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The saying ''ask for what you can do for your own country and not what...

WAEC 2018

The saying ''ask for what you can do for your own country and not what your country can do for you'' denotes that

  • 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
Correct Answer: Option B
Explanation

The qoute mean that, citizens should not only think 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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