The study unfolds political parties and political education in Nigeria with specific focus on Bayelsa state. The methodology used in the study is the survey method. The instrument for data collection was questionnaire. The method of data analysis was based on frequency distribution table expressed in simple percentage. The study adopted the structural – functional approach as it s theoretical framework. The study reveals that political parties have a role in political education, this is because, since the main aim of political parties is to control political power, it therefore becomes important for them to give political education to solicit for the electorates votes and to educate them in their civic responsibilities. The existence of political parties in any political system forms the bedrock of democracy in that society. However, this study shows that there is low level of political education in Bayelsa State due to the inability of political parties to educate the masses. This poses a major challenge to the political system. Consequently, the paper recommends that political parties should embark on massive political education. This should be anchored primarily on the grass root as a means of acquiring support from the masses.


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