security on the African continent. For example a 7000-man African Union peace-keeping force was formed and sent into Dafur to maintain peace. The African union also successfully mediated in the conflict that erupted in Cote d’lvore and that country is now enjoying relative peace.



    - *Ensuring credible elections:
    The African Union has been monitoring elections in various parts of the continent. This has helped to ensure credible elections and the installation of legitimate governments in many member states. For example, in Madagascar, the AU refused to recognize Marc Revalonmanana in a disputed presidential election in that country. This was because Didier Ratsiraka, the former president had also claimed that had also won that very election. The A.U. called for a fresh election which eventually led to the victory of Marc Revalonmanana.




    - *Gender balance :
    The African Union elected a woman as the first President of the African Union’s parliament. This is seen as recognition of the need for gender balance in appointments within the African Union.



    - *Welfare of African Children :
    The African Union has done a lot to protect the rights and welfare of Africa children. It has instituted the Day of the African Child to project the rights and interests of children. This Day of the African Child is held every 21st June. The Union has been sponsoring programmes for school children in selected member states.



    - *Reduction in military intervention* :
    Hitherto, there had been military adventures on the African continent, disrupting the march of the continent toward democracy. The African Union has been able to dampen the resort to military coups on the continent, bringing a measure of stability onto the political scene. The Constitutive Act of the AU frowns upon coups.

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    6a)
    The old business tycoon decided to leave the business
    because he had two heart surgeries
    6b)
    He could have choosen to select the next CEO fro his
    children or directors
    6c)
    The purpose of the post was to test the honesty and
    courage of the young executives
    6d)
    Jim's reaction was rather pitiful as he was ashamed that
    his plant did not grow
    6e)
    Jim's wife helped him to get promoted
    6f)
    What was ironical was that the owner of the plantless pot
    was promoted
    6g)
    i)Personification
    ii)It means that it was done to him
    6h)
    i)Adverbial clause
    ii)It modifies the verb "asked"
    6i)
    i)Shocked-amazed
    ii)Sprout-Germinate
    iii)Shyly-timidly
    iv)Colleagues-mate
    v)Humiliation-embarassment
    vi)Courageous-bold
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    6a)
    The old business tycoon decided to leave the business
    because he had two heart surgeries
    6b)
    He could have choosen to select the next CEO fro his
    children or directors
    6c)
    The purpose of the post was to test the honesty and
    courage of the young executives
    6d)
    Jim's reaction was rather pitiful as he was ashamed that
    his plant did not grow
    6e)
    Jim's wife helped him to get promoted
    6f)
    What was ironical was that the owner of the plantless pot
    was promoted
    6g)
    i)Personification
    ii)It means that it was done to him
    6h)
    i)Adverbial clause
    ii)It modifies the verb "asked"
    6i)
    i)Shocked-amazed
    ii)Sprout-Germinate
    iii)Shyly-timidly
    iv)Colleagues-mate
    v)Humiliation-embarassment
    vi)Courageous-bold
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    7ai)
    theskin is smooth when one sleeps well
    7aii)
    under eye circles may be banished when one sleep well
    7aiii)
    the hair and the nails grow well when one sleeps well
    7bi)
    A medical disorder may lead to lack of sleep-Insomnia
    7bii)
    long working hours and stressful work experience can also cause bad sleep
    6a)
    The old business tycoon decided to leave the business
    because he had two heart surgeries
    6b)
    Hecould have choosen to select the next CEO fro his
    children or directors
    6c)
    The purpose of the post was to test the honesty and
    courage of the young executives
    6d)
    Jim's reaction was rather pitiful as he was ashamed that
    his plant did not grow
    6e)
    Jim's wife helped him to get promoted
    6f)
    What was ironical was that the owner of the plantless pot
    was promoted
    6g)
    i)Personification
    ii)It means that it was done to him
    6h)
    i)Adverbial clause
    ii)It modifies the verb "asked"
    6i)
    i)Shocked-amazed
    ii)Sprout-Germinate
    iii)Shyly-timidly
    iv)Colleagues-mate
    v)Humiliation-embarassment
    vi)Courageous-bold
    5)
    Once there lived a milkmaid in a small old town. Everyday early in the morning she milked the cow and sold the milk in the market. One day the milkmaid was going on her way to sell the milk.
    She carried a pail on her head which was full of fresh milk. ''Today the cow has given more milk than she normally does, how good it will be if she gives some more milk everyday.
    That means I will get some extra money everyday.'' The milkmaid muttered happily.''With that money I will buy some hens. I will take a good care of the hens. The hens will lay eggs and when the eggs will hatch, healthy chickens will come out from those eggs.'' The young milkmaid couldn't stop thinking.'' When they grow up I will sell those chickens in the market at a good price and with that money I will buy more hens. More hens means more chickens and more money.Oh! I will become so rich.The milkmaid continued making plans. ''I am young and beautiful and now I will become rich too. Every handsome young man of the town will want to marry me but I will say yes to the man that I like the most, she nodded her head to say yes, and as she moved her head the pail of milk fell down and broke and the milk flowed away. Poor milkmaid, she shouldn't have counted her chickens before hatching.
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    CRS ANSWERS
    1a. In the second creation accounts, God created a garden in the midst of Eden. He use dew to water its garden since forth their was no man to till the ground. He then made four river which separate the whole garden into diffraction such as Pishon, Gihon, Tigris and Euphrate. God thought it fits to make man in his own image and likeness. He mold a mud and created man. He breathe into the nostrils of Adam and he became a living soul.
    Adam was alone in the garden, and God decided to make a partner who will live will him. He cause him to sleep and took one of his ribs which he use to create Even. When Adam woke up, he saw the woman and call her Eve which means Woman. And God instruct them to name all the living creatures and let them be fruitful and multiple.
    1b
    - God made Eve to be a helpmate to Adam
    - To reproduce and multiple
    - To born the Messiah (Jesus)
    - For the woman to become one flesh with the man.
    1C
    - To name everything God had created
    - To have dominion's over every thing on earth.
    ===========================
    (2a) giving them freedom and a new nation. Jesus delivered all humanity from sin and death, giving us freedom and founding the church the body of Christ. Moses was in the wilderness for 40 years, working as a shepherd, before God called him back to Egypt to deliver his people. Jesus, the Chief Shepherd of our souls, fasted 40 days and 40 nights before beginning his ministry.
    (2b)
    - To choose to identify with others
    -To identify with the Jews, oppressed and downtrodden, when all the power of Pharaoh's palace is yours for the taking, requires tremendous humility.
    -Recognize that everyone has something to contribute. Listen to the ideas of your coworkers.
    -It 's not about self- promotion. It's about helping others. It's about teaching others. It's about helping others achieve their potential. It's about the mission.
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    (4a)
    This story relates how Hosea has three children, a son
    called Jezreel, a daughter Lo-Ruhamah and another son
    Lo-Ammi. All the names are described in the text as
    having symbolic meaning, reflecting the relationship
    between God and Israel . Jezreel is named after the valley
    of that name . Lo-Ruhamah is named to denote the ruined
    condition of the kingdom of Israel and Lo-Ammi is named
    in token of God's rejection of his people. Although the
    latter two children are not specifically said to be Hosea's,
    James Mays says that this is "hardly an implication" of
    Gomer's adultery. In 3:1, however, it says that she is
    "loved by another man and is an adulteress". Hosea
    is told to buy her back, and he does so for 15 shekels and
    a quantity of barley. Exodus 21:32 establishes the value of
    a maidservant at 30 shekels so Gomer's value is
    diminished. She is not mentioned again in the book.
    Some analysts, following Felix Ernst Peiser, have
    suggested that this marriage is really a figurative or
    prophetic reference to a union between the " lost tribes of
    Israel " with the people of Gomer, following the Assyrian
    deportation.
    The relationship between Hosea and Gomer has been
    posited to be a parallel to the relationship between God
    and Israel. Even though Gomer runs away from Hosea
    and sleeps with another man, he loves her anyway and
    forgives her. Likewise, even though the people of Israel
    worshiped other gods, God continued to love them and
    did not abandon his covenant with them.
    According to Kirsten Abbott, feminist interpretation
    regards the story of Hosea and his relations with his wife
    Gomer as a metaphor for the conflict between a Covenant
    Theology (Israel violating the covenant relationship with
    YHWH) and a Creation Theology (YHWH will undo the
    fertility of the earth in response to Israel following other
    fertility gods).
    (4b)
    I-Love
    II-Faithfulness
    III-Fidelity
    (5a) All three synoptic gospels record that Jesus was tempted after His baptism and before He began His ministry. The account in Mark is very brief (Mark 1:12). Matthew and Luke give fuller
    8a)
    James taught that if anybody lacks wisdom, that person must ask God who gives it generously without reproaching. James taught that whoever asked from God must ask in faith, not doubting because a person who doubts is like the wave of the sea, that is, driven and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord.James also taught that if anyone was suffering, that person should pray and if any was cheerful that person should sing praises.
    He said if any was sick, that person should call the elders of the church to pray over him, to anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord and the prayer of faith would save him. He said the Lord will raise the person up and if he or she had committed any sins, the Lord will forgive the sin. James told the members to confess their sins to one another and pray for them to be healed. James taught that the prayers of a righteous man has power and is effective. For example, he said the Prophet Elijah was a righteous man whose prayers were effective. He said Elijah was a man just like men of today but he prayed that the rains hould cease for three years six months and it was so. When he prayed again for rain, it came pouring on the earth, bring back life.
    8b)
    i)By praying without ceasing.
    ii)By praying with humility.
    iii)By praying with faith.
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    1a. In the second creation accounts, God created a garden in the midst of Eden. He use dew to water its garden since forth their was no man to till the ground. He then made four river which separate the whole garden into diffraction such as Pishon, Gihon, Tigris and Euphrate. God thought it fits to make man in his own image and likeness. He mold a mud and created man. He breathe into the nostrils of Adam and he became a living soul.
    Adam was alone in the garden, and God decided to make a partner who will live will him. He cause him to sleep and took one of his ribs which he use to create Even. When Adam woke up, he saw the woman and call her Eve which means Woman. And God instruct them to name all the living creatures and let them be fruitful and multiple.
    1b
    - God made Eve to be a helpmate to Adam
    - To reproduce and multiple
    - To born the Messiah (Jesus)
    - For the woman to become one flesh with the man.
    1C
    - To name everything God had created
    - To have dominion's over every thing on earth.
    ===========================
    (2a) giving them freedom and a new nation. Jesus delivered all humanity from sin and death, giving us freedom and founding the church the body of Christ. Moses was in the wilderness for 40 years, working as a shepherd, before God called him back to Egypt to deliver his people. Jesus, the Chief Shepherd of our souls, fasted 40 days and 40 nights before beginning his ministry.
    (2b)
    - To choose to identify with others
    -To identify with the Jews, oppressed and downtrodden, when all the power of Pharaoh's palace is yours for the taking, requires tremendous humility.
    -Recognize that everyone has something to contribute. Listen to the ideas of your coworkers.
    -It 's not about self- promotion. It's about helping others. It's about teaching others. It's about helping others achieve their potential. It's about the mission.
    =============== ==========

    (4a)
    This story relates how Hosea has three children, a son
    called Jezreel, a daughter Lo-Ruhamah and another son
    Lo-Ammi. All the names are described in the text as
    having symbolic meaning, reflecting the relationship
    between God and Israel . Jezreel is named after the valley
    of that name . Lo-Ruhamah is named to denote the ruined
    condition of the kingdom of Israel and Lo-Ammi is named
    in token of God's rejection of his people. Although the
    latter two children are not specifically said to be Hosea's,
    James Mays says that this is "hardly an implication" of
    Gomer's adultery. In 3:1, however, it says that she is
    "loved by another man and is an adulteress". Hosea
    is told to buy her back, and he does so for 15 shekels and
    a quantity of barley. Exodus 21:32 establishes the value of
    a maidservant at 30 shekels so Gomer's value is
    diminished. She is not mentioned again in the book.
    Some analysts, following Felix Ernst Peiser, have
    suggested that this marriage is really a figurative or
    prophetic reference to a union between the " lost tribes of
    Israel " with the people of Gomer, following the Assyrian
    deportation.
    The relationship between Hosea and Gomer has been
    posited to be a parallel to the relationship between God
    and Israel. Even though Gomer runs away from Hosea
    and sleeps with another man, he loves her anyway and
    forgives her. Likewise, even though the people of Israel
    worshiped other gods, God continued to love them and
    did not abandon his covenant with them.
    According to Kirsten Abbott, feminist interpretation
    regards the story of Hosea and his relations with his wife
    Gomer as a metaphor for the conflict between a Covenant
    Theology (Israel violating the covenant relationship with
    YHWH) and a Creation Theology (YHWH will undo the
    fertility of the earth in response to Israel following other
    fertility gods).
    (4b)
    I-Love
    II-Faithfulness
    III-Fidelity


    6a)
    Jesus said to him, "I don't tell you until seven times, but, until seventy times seven. Therefore the Kingdom of Heaven is like a certain king, who wanted to reconcile accounts with his servants. When he had begun to reconcile, one was brought to him who owed himten thousand talents. But because he couldn't pay, his lord commanded him to be sold, with his wife, his children, and all that he had, and payment to be made. The servant therefore fell down and knelt before him, saying, 'Lord, have patience with me, and I will repay you all!' The lord of that servant, being moved with compassion, released him, and forgave him the debt.
    "But that servant went out, and found one of his fellow servants, who owed himone hundred denarii, and he grabbed him, and took him by the throat, saying, 'Pay me what you owe!'"So his fellow servant fell down at his feet and begged him, saying, 'Have patience with me, and I will repay you!' He would not, but went and cast him into prison, until he should pay back that which was due. So when his fellow servants saw what was done, they were exceedingly sorry, and came and told to their lord all that was done. Then his lord called him in, and said to him, 'You wicked servant! I forgave you all that debt, because you begged me. Shouldn't you also have had mercy on your fellow servant, even as I had mercy on you?' His lord was angry, and delivered him to the tormentors, until he should pay all that was due to him. So my heavenly Father will also do to you, if you don't each forgive your brother from your hearts for his misdeeds.
    6b)
    i)so that their sins may be forgiven in heaven
    ii)so that they may enter the kingdom of the lord Jesus christ
    iii)so that our prayer may be answers also


    8a)
    James taught that if anybody lacks wisdom, that person must ask God who gives it generously without reproaching. James taught that whoever asked from God must ask in faith, not doubting because a person who doubts is like the wave of the sea, that is, driven and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord.James also taught that if anyone was suffering, that person should pray and if any was cheerful that person should sing praises.
    He said if any was sick, that person should call the elders of the church to pray over him, to anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord and the prayer of faith would save him. He said the Lord will raise the person up and if he or she had committed any sins, the Lord will forgive the sin. James told the members to confess their sins to one another and pray for them to be healed. James taught that the prayers of a righteous man has power and is effective. For example, he said the Prophet Elijah was a righteous man whose prayers were effective. He said Elijah was a man just like men of today but he prayed that the rains hould cease for three years six months and it was so. When he prayed again for rain, it came pouring on the earth, bring back life.
    8b)
    i)By praying without ceasing.
    ii)By praying with humility.
    iii)By praying with faith.
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    English Language Paper III (Objective) 1hr 12.45 pm – 1.45 pm
    English Language Paper IV (Test of Orals) 45mins 2.10 pm – 2.55 pm
    Monday 20th Nov. History Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 3hrs 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Tuesday 21st Nov . Biology Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 30mins 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Wednesday 22nd Nov. Geography Paper III & I (Objective & Practical) 2hrs 30mins 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Thursday 23rd Nov. Financial Accounting Paper III (Objective) 1hr 20mins 2.00 pm – 3.20 pm
    Financial Accounting Paper II (Theory & Practice) 2hrs 30mins 3.20 pm – 5.50 pm
    Friday 24th Nov. Geography Paper II (Essay) 2hrs 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
    Monday 27th Nov. Agricultural Science Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 30mins 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
    Tuesday 28th Nov. Government Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 40mins 2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Wednesday 29th Nov. Hausa Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 3hrs 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Igbo Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 3hrs 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Yoruba Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 3hrs 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm
    Thursday 30th Nov. Store keeping Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 40mins 2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Marketing Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 40mins 2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Salesmanship Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 40mins 2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Friday 1st Dec. Physical Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm
    Saturday 2nd Dec. Further Mathematics Paper III (Objective) 2hrs 11.00 am – 1.00 pm
    Further Mathematics Paper II (Essay) 2hrs 30mins 1.30 pm – 4.00 pm
    Monday 4th Dec. French Paper I (Written Comprehension) 1hr 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
    French Paper II (Written Expression) 1hr 45mins 3.00 pm – 4.45 pm
    Tuesday 5th Dec. Commerce Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 40mins 2.00 pm – 4.40 pm
    Wednesday 6th Dec. Health Education Paper I (Test of Practical) 1hr 30mins 2.00 pm – 3.30pm
    Health Education Paper III & II (Objective & Essay) 2hrs 3.45 pm – 5.45 pm
    Thursday 7th Dec. Arabic Paper III (Objective) 1hr 30mins 2.00 pm – 3.30 pm
    Arabic Paper II (Essay & Literature) 2hrs 3.30 pm – 5.30 pm

    NOTE:
    i. Candidates should confirm the specific Venues for Oral French, Arabic and Stenography I & IV from NECO State Office where they are sitting for the
    ii. Candidates should come along with their Computers/Laptops for Stenography Paper I & IV to the specified
    iii. The Nigerian languages i.e. Hausa. Igbo and Yoruba include the Literature
    iv. Possession of GSM in Examination Hall is PROHIBITED.
    v. BLIND CANDIDATES ARE TO SIT FOR THE EXAMINATION IN THEIR RESPECTIVE NECO STATE OFFICES AND MAKE USE OF THE SUPPLIED BRAILLE
    vi. THE ALBINOS AND BLIND CANDIDATES ARE TO BE GIVEN 30 MINUTES EXTRA TIME ACROSS ALL PAPERS
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