1. Social Control: The knowledge, application and observation of rights by citizens help to promote social control. This enables citizens of a country to live freely and happily without any form of discrimination. The full observation of citizens’ rights fosters a well-organized and orderly society.
2. Discipline: Strict application and observation of citizens’ rights help to ensure that people learn to behave well. Obedience to citizens’ rights promotes discipline where people respect and obey rules and regulations.
3. Peace: Peace triumphs where citizens’ rights are strictly applied and observed by both government and individuals. Also, when citizens discharge their civic obligations, it brings about good human relationships, which promote peace, harmony, progress and development.
4. Due Process: Strict application and observation of citizens’ rights help to ensure that things are done in an orderly manner following laid down rules and regulations. The due process encourages equal opportunity and citizens who know their rights follow the right and proper ways of doing things in society; they do not cut corners.
5. Right Attitude: When citizens know their rights, it helps to enhance their behavioural pattern and as such promotes the right attitude to work and relationship with one another.