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24 Oct
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has pardoned a former parliamentarian, lawyer, and key activist from the 2011 revolt who has been jailed for the past three years, officials said Monday.
29 Sep
A coalition of civil society organisations has lamented that the federal government forfeited N16.4 trillion of its revenue between 2020 and 2022 despite its huge fiscal deficit.
27 Feb 2022
Lagos State Commissioner for Establishments, Training and Pensions, Ajibola Ponle has called on stakeholders to complement efforts of government and its agencies in promoting social justice.
31 Jan 2022
The Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency (CESJET), has applauded the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice
13 Jan 2022
The name Abubakar Malami indeed ring a bell and resonates with different meanings to different people. But one thing is certain; he is a man with guts and one that is not afraid to put issues in proper perspective.
26 Sep 2021
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has been a veritable force for peace, unity and social justice.
3 Aug 2021
To build a sustainable and resilient economy, the need to organise and regulate work in ways that guarantee rights and promote well-being and social justice has been emphasised.
13 May 2021
Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has declared that Nigeria must remain united to overcome its challenges, and identified equity, social justice and fairness, as crucial to unity.
8 Oct 2020
Every human society, to be peaceful and progressive, must be just. Both Western and African ancient thoughts agree on this. The pioneer of Western thoughts, Socrates, once said that a society...
24 Sep 2020
The stability of the cosmos depends on Esu (Devil). Yet, he delights in mischief – Babatunde Lawal. Once upon a time in a pristine African society, life was absurd at its best. Human life was largely devoid of meaning. Few succeeded with difficulties; the majority did not and didn’t know why. Many laboured but in…
28 Jun 2020
NBA players could be allowed to wear jerseys bearing slogans supporting social justice causes or charities instead of their names when the league resumes next month
20 Jun 2020
Music and social justice have always been natural partners. Throughout history, music has mingled with social justice, as colourful tones, pulsating rhythms and meaningful lyrics

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9 mins ago
Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, has insisted the 2023 general elections will hold as scheduled.
19 mins ago
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), yesterday, announced there would be no sit-at-home directive during the presidential and National Assembly elections later this month.
39 mins ago
USAID-Breakthrough Action Nigeria has reiterated the need to use insecticide-treated net, saying it’s the only antidote to frequent malaria cases.
42 mins ago
Midwestern Oil and Gas Company Limited and Suntrust Oil have said there are no plans to stop their medical outreach to host communities in Delta State despite the setback caused by flood in state last year.
45 mins ago
Delta State Government, yesterday, set up a product monitoring team to monitor the distribution of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), known as petrol, to ensure availability of the product at appropriate pricing across the state.