ACCEPTANCE SPEECH BY GRAND LORD IYOBOSA OSHODIN - World Lord Jurist.
I bring you greetings from the office of the WLJ, i want to sincerely appreciate all of us for the roles and contributions we have all made for the growth of PLIJ till date, a new dawn has commenced and I believe it is going to usher in all our expectations viz a viz the growth and development of our dear fraternity.
To whom much is given much is expected, and based on this i would love to succinctly shed some highlights on some of the developmental projects we intend putting in motion to fruition in the nearest possible time which are enumerated below as follows:
WORKING DOCUMENT / CONSTITUTION:
This is one of the most important area that we will look into, all the lacuna and some grey areas in the constitution will be totally reviewed and also the bye laws that will guide each state members of PLIJ will also be considered. In achieving this a committee will be set up to facilitate the review process pragmatically which will enable us initiate a banking relations with our desired financial services provider and institutions.
It is of importance to have a National secretariat as enshrined in our Constitution, a committee will be set up to initiate to a logical conclusion the logistics in actualising our edifying secretariat.
Despite resource challenges and constrain of time on major project execution, committees shall be mandated the responsibilities to roll out detailed programme and schedule with project time frames for the objectivity of the association. Expanding our frontiers and really making our global fraternity synchronized, regions will be given hosting rights of their conventions, we shall commence our test run flagship sometime early next year in Europe precisely Italy with the esteemed privilege. The regional council will be in collaborative partnership in support with host country. And later in Summer next year the Asian regional council will be raking up the hosting right as others follow. In December next year God willing our prestigious world wide convention will hold, where brothers around the globe and in Nigeria will gather to witness the greatest events of our time. We look forward with great anticipation
As we are all presently aware of the budgetary/financial challenges our treasury status may seem, though inherited, never the less we are not deterred by it but we shall solicit for support and also create enterprising avenues where we can " the miraculous". This will enable us in planning for the future and also serve as a start up capital for the association.
Our strength as a brotherhood will never completely flourish until we use our numerical strength and financial power individually and collectively as a society to place our brothers in strategic political offices of power and governance in our society. We have an array of eminent illustrious and articulate lords with charismatic and sterling qualities who can serve in various capacities in political corridor of power such as the Presidency, the Senate House of Reps and various State House of Assembly and the likes dexterously.
Finally as we embark on our 10/10 I wish to advise all of us to be law abiding Patriots and ambassadors. As Peace is our way of life and also our watch word in PLIJ.
I want to congratulate all of us for witnessing another day of balancing the scales. Thanks and God bless.
I remain ALPHA1
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.