Uche Tobias Unmasked (quack Murderer Doctor)

Oh lordy… dont really know what to say about this one. For at least two years the consensus of my identity was that I was the former Neo Black Movement OC Legal and disgraced fraudster (disgraced from within the NBM for stealing movement monies and outside it by been a 419 scammer…. funnily enough cooperating with none other than Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo) “Cosmas Atabor”. A conclusion reached by the most incompetent fools forming what was regarded by the NBM “a crack team of IT investigators” . 

Still to this day many members believe this to be the case. 

However of the positions I have held to date OC Legal of the Neo Black Movement is yet to be one of them.

Excitingly today I found another theory on nairaland. Am very happy to share it because it, yet again, is wide of the mark:

Uche Tobias Unmasked (quack Murderer Doctor)

It has always been a case of “nothing hidden under the sun that will not be one day revealed” the man behind the mask has finally be unveiled and will be beaten to his own game. A sour loser, who wants to force his selfish belief down the throat of responsible people. An who was actually rusticated for 9 years by the then VC university of Benin Prof. Alele Williams from medical school and later absconded to Germany and took up an illegal refugee status though we will not be dwelling on that knowing that the appropriate authorities will question such if the need be. As part of his desperate measures which has been a strong part of character also made him using all acts of deceit in luring a young german lady into marriage illegally using other lies about his profession as a doctor to gain acceptance by the German family who were doctors and as a result took him in.
Within dat period he lied and Practised in auxiliary status as a doctor whilst not qualified knowing that e was a rusticated student from university of Benin. He is a drunk and his drunken habit has made him a regular sleeper in bars and clubs until date. A known psychotic patient who ran a lot of porn sites on the Internet and other social network. .www.ukiri.com
His psychotic state explains the heinous and damaging propaganda he embarked on using one of the aliases of Uche Tobias against the movement. He was a high ranking officer in the movement and at the point that his desperate ideas and ideals which bothers the movement where not accepted he decided to go into blackmail and character defamation of those who oppose him. He can best be described as a
killer doctor whose certificate and brain has to be evaluated to be able to ascertain his mental state.
He has fraudulently gotten into the powers that be to administer treatment to them. Most of these innocent patients have been taken undue advantage of and some are not lucky to be alive to tell their stories. His incompetence has done so much damage and we are aware that more damage will be done if he is not stopped!
Already efforts have been geared towards verifying other facts and information in our possession in ensuring our next publication comes out with documents/photos/and complete names to validate our assertions.

Source: http://www.nairaland.com/2215107/uche-tobias-unmasked-quack-murderer

No Government Position For Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo

Delighted to announce (Though not yet confirmed by INEC) there will be no government position for Neo Black Movement/Black Axe NH Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo. Looks like only his family voted for him and possibly even not them all. Who can blame them……

Warri North
PDP – 40, 154
LP – 154
APC – 2, 723

Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo, 154 votes is a bit shitty as an understatement. Unlucky.

Your year is going to go from bad to worse my friend. Bad to worse.

The view of a Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo supporter….

Below is the view of a Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo suporter who it seems I have somewhat outraged.

The view here of the aptly named ‘Tit’:

FakeforWarri,
has any court found the Right Honorable Dr. Bemigho guilty of any offense?
why are you wasting the time of honest hardworking Nigerians because you lost out in the game of politics?
Why?

Here is my reply:

Tit, haha. I dont need to change your name to make you sound funny 🙂

Tit, how often do courts find cultists guilty of any offence? Very very rarely.

Why? Because the police are been paid by the cultists so they rarely end up in court. Then if by mistake they do the judge who’s job it is to find them guilty or not more often than not happens to be a cultist too. This is how evidence vanishes. How guilty men are declared innocent and how “the Right Honorable Dr. Bemigho” has never been found guilty of any offence.

If you dont think this happens and you think Nigeria is a corruption free society, with a corruption free judiciary, with a corruption free police service, with a corruption free government then you are either deluded for one or retarded or also probably a cultist too yourself. You tit.

Let me tell you something else.

“The Right Honorable Dr. Bemigho” is the head of an organisation prohibited under various state and federal laws. See the “SECRET CULTS/SOCIETIES AND SIMILAR ACTIVITIES (PROHIBITION) LAW” which lists his organisation as an illegal one. Interestingly it lists the organisation under it’s various names. Interestingly those names cannot be muttered here on nairaland.

Next let me tell you something further… you tit.

I “lost out in the game of politics”?. I have never once in my life engaged in politics as I state at the top of this article.

That is until now. This week will see my first victory in this game. This will be when “The Right Honorable Dr. Bemigho” falls flat on his face, crying to his Mummy with his tail between his legs because the word is out of who he really is. A cultist, one of those illegal banned ones. Nobody wants the head of illegal cult, a mafia boss, a scammer or a lying cretin to form any part of their government. “The Right Honorable Dr. Bemigho” ticks all of those boxes. He less deserves a place in the Warri House of Assembly and would be more deserving of a place in a house with no windows, locked doors and to be fed substandard foodstuffs like all criminals should be.

Dont let the fact he has not been convicted yet define him as been innocent. The laws of our land clearly define in black and white him as a criminal. His days of enjoying your “innocent” label are numbered. I will enjoy that day his legal status is officially redefined. Until then I will no less than relish this coming week the announcement he has not become a member of Warri House of Assembly.

Regards
Uche Tobias

Obafemi Awolowo University Massacre

I beefed up the ‘Obafemi Awolowo University Massacre’ wiki article on behalf of the NBM. I hope everyone likes it. 🙂

What led to the massacre

An account of what led to the massacre is given by Prof. Roger Makanjuola’s book “Water Must Flow Uphill (Adventures in University Administration)”. Prof. Roger Makanjuola, following the massacre, became Vice Chairman of the university and took an active role in both investigating and punishing those from the university involved in the murders.

Prof. Roger Makanjuola writes about an initial incident and it’s aftermath that occurred in the weeks before the murders: “On Saturday, 7 March 1999, a group of Black Axe members held a meeting in Ife town. After the meeting, they drove back to the campus. On the main road, Road 1, leading into the campus, they were overtaken by some students in another car. For whatever reason, they were enraged and gave chase to the students. The students, seeing them in pursuit, raced hastily to the car park outside Angola Hall and ran into the adjacent Awolowo Hall for safety. The Students’ Union, which had also received information that secret cult members were gathering in a house in the senior staff quarters, mobilised in response to the incident. Led by George Iwilade, the Secretary-General, a group of them drove to the house, officially occupied by Mr. F.M. Mekoma, and forced their way into the boys’ quarters. They found nine individuals inside, eight of them students of the University, with a submachine gun, a locally manufactured gun, an axe, a bayonet and the black clothing and regalia of the Black Axe cult. The University authorities were informed, and the members of the secret cult were handed over to the Police. They were held in police custody and taken to the Chief Magistrate’s Court where two weeks later they were granted bail.”

Prof. Roger Makanjuola documents and raises concerns over the way the matter was handled by both the police and court system who broke from protocol, common sense and destroyed evidence and how this led to the failure to be able to prosecute the Black Axe members involved in the incident. Prof. Roger Makanjuola writes: “The case was heard on 31 March, and to the utmost amazement of everyone, the Chief Magistrate discharged and acquitted the arrested individuals. The students who had apprehended the cult members were not called as witnesses. The investigating police officer, Corporal Femi Adewoye, claimed that the witnesses could not be located and actually stated in Court, “I tried to contact the complainants in this case, all to no avail. To date, there is no complainant in the case. Since all the accused persons denied the allegations against them and there is no complainant, there is no way the allegations can be proved.” This was the submission of the prosecuting police officer! Usually, in such cases, witness’ summons were served through the University Administration but this did not happen. The trial was concluded in two court appearances in eight days.

The Chief Magistrate also ordered that the submachine gun be sent to the police armourer and the other exhibits be destroyed, thus eliminating all the evidence, and making it impossible to re-open the case. The Judicial Enquiry recommended that the Magistrate be reported to the Judicial Commission for appropriate disciplinary action. Nothing came of this, as nothing came of all the other recommendations of that Panel.”

Prof. Roger Makanjuola recalls following the failed prosecution the Black Axe cultists returned to the university to study. Much to the dismay and concern of fellow students. Under pressure from students the university’s authorities moved to suspend the cultists involved by issuing a ‘release’ but failing to send the specific students official letters informing them of their suspension.

Prof. Roger Makanjuola says: “Shortly afterwards, the University was closed as a result of a student crisis. When it re-opened three months later, the cult members returned to the campus and were seen attending lectures. The students raised an alarm once more. In response to this, the University issued a release on 2 July re-affirming the suspensions of the cult members. The letters of suspension were dated 8 July and it is doubtful whether those affected actually received them before the tragic events two days later.”

In addition to the direct factors given in accounts by Prof. Roger Makanjuola and others. It is also stated that factors relating to creating the necessary favorable environment for the massacre to having occurred also played a part. Such factors include a general increase in campus violence due to university and government employment and sponsorship of campus cults. Peluola Adewale writes “campus cultism had not always been pronouncedly violent until 1980s, and this change coincided with a period when governments started unleashing serious attacks on university education. This began with the introduction of some outrageous charges and later, in 1986, the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP), which have now been transformed into a general neo-liberal economic programme. In order to repress the resistance of students against commercialisation of education and other anti-poor policies, the government and university authorities employed the service of campus cultists. The social background of elements who used to be members of cult groups prepared them for such dastardly activities. They were mostly from upper and middle-class families, and therefore did not really have problems with anti-poor policies of the government and university management, for instance how to pay the contentious charges being imposed on students. Today, there are students from poor background joining cult groups. They largely do so because campus cultism provides a veritable platform to raise money through extortion and other criminal activities.”

Another factor is said to be relating to the university’s administration at the time of the massacre. Vice Chancellor Wale Omole said to have taken no action, aside from perhaps protecting, known campus cultists. Peluola Adewale states “his (Vice Chancellor Wale Omole) administration created an enabling atmosphere for the attack. For the eight years he spent in office, Omole did not show any seriousness in fight against campus cultism, rather it was commonplace for cultists apprehended by students to get their way back to the university unscratched. While student activists were expelled for leading students in various demands, it was on record that no cultist was punished by the Omole-led management.”

The massacre

On the night of the 9th July 1999 a number of student groups held a party at Obafemi Awolowo University. The ‘Mirror Online’ reports: “members of Kegites Club on the campus, Man O’ war members, and various other student leaders- both former and incumbent, gathered at the open ground between Angola and Mozambique Halls.” Later in the night many of the party-goers began occupying the cafeteria of Awolowo Hall whilst others returned to their halls of residence to sleep.

At between 3-3.30am (now 10th July 1999) a large number of cultists (reported to be between 22 and 40) of the Black Axe confraternity arrived to carry out a preplanned assault on the university with the intention of carrying out the assassinations of several prominent members of the student union. Allegations that these assassinations were sponsored by the university’s Vice Chancellor Wale Omole remain to this day but it is unclear if this is the case. It is said “one of the cultists, Kazeem Bello, aka Kato, confessed that Wale Omole had a hand in their July 10 dastardly operation.”

Upon arriving at the university the Black Axe cultists “drove through the main gate and proceeded to the car park next to the Tennis Courts in the Sports Center. They disembarked there and went on foot along a bush path to Awolowo Hall, where they violently interrupted the gyration, firing guns and also wielding axes and cutlasses.”

Although the order of the events that followed vary from account to account (in terms of who was killed in what order) it is clear that following the assault 4 people were left dead, another died from gunshot wounds later, one more survived from a gunshot wound and “Twenty-five others received minor injuries, which were sustained during the stampede out of the Awolowo Hall cafeteria and later on during the attack.”

The Mirror Online reports “The victims, which included the then Students’ Union Secretary General, George Yemi Iwilade, (fondly called Afrika); 400 level medical student, Eviano Ekelemu; a graduating student, Yemi Ajiteru; 100-Level Philosophy student, Babatunde Oke, and Ekpede Godfrey were gunned down by the “marauding beasts” in Blocks 5 and 8, Awolowo Hall.” [15] Prof. Roger Makanjuola writes: “Tunde Oke was still alive but died on the operating table. Four others, George Iwilade, Yemi Ajiteru, Efe Ekede and Eviano Ekelemu, were brought in dead. Eviano Ekelemu bled to death from gunshot wounds to the groin and thigh. The other three died from gunshot wounds to the head.”

During the attack several accounts state the Black Axe members were heard to be “shouting, “Legacy, come out!”” referring to the suspended Students’ Union President, Lanre Adeleke. Additional targets of the attacks are described also. Prof. Roger Makanjuola’s account states the same and he also writes: “During the course of the incident, the attackers also shouted the names of “Afrika”, George Iwilade, and “Dexter”, the Chief of the Kegites, demanding that they come out.”

Of the targets of the massacre Lanre Adeleke (Legacy) managed to escape by jumping from a balcony after hearing the gunfire. “Dexter”, the Chief of the Kegites, also escaped unharmed. George Iwilade (Afrika), the Secretary-General of the Students’ Union and a Law student was not so lucky. Upon entering his room the Black Axe “shot him immediately in the head. Then they smashed his head with their axe to make sure he was dead”.

It is reported George Iwilade (Afrika) was the only successfully assassinated victim. “Afrika, who was said to have carried out the arrest (relating to the incident on Saturday, 7 March 1999), was mercilessly butchered while the other four were just unfortunate victims”

Prof. Roger Makanjuola gives the order of events as been: “They first entered Room 184, where they shot and killed Efe Ekede, a Part II Psychology student. In Room 230, they shot Charles Ita, a Part II Law student. A group of the attackers then shot Yemi Ajiteru, a Part II Religious Studies student, through the head in the corridor outside the Kegites’ headquarters. In Room 273, they found George Iwilade (Afrika), the Secretary-General of the Students’ Union and a Law student, and shot him through the head, along with another occupant, Tunde Oke, a Part 1 student of Philosophy, who was shot in the abdomen. When the attackers got to Room 271, the room allocated to the suspended Students’ Union President, Lanre Adeleke (Legacy), they found that he had escaped. Legacy was in his room when he heard the first gun shots….. The band of thugs proceeded to Fajuyi Hall on foot, where they shot and killed one more student. That individual, Eviano Ekelemo, a medical student, was certainly not a student activist, but they shot him anyway.”. However the order in which the victims were killed varies in various testimonies by a number of witnesses.

Prof. Roger Makanjuola’s account of the Black Axe cultist’s escape is”The murderers left Fajuyi Hall on foot and went through the bush path behind the Hall back to their vehicles. They drove to the Students’ Union building, which they ransacked. They returned to their vehicles and drove out of the University through the main gate. The security staff, having heard gunfire, fled for their lives. Thus the exit of the marauding thugs was unchallenged.”

Aftermath

The day after the attack it is reported “President Adeleke presided over an assembly in the enormous amphitheater of Oduduwa Hall; he demanded the immediate resignation of Wole Omole, the loathed vice chancellor who impeded student efforts to eliminate cults (Omole, for example, failed to expel the previously apprehended eight cultists). An award of 10,000 nairas ($100 U.S.) was offered for Omole’s capture and hundreds of students occupied the administration building, refusing to leave until Omole was fired.”

Prof. Roger Makanjuola writes of what followed the massacre: “In the aftermath of the attack, the whole university was enveloped in fear and there was chaos in the halls of residence. However, within a short time, the President of the Students’ Union, Lanre Adeleke, was able to restore order and mobilise his colleagues. The students went to the town searching for the perpetrators in locations where cult members were thought to be living. They “arrested” three individuals and brought them back to Awolowo Hall. These were Aisekhaghe Aikhile, a Part I student of Agricultural Economics, Emeka Ojuagu, and Frank Idahosa (Efosa). Efosa and Ojuagu were arrested in a public transport vehicle that was about to leave Ife.

The students exhibited black clothing, two berets and two T-shirts, that had been found in Ojuagu’s bag, which was claimed to be the Black Axe uniform. Efosa was a known member of the Black Axe. He had been expelled from the University of Benin and was later admitted for a diploma programme in Local Government Studies in Ife. The three of them were savagely beaten and tortured in the Awolowo Hall “Coffee Room”, the traditional venue for such events. The inverted commas have been employed because coffee had not been known to be served there for many years. Efosa and Oguagu are said to have confessed to participating in the attacks during their “interrogation”, and Efosa is said to have gone further to state that the attack was organised to avenge the humiliating treatment of the Black Axe members who had been arrested in Mr. Mekoma’s house on 7 March.

In the course of the interrogation, Aisekhaghe Aikhile died, and his body was taken to the hospital mortuary. The interrogations also yielded the information that 22 Black Axe members were involved, six from the University, four from the University of Lagos, four from the University of Ibadan, and eight from the University of Calabar. There was also a separate claim that more students from the University of Benin were also involved.

The VC, Professor Wale Omole, had been out of the country on 10 July 1999, the day of the attack and in his absence, the Deputy VC (Academic), Professor A.E. Akingbohungbe, was in charge. Soon after his arrival, the VC was summoned to Abuja to give a report of the incident the day after he returned to campus. On 14 July, his suspension was announced by the Government.”

Several days later on the 18th July 1999 Prof. Roger Makanjuola was appointed Vice Chacellor and as replacement to Professor Wale Omole. He promised the students of Obafemi Awolowo University he would do everything in his power to bring the perpetrators to justice. Firstly he visited the Commissioner of Police, Mr. J.C. Nwoye, in Osogbo who raised the issue that the university still hadn’t officially reported the murders despite what he said had been repeated requests. Prof. Roger Makanjuola summarily wrote and submitted the required paperwork officially reporting the murders.

Prof. Roger Makanjuola gives the following account of what followed: “A total of 12 individuals were arrested and charged to court over the three weeks following the murders, including Efosa and Ojuagu. Only one of those involved in the March episode was among those arrested. The other eight could not be located. Two of them had obtained their transcripts and resumed their studies in France. The students brought information on the whereabouts of a major suspect, Babatunde Kazeem (Kato), and we provided a vehicle so that the Police could go with the students to the address in Lagos and arrest him. Kato was a former student who had been “advised to withdraw” from the University as a result of academic failure. He had been apprehended by the Students’ Union in August 1997 when he admitted to being a secret cult member. He was subsequently handed over to the Security Department, but there is no record of what happened after that. We also provided the Police with information on three other individuals, “Innocent”, “Yuletide” and “Ogbume.” Sadly, nothing came of this, even though we provided Ogbume’s address in Victoria Garden City, Lagos. The arrested persons were charged to the Ile-Ife Magistrate’s court for the murders.

The Judicial Commission of Enquiry was eventually inaugurated in Abuja on 18 October, but did not start work until 24 November, and eventually arrived in the University on Sunday, 28 November. The Chairman was Justice Okoi Itam. There were six other members, including Professor Jadesola Akande, an experienced and highly respected academic and university administrator, and Ray Ekpu, the journalist. Ms. Turi Akerele was later deployed as legal counsel to the Commission. A flamboyant but highly capable alumnus, Adeyinka Olumide-Fusika, led a team representing the students.

The Commission’s report was submitted in February 2000 and was released, along with the Government’s white paper, later that year. The Commission expressed its strong belief that seven named individuals had participated in the killings—Frank Idahosa (Efosa), Didi Yuletide, Kazeem Bello (Kato), and four individuals who were identified only by their nicknames or Christian names—Innocent, Athanasius, “Ochuko”, and “Chunk.” The last was identified as the then head of the Black Axe secret cult. The Commission also recommended the investigation of 16 other individuals, including Emeka Oguaju and the nine involved in the 7 March episode. The Panel criticised the police investigation of the case and recommended that the Inspector-General of Police should set up a special task force to take it over.

the cases against those charged in the Chief Magistrate’s Court for belonging to an illegal organisation eventually came to nothing. However, we were very hopeful of a successful prosecution of the murder cases against Efosa and company. The case in the Osogbo High Court, which commenced on 9 April 2001, wound on. Evidence for the prosecution was taken from a number of students and some other witnesses. There was adjournment after adjournment. In mid-2002, the Judge hearing the case was transferred to Iwo, and the case along with it. There was a further delay while the exhibits were also subsequently taken to Iwo. To the amazement of everyone, the Judge upheld a “No Case” submission by the defence on 5 November 2002. The three accused persons were released and they subsequently disappeared…”

In 2009 it was reported: “Ten years after the carnage, the relatives and associates of the victims as well as students of OAU are still crying out for justice.”

Who was responsible

The attack was carried out by members of the Neo Black Movement of Africa aka The Black Axe. A confraternity infesting Nigerian society particularly the country’s universities and responsible for large amounts of violent crime. Many reports exist of the ill-effects cultism has on Nigerian society. One such report states: “(Cults) have brutally ravaged Nigeria’s 37 state-run institutions. The massacre at Obafemi Owolowe University (OAU) is only the most recent tragedy; observers estimate that 150 students have been slain in the last five years, with scores more victimized by rape, assault, extortion, kidnapping, blackmail, torture and arson attack. Cultists — who often emulate the music and attitudes of American street-gang culture — dominate several campuses with intimidation tactics. Sometimes they employ threats of murder or extortion for seemingly petty ransoms, like an “A” grade or a fraudulently written term paper. Unprotected students, professors and administrators are often forced to surrender whatever grades, goods and privileges that the cultists demand.”

Today, in 2015, the Black Axe is still an ongoing problem. Responsible for the involvement in the murders of at least 200 people in 2014 and partaking other criminal activities around the world such as international smuggling of drugs, extortion, human trafficking and prostitution, counterfeiting of identity documents, cloning of credit cards, cheque fraud, 419 fraud, robbery, rape, murder and are used by politicians as ‘hired thugs’. In Italy they have recently been classified as a ‘Mafia’ organisation.

In addition to those directly responsible, the Black Axe carrying out the attack, there is ongoing concern over the effect or indeed sponsorship by the other entities and individuals possibly involved. In addition to the alleged sponsorship of the attack by Vice Chancellor Professor Wale Omole it is believed that also the government, the police and judiciary were complicit in either motivating the massacre, allowing the favorable environment for the massacre to have happened and for allowing those involved to escape any prosecution.

Invisible Cultists

See: https://truth147.wordpress.com/2015/02/15/illegal-politicians-cultists-in-power/

The following Nigerian politicians and wannabe politicians are all members of an illegal criminal organisation, the Neo Black Movement of Africa. This is banned by Nigerian law. Members of a worldwide crime syndicate running for election and being “elected” (well, by means of fellow cultist thugs and hired assassins for election rigging, that is)? Yes, in Nigeria anything goes. Below are just a few examples. There are sadly many more. No wonder Nigeria is just getting worse all the time.

Augustus Bemigho-Eyeoyibo aka Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo aka Lord Aare Ona Kakanfo is the head of NBM and running for election in Warri North

open your eyes 2

Isimeme Iriogbe aka Lord Jaja of Opobo 1 is the former head of NBM and now Edo state commissioner for transport. Assigned by Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomholewho is also known to sponsor cultists for election rigging

open your eyes 1

Osaro Obazee Executive Chairman of Oredo Local Government

open your eyes 3

Aigbedo Osunde aka Lord Bizingo. House of Assembly Oredo East Constituency.

open your eyes 4

Neo Black Movement – Membership List

Welcome to NBM147Watch, this is a very popular landing page for people wanting news on the Neo Black Movement aka Black Axe.

We’d recommend visiting here for the most up to date information: Bemigho147Watch Homepage

Also here to read about what is going on in the various NBM Zones worldwide: Neo Black Movement – International Index of Wahala

Edit: The below names are not a complete list. It’s also very outdated. Below were the respondents to a NBM census operation many years ago. Much more recent lists of members exists and is available by contacting the author.

Name: Oluwashola Elekan
Strong name: Chwukwuma Kaduna Nzeowgwu
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Rocky Olota
Currently Registered: Zone / Akure

Name: OSITA OSCAR MADUKASI
Strong name: IDRIS ALOOMA
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Ogbuide
Currently Registered: Zone / Anambra

Name: JosephChinedu Nwabueze
Strong name: LordDavidDiop
Year of blend: 1997
Zone of Blend: Lagos
Currently Registered: Zone / Anambra

Name: Moses Ogwu
Strong name: Fasi waziri
Year of blend: 2000
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Anambra

Name: ken nwosu
Strong name: lord muta muta baruta
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Anambra

Name: Patrick Afubera
Strong name: Kwame Nkruma
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Didi Daniel Adaji
Strong name: lord martin luther king jr
Year of blend: 2009
Temple of Blend: Ofu
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Cosmas Atabor
Strong name: Lord Martin Luther King Junior
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Ifi 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Benjamin Oguche
Strong name: Martin Luther King Jnr
Year of blend: 2008
Temple of Blend: Ofu
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: CHUKWUDI GODIAN AZODO
Strong name: LORD FAYINKA
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Agulu Lake
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Lewis Odjirigho
Strong name: OZIDI CONGO
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: emmanuel warmate
Strong name: lord Thabo Mvuyelwa mbeki
Year of blend: 2007
Temple of Blend: Adamawa
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Liman Mohmmed
Strong name: Lord Obafemi Awolowo
Year of blend: 2010
Temple of Blend: Shiroro
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Emmanuel Awenegiemeh
Strong name: Emperor Haile sailassie.
Year of blend: 1990
Temple of Blend: Azania
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Joseph Uno
Strong name: Julius Nyerere
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: KELECHI AYOZIE
Strong name: IDRIS ALOOMA
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Stanley Okuh
Strong name: Lord Dan Fire
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Chimdi Amadi
Strong name: Mobutu Sese Seko
Year of blend: 1989
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Anthony Oritsegbone
Strong name: Lord kunta kinte
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Melvin Udo
Strong name: Dedan Kimathi Waciuri
Year of blend: 1992
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Abuja

Name: Isang Etim
Strong name: BlackLord Idi Baba
Year of blend: 1992
Temple of Blend: Somalia
Currently Registered: Zone / Akwa Ibom

Name: otobong akpan
Strong name: malcolm x
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Bakassi
Currently Registered: Zone / Akwa Ibom

Name: alington gbosh
Strong name: kakuta
Year of blend: 1993
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Atlanta

Name: osarobo Ekiyor
Strong name: Lord obetuben
Year of blend: 2005
Zone of Blend: Austria
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: chinedu chigbo
Strong name: lord bizingo
Year of blend: 2000
Zone of Blend: Kukuruku (Bendel North)
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: Peter Omondiale
Strong name: Sundiata Keita
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: Charles Agho
Strong name: Nelson Mandela
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: Isa momo
Strong name: Jesse Makoko
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: Lucky omorodion
Strong name: Osei tutu
Year of blend: 2008
Zone of Blend: Austria
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: RUKKY UNOKAN
Strong name: Lord Amilcar Cabral
Year of blend: 1993
Temple of Blend: Okemini
Currently Registered: Zone / Austria

Name: omon large
Strong name: BLACK KOLOLO
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Benin

Name: EMWANTA CONSTANT ERIBO
Strong name: lord idris aloma
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Benin

Name: usoro bassey
Strong name: lrd malcolm x
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Bakassi
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: edem etisang
Strong name: lord usma danfodio
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Bakassi
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: emeka osbert
Strong name: kamuzu banda
Year of blend: 1994
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: iyaji okom
Strong name: salawa dawa
Year of blend: 1993
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: Essien Eyo
Strong name: sundiata
Year of blend: 1994
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: Stanley Eyamba
Strong name: Jessy Macoco
Year of blend: 2000
Zone of Blend: Calabar
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: EKE EKANEM
Strong name: LORD OMABONGO
Year of blend: 2007
Zone of Blend: Calabar
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: Edeke Akpanim
Strong name: shaka d Zulu
Year of blend: 1993
Temple of Blend: Naraguta
Currently Registered: Zone / Calabar

Name: Uyi Osagie
Strong name: Makumbe
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Canada

Name: Gary Imafidon
Strong name: Sam Nujoma
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Canada

Name: Obie Egbuchulam
Strong name: Chris Hani
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Canada

Name: EGHOSA IYAMU
Strong name: Lord Ahmed Baba
Year of blend: 2004
Zone of Blend: Canada
Currently Registered: Zone / Canada

Name: CHUKWUYEM KIHODU
Strong name: USMAN DAN FODIO
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Kiriji
Currently Registered: Zone / France

Name: chibuzo okeke
Strong name: aye nelson mandela the 1st
Year of blend: 1993
Temple of Blend: Adamawa
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: Godwin Ben Edo Osagie
Strong name: Patrica Lumumba
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: Osas Kessington
Strong name: Lord-Zembulu
Year of blend: 2005
Zone of Blend: Delta
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: chibuzo obijiaku
Strong name: Kamuzu-Banda
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Obanta
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: Collins Chineduh
Strong name: Julius Nyerere 2
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Okemini
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: Cashmiar Audu
Strong name: Isisulu Malunga
Year of blend: 1989
Temple of Blend: Ogunpa
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: Julius Inegbedion
Strong name: Lord Jainka Haile Selassie
Year of blend: 1988
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / German

Name: Arah peter
Strong name: Shaka d Zulu
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Ghana

Name: PATRICK ONAJOHPE
Strong name: YAKATA-MOHAMMED
Year of blend: 1994
Temple of Blend: Adamawa
Currently Registered: Zone / Ghana

Name: Emmanuel Chima
Strong name: Lord Gbogboyaya
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Ghana

Name: Patrick Umukoro
Strong name: Lord Jesse Makoko
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Ireland

Name: Osato Osula
Strong name: Harare Mugabe
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Ireland

Name: Edosa Bright Igbinovia
Strong name: Stephen(Steve) Biko
Year of blend: 2012
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Italy

Name: Osato Iguma
Strong name: Lord Ibn battuta
Year of blend: 2007
Temple of Blend: Azania
Currently Registered: Zone / Italy

Name: philip odemhenla
Strong name: lord zurulaziz
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Italy

Name: UWAGBOE OSAHENAGHARU
Strong name: LORD IBIN GODIDI
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Limpopo
Currently Registered: Zone / Italy

Name: OYAREKHUA PETER ALEX
Strong name: LORD MOHAMMED WAZIRI DE
2
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Kukuruku (Bendel
North)

Name: Jafaru Shaibu
Strong name: Idris Alooma
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Kukuruku (Bendel
North)

Name: Mury Usman
Strong name: Kabaka
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Kukuruku (Bendel
North)

Name: Momoh Muhammad kabir
Strong name: Sumaguru
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Inikpi Dragon
Currently Registered: Zone / Kukuruku (Bendel
North)

Name: Evans Moye
Strong name: Martin Luther King
Year of blend: 1993
Zone of Blend: Kukuruku (Bendel North)
Currently Registered: Zone / Kukuruku (Bendel
North)

Name: Tijani Mohammed
Strong name: Oliver Thabo
Year of blend: 1996
Zone of Blend: Kukuruku (Bendel North)
Currently Registered: Zone / Kukuruku (Bendel
North)

Name: tester nexco
Strong name: nexco nexco
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Kwale

Name: Osazuwa Ahanor-Wilson
Strong name: Nelson Mandela
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Eti-Osa
Currently Registered: Zone / Lagos

Name: Teddy Basho
Strong name: Aye Jaja malunga
Year of blend: 2010
Temple of Blend: Eluku
Currently Registered: Zone / Lagos

Name: JuliusOmokiojaKwame Eto
Strong name: Aare Onanakanfo
Year of blend: 1998
Zone of Blend: Lagos
Currently Registered: Zone / Lagos

Name: Austin Izuka
Strong name: Emperor Haile Selassie
Year of blend: 2000
Temple of Blend: Obanta
Currently Registered: Zone / Lagos

Name: bemigho eyeoyibo
Strong name: aare ona kakanfo
Year of blend: 1989
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Lagos

Name: Patrick Igada
Strong name: Johnson Thomas “Umunnakwe”
Aguiyi Ironsi
Year of blend: 1992
Temple of Blend: Kilimanjaro
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: afe osagie
Strong name: Black Uhuru
Year of blend: 2008
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: HAMILTON ONO
Strong name: Lord Jomo Kenyatta
Year of blend: 1991
Temple of Blend: Ewekoko
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: Angus Cumming
Strong name: Malcolm X
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: Tolu Aiyere
Strong name: Idris Alooma
Year of blend: 2010
Zone of Blend: Lagos
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: OSAHON OSASOGIE
Strong name: JESSEMAKOKO
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Shango
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: jason edwards
Strong name: Lord Amilcar Cabral
Year of blend: 1987
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: Roland Ehinebo
Strong name: Lord Obafemi Awolowo
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Oduduwa
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: ABDULFATAI JUBRIL
Strong name: JAJA-MASINGA
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Asa
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: Divine Jaboro
Strong name: Jaja Oobo
Year of blend: 2008
Temple of Blend: Oke-Ovia
Currently Registered: Zone / London

Name: Williams Osaigbovo
Strong name: OSEI TUTU
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Malaysia

Name: OYAREKHUA SHAKA
Strong name: LORD MOHAMMED WAZIRI DE
2
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Malaysia

Name: HENRY IFEANYI ANOCHILI
Strong name: Jasper Isaac Adakaboro
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / Malaysia

Name: ADECHE OTARU
Strong name: aye shaka de zulu
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: PAUL OSAWE
Strong name: Lord Askia Mohhamed
Year of blend: 2003
Zone of Blend: Akure
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: EGHOSA OBAYUWANA
Strong name: Lord Nana Itsekiri
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Ikogosi
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: chris okhueleigbe
Strong name: jasper isaac adaka boro
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Oloibiri
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: Chukwuma Obigwe
Strong name: Lord Katanga
Year of blend: 2001
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: Dume Adagbon
Strong name: Isaac Jasper Adakaboro
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Naraguta
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: GEORGE OSBO
Strong name: Waki Wadada The Destined
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Manchester

Name: Anselm Ikhimokpa
Strong name: Kasa-Vubu
Year of blend: 1993
Temple of Blend: Inikpi Dragon
Currently Registered: Zone / Netherlands

Name: surag yamah
Strong name: unthanbo ubake
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Netherlands

Name: Ernest O
Strong name: KOMOKARUMEH
Year of blend: 1988
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Netherlands

Name: John Ayide
Strong name: Opoku Ware 1
Year of blend: 1988
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Netherlands

Name: FRANK ASEMOTA
Strong name: aye amilcar cabral
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Netherlands

Name: Ndubuisi Dunkwu
Strong name: Amilcar Cabral
Year of blend: 1990
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Netherlands

Name: Trust Owoyele
Strong name: Lord Umkhonto We Sizwe
Year of blend: 2001
Temple of Blend: Moriqua
Currently Registered: Zone / South Africa

Name: DARLINGTON AMADI
Strong name: Julius Nyerere
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Benikrukru
Currently Registered: Zone / Port Harcourt
(South Eastern)

Name: Gordon Omunakwe
Strong name: Aare Ona Kakanfo
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Okemini
Currently Registered: Zone / Port Harcourt
(South Eastern)

Name: Selestine Okunwague
Strong name: lord murtala muhammed
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Selestine Okunwague
Strong name: lord murtala muhammed
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: IGBINEVBO IMARIAGBONTUA
Strong name: Mohamed Anwar El Sadat
Year of blend: 2001
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: felix osegbe
Strong name: santa ballo
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Felix Ediagbonya
Strong name: Lord Ben bella
Year of blend: 2006
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: osazuwa aigbedion
Strong name: kaduna Nzeogu
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: festus ehiorobo
Strong name: muhamed el shaba
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: ogbe frank ogiemwonyi
Strong name: Aye Sunni Ali
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Festus Idahosa
Strong name: lord ken saro wiwa
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: EDE LAWRENCE
Strong name: JAKATA MOHAMMED
Year of blend: 2001
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Festus Idahosa
Strong name: Lord ken soro wiwa
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Solomon orobosa Ogboe
Strong name: Jaja Jawara
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: MONDAY IGBINEWEKA
Strong name: MARCUS GARVEN
Year of blend: 2012
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Nosa Aiworo
Strong name: lord malcum x
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: thomas Igbinedion
Strong name: Haile Selassie
Year of blend: 2012
Temple of Blend: Ofuobi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: charles osawaru ogie osawaru
Strong name: lord clintin laguma
Year of blend: 2008
Temple of Blend: Ese-Ovia
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: austine iyobosa uwuoruya
Strong name: elajah mohunmende
Year of blend: 1994
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: mosco .moses . osagie.
Strong name: calmudobanza
Year of blend: 2009
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: NOSAKHARE OSA
Strong name: JAJA JAWARA
Year of blend: 1999
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: clinton meka
Strong name: ibn battuta
Year of blend: 1989
Temple of Blend: Zambezi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: ABBEY OAIKHIENA
Strong name: HERBERT MACULAY
Year of blend: 2008
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: oscar nehi
Strong name: lord muamer gaddafi
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: omoi idehen
Strong name: chaka the zulu
Year of blend: 2006
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: kelvin osagiede
Strong name: lord kwame nkrumah
Year of blend: 2012
Temple of Blend: Oloibiri
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: sunny Ewansiha
Strong name: lord ubatar osenpay
Year of blend: 2004
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: JIMOH OMOZUWA
Strong name: SHAKA DE ZULU
Year of blend: 2009
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Ehis Paulson
Strong name: bizingo
Year of blend: 2010
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: edgar obiazi
Strong name: LORD IDRIS ALUMA
Year of blend: 2009
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: efosa raymond
Strong name: GENERAL ANWAR EL SADDAT
Year of blend: 2009
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: osaretin oshodi
Strong name: ibin walata
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: faith Osemwegie
Strong name: Aye Jambarama
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: efosa amadin
Strong name: jaja of opobo
Year of blend: 2007
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: ikponmwosa izekor
Strong name: Augustino Neto
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: paul nathaniel
Strong name: walter rawlins
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: anthony nnanyere
Strong name: lord malcomX
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: kingsley Olita
Strong name: Kololo
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: J OBASUYI
Strong name: LORRI MAKACHI
Year of blend: 2001
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: IK OBASUYI
Strong name: Emperor Haile Selassie
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: TAYO OLUTORYOR
Strong name: oba kosoko
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: bobby henry
Strong name: Chukuma Kaduna Nzeugo
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Ken Edokpayi
Strong name: Lord Muta Karibu
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: CHRISTOPHER NKADI
Strong name: kwame Nkrumah
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Limpopo
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: smart osayande
Strong name: Malcolm X
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Osayande Ugiagbe
Strong name: Obiri Yeboah
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: IDOWU IZEVBIZUA
Strong name: MOAMMAR GADHAFI
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: IGHO IZEKOR
Strong name: steven biko
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Soweto
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Gideon Iweriebon
Strong name: Walter Rawlings
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Eti-Osa
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: etinosa aisagbonbuomwan
Strong name: jesse makoko
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: david osawe
Strong name: spanish
Year of blend: 2006
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: omo omoruyi
Strong name: Martin Luther King
Year of blend: 1994
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Ikhide Oviesu
Strong name: Santos kabaka
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: PETER ORIAKHI
Strong name: co-zoneco
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: ebenovbe edokpolor
Strong name: IBN BATUTA
Year of blend: 2006
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: BARRY EDOKPOLOR
Strong name: STEVEN BIKO
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: Solomon Aikhuomogbe
Strong name: Patrice Lumumba
Year of blend: 2007
Zone of Blend: Spanish
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: L OGIEGBAEN
Strong name: SANTOS KABAKA
Year of blend: 1997
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / Spanish

Name: George Aibangbee
Strong name: Kenneth Kaunda (Lord)
Year of blend: 2001
Temple of Blend: Rocky Olota
Currently Registered: Zone / Greece

Name: Ehis Abel
Strong name: Kenneth Kaunda
Year of blend: 2007
Temple of Blend: Kanta Ethiopia
Currently Registered: Zone / Greece

Name: IKECHUKWU ODOEMENA
Strong name: OLIVER THAMBO
Year of blend: 1992
Temple of Blend: Kalakuta
Currently Registered: Zone / Greece

Name: nosa ebohon
Strong name: lord kololo
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / Greece

Name: Osagie Lincoln Irekponor
Strong name: LORD SOSO SOWETO
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Anthony Uche
Strong name: Lord Oliver Tambo
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Sancta Ika
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Aaron Jesudo
Strong name: Lord Omar Bongo
Year of blend: 1996
Temple of Blend: Limpopo
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Obehi Akhigbe
Strong name: Lord Martin Luther King
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Limpopo
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: flight oyanne
Strong name: kenneth kaunda
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Kanta Ethiopia
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Godwin paul
Strong name: lord steve biko
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Chima Babike
Strong name: Lord Malcom X
Year of blend: 2006
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Obazu Austine Osunubun
Strong name: lord kenneth kahunda
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Imiekame Ailemen
Strong name: Robert Mugabe
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: CHIMEZIE AJARAONYE
Strong name: Mohamed El Kanemi
Year of blend: 2000
Temple of Blend: Kudeti 2
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Festus ademola
Strong name: Lord Jomo Kenyatta
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Ikogosi
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Nelson Ogbebor
Strong name: Lord Jomo Kenyatta
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: larry Eborh
Strong name: Desmond Tutu
Year of blend: 1994
Temple of Blend: Udi
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: SAMUEL ANIUKWU
Strong name: DANFIRE
Year of blend: 1995
Temple of Blend: Adamawa
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Charles Osadiaye
Strong name: Lord Steve Biko
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Soweto
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Sunny Izekor
Strong name: Ibn Yasin
Year of blend: 2007
Temple of Blend: Soweto
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: IYOBOSA ISIBOR
Strong name: IDRIS ALOOMA
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: james eguavone
Strong name: AMINU KANO
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Ashanti
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Osadebamwen Enabulele
Strong name: Marcus Mosiah Garvey
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Oloibiri
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Charles osadiaye
Strong name: Lord Steve Biko
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Soweto
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: ikLarry Enobore
Strong name: Lord Martin Luther King
Year of blend: 2003
Temple of Blend: Oloibiri
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: ugochukwu Ezeh
Strong name: Lord Desmond Tutu
Year of blend: 2008
Temple of Blend: Kilimanjaro
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Emmanuel Nnaemeka
Strong name: Arafat Rafata
Year of blend: 2005
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Jolly Edokpolor
Strong name: Lord Usman Wazizi
Year of blend: 2004
Temple of Blend: Ikpitan
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Joseph Aikjoje
Strong name: David Diop
Year of blend: 2002
Temple of Blend: Futa Jallon 2
Currently Registered: Zone / India

Name: Morrel Ekhator
Strong name: Lord Kosinebor
Year of blend: 1998
Temple of Blend: Kanem Bornu
Currently Registered: Zone / India

VOTE NO TO ORITSEBEMIGHO EYEOYIBO

I am ORITSEBEMIGHO EYEOYIBO ESQ. Head of the Black Axe Mafia.
I am putting myself up for election as the less than Honorable member of the DELTA STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY misrepresenting the WARRI NORTH constituency comprising OGHEYE, OPUAMA, OGBINBIRI, EGHORO, GBOKODA, TSEKELEWU, OGBUDUGBUDU, ABIGBORODO, EGHORO AND EBROHIMI.
My misrepresentation is on the platform of the Labour Party of Nigeria.
I am not seeking office to be part of a catalytic group that will bring about a turnaround in Legislative Governance.
I am not seeking office to bring about Revolutionary Change.
I am not seeking office to bring about a new way of doing Business.
To do Business not as usual but as unusual and unlawful.
No. Thrice No.
I am committed to bringing about a 360 Degrees revolutionary turn around in Legislative, Executive and Administrative governance in Delta State, from utterly corrupt right round full circle to corrupt again.
I am not seeking office because I am committed to the Social Welfarist Agenda of free education, free health care services, employment creation and generation, employment benefits, provision for the elderly and the handicapped, women development,entrepreneurial development for the masses of our people. Only for my own gain.
I am seeking Legislative office due to a personal agenda, vaunting ambition, a desire for self- aggrandizement and enrichment.
I am seeking office due to my megalomanic quest for power and all its appurtenances.
I am seeking office due to my ill-conceived sense of manifest destiny and a Messiah complex.
I am seeking office due to my need for image laundry and being head and shoulders above everyone else.
Yes. Thrice Yes.
With your vote you are helping to save the great communities in Warri North and Delta State.
VOTE NO TO ORITSEBEMIGHO EYEOYIBO,DONT VOTE LABOUR PARTY !!!