Since the inception of this great organisation, we are committed to foster peace in our society where everyone is given equal opportunity irrespective of race, gender, social or religious inclination.

Are you interested in becoming a PLIJ? Please kindly look into our GUIDE Below:

  1. Candidate must be male and over 21 years of age before being eligible to join.
  2. Candidate must be gainfully employed, that is earning a salary enough to be a member of PLIJ without this being financially detrimental to your family.

Are there any fees involved?

Yes.   Current annual membership varies from PLIJ Year to Year which is largely to cover Seminar and Conventional plans Other amounts payable include a once-off initiation fee, which may include your first year of membership.

Donations to our Charitable causes are collected at meetings but the amount given is entirely voluntary. A small amount is also payable for refreshments at our meetings.

Should you be interested to join PLIJ please go to “Join” on the home page and complete the required details and we will keep in touch.

NOTE: Should you be unemployed or a student you are not eligible to join PLIJ yet.

PLIJ have no University or tertiary involvements. It has been made very clear that we are not secret society (Cult) but have laid-down requirements for membership.

New in-take is communicated via our States Chapters. PLIJ have maintained that Violence of all sort is prohibited and we endure the public to report via our webpage any member identified as a PLIJ member involved in any act of Injustice, Criminal or Cultic activity.

Our contact page is open to all, you can make contact to us via our contact form and you will be given any information you need.


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.


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 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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