Recently updated on August 29th, 2022 at 04:46 pm
This compilation attempts to provide a reliable guide on how to promote and value the principles of justice and equity as a Nigerian through the recommendation of several relevant songs and their associated excellent messages therein.
“If you have one law for the rich, one law for the mighty and one law for the low, it will not work.” – Justice Chukwudifu Oputa
Guide On How To Promote Justice And Equity As A Nigerian (Songs)
African China: Mr. President
African China: Crisis
Sound Sultan: Mathematics
Yemi Alade: Criminal in Agbada (CIA)
Sound Sultan (Featuring 2face Idibia): Bushmeat
Nneka: Niger Delta
*This compilation [Guide On How To Promote Justice And Equity As A Nigerian (Songs)] was first written and compiled by Chioma Ezeigbo on June 14, 2020 – without interference or sponsorship by the featured singers.
Updates: Ujunwa Mary Echibe and Toju Micheal Ogbe.
Last updated: July 7, 2022.
*The research compilation is open for/to suggestion, donation, sponsorship, collaboration or partnership (+23490645032929).
Other Nigerian songs include:
- Nigerian Guide For Peace
- Nigerian Guide For Wisdom
- Nigerian Guide For Birthdays
- Nigerian Guide On Good Health
- Nigerian Guide On Marriage And Romance
- Guide On How To Be Patriotic As A Nigerian
- Guide On How To Be Humane As A Nigerian
- Nigerian Guide On The Importance Of Work
- Guide On How To Be A Good Nigerian Leader
- Nigerian Guide On How To Appreciate Fathers
- Nigerian Guide On How To Appreciate Mothers
- How To Guide And Value Children As Nigerians
- Nigerian Guide On How To Make And Value Money
- Guide On How To Promote Justice And Equity As A Nigerian