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These questions and answers are compilations of exams papers taken in the past at Spiritan University. They are a collection of Spiritan University Direct Entry exams past questions of all time since the inception of the university.
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About the Past Questions
This study material provides a collection of questions and answers provided for all courses of the Spiritan University, taken since the beginning of her direct entry exams. The study pack comes with four subject selected for each course of study. For example, if your course of study is ACCOUNTING, then the subject combinations in the past questions will be Mathematics, Economics, English and Government (or any other, one social science subject apart from government).
Read the following passage and answer question
‘You all know how friendly we are with Okperi. Do you think that any Umuaro man who goes to prison there will come back alive? But that apart, do you forget that this is the moon of planting? Do you want to grow this year’s crops in the prison house in a land where your fathers owe a cow? I speak as your elder brother. I have travelled in Olu and I have travelled in Igbo, and I can tell you that there is no escape from the white man. He has come.
When suffering knocks at your door and you say there is no seat left for him, he tells you not to worry because he has brought his own stool. The white man is like that. Before any of you here was old enough to tie a cloth between the legs I saw with my own eyes what the white did to Abame. Then I knew there was no escape. As daylight chases away darkness so will the white man drive away all our customs. I know that as I say it now it passes by yours ears, but it will happen. The white man has power which comes from the true God and it burns like fire. This is the God about Whom we every eighth day… Unachukwu’s opponents were now shouting that this was a meeting of an age group, that they had not assembled to join with him in chewing the seed of foolishness which they called their new religion.
‘We are talking about the white man’s road’, said a voice above the others.
‘Yes, we are talking about the white man’s road, the roof and walls of a house falling, the ceiling is not left standing. The white man, the new religion, the soldiers, the new road – they are all part of the same thing. The white man has a gun, a machete, a bow and carries fire in his mouth. He does not fight with one weapon alone. (Taken from Chinua Achebe’s Arrow of God)
1. ‘There is no escape from the white man’ in the passage means that the
(A) white man will send the people to prison
(B) white man can kill all the people with his gun
(C) people are only trying to run away from the white man
(D) people must accept the white man.
2. Unachukwu’s speech in this passage shows that
(A) is a coward
(B) wants his people
(C) loves the white man
(D) is wise with experience