PLIJ - History

We the six FRATERS sat at the middle of Auchi Polytechnic hostel field in the year 1991/92 to take an oath and named our great fraternity 'Juris' National Association of Grand Lords.

Our aims at the time was to fight injustice (intimidation, victimization, oppression, corruption etc.)

The fraters are:

      Julius Enade
      Steve Oke
      Late Albert Ewvierhurhu
      Anthony Erute
      Chief Jude Ogaga Ughwujabo
      Nelson Ibi

The then National Association of Grand Lords carries out its fundamental duties based on the ideas of the SIX FRATERS.

They were all undergraduates at the time, but were enboldened with the natural law of nature which is absolute freedom for all humanity. Today it has metamorphosed into the registered association which is Patriotic Lords Initiative for Justice - PLIJ.

We have members across the World as it is our desire to speak against Inequality, Injustice and Unfairness.

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Equity

Fairness and impartiality towards all concerned, based on the principles of evenhanded dealing. Equity implies giving as much advantage, consideration, or latitude to one party as it is given to another.

Equity refers to the qualities of justness, fairness, impartiality and even handedness, while equality is about equal sharing and exact division.

Justice

the quality of being just; righteousness, equitableness, or moral rightness. It is not fairness as it may be used interchangeably in many concept.

The process or result of using laws to fairly judge and punish crimes and criminals — justice in a sentence.

Fairness

Fairness is the quality of making judgments that are free from discrimination. Judges, umpires, and teachers should all strive to practice fairness.

It can also be defined as just and reasonable treatment in accordance with accepted rules or principles.

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