Uniport GES 103 – This post is majorly for all the students that want to fill UNIPORT GES 103 – Nigerian Peoples and Culture Workbook. This article will help you to confirm the answers you wish to select or you’ve selected. Also, guidelines on how you will write your GES 103 exams and possible questions you will see are also stated. GES 103 has been initiated as a compulsory course by NUC to all departments in the University of Port Harcourt and even to other schools at large. It is a course where you are been taught Nigerian Culture. This is where students who may not major in Sociology are opportune to have knowledge of it. It is indeed a cultural heritage. Uniport does not play with GES courses as it is very compulsory that all students must pass it before graduating from the University.
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The GES 103 part I is typically done to assist students in answering the questions from Unit One to Unit Two. If you’ve answered yours and want to confirm if what you’ve done is correct, you can easily check the answers below. If you’ve not answered any, you can still use this as a guideline to answer yours. But in all, we advise you read the Textbook so that you can confirm the answers provided.
- Abia state, Ebonyi state, Imo state, Enugu state etc.
- An ethnic group means people of the same race or nationality who share a distinct culture
- (a) There are three geopolitical regions in Southern Nigeria, which include; South-East, South-South and South-West
(b) Ogun state, Ondo state, Oyo state etc
- No, the Benin migrated from Egypt as a result of war and economic crisis
- Ikwerre people are known and identified traditionally as Iwhnereoha
- “Akwereulem” is Ikwerre meaning for acceptance
- Dekema to Degema
Ibani to Bonny
Igoni to Ogoni
Wakirike to Okrika
- Akpor, Aluu, Iguruta, Emuoha, Isiokpo
- Political organization of traditional pre-colonial Ijaw societies was generally republican in nature
- The Ijaw societies were organized on two levels of pre-colonial administration namely (a) Village level known as Amah [b] Clan level known as Ibe
- (a) The word Ijaw means people who live on water, swamp or coastal areas
(b) the Ijaw ethnic group consist of 50 (fifty) affiliated clans based on kinship lines etc.
- The Yorubas descended from the abode of the supreme being named Eledumare
- In Yoruba tradition the name of given to God of the sky is Olorun
- The first place the Oye landed is called Oke Oramfe and is situated in Ile Ife
- Nigeria is a political state founded by the British in the year 1914 through a decree of amalgamation
- a)1960 is memorable in Nigeria because of its Independence Celebration
(b) We can find 36 (Thirty-six (36) states
(c) Oduduwa was the founder of Yoruba nation
- culture is ideas, customs and social behavour of a particular people or society in other words their way of life
- Cultural zone is a construct of behavioural uniformities, that takes place within an area of environmental uniformities
- Cultural heritage as defined by Wikipedia, is the legacy of physical artifacts and intangible attributes of a group or society that are inherited from previous generations maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations.
- The two types of culture include; Material/Tangible culture and Non material/Intangible culture
- The Fulani has no country of their own. They are spread among Western and Central Sudanese people
- The other name for the chief or lineage head in Fulani is Ardo
- LAMIDO is the typology leader in the Pastoral Fulani and socio-political structure
- The main problem facing the Pastoral Fulani is Drought which reduces their water supply and pastures and diseases that may strike the herds
- Sharo in Fulani means public flogging in which suitors are expected not to show any sign of pain
- Cattle are used on the article of bride price payments while prestige cattle features in rituals and ceremonies
- The snake, locally called Sarki occupy the city’s water source and allow them fetch from same well only once a week
- Hausa people speak the Hausa language that belongs to the Chadic language group
- The other name in Hausa tradition that Gods ordained education is Karatun Allah
- Traditional education systems in Hausa states were largely informal
- The chiefs of the market in Hausa tradition is Katsina and Daura
- The chief war protected the states from invasion by Songhai and Ghana
- The staple food crop of the KANURI NATIVES is millet
- Hausa traditionally dress in their large flowing gown called Baba riga
- Abaya is the name for dress/cloth worn by traditional Women of Hausa’s natives
- “Akombo” and “Tsav” are main religious practices in TIV
- Rice is the staple food for people of Nupe
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