NBM Initiation – Code Bursting Wahala

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Here and there online can be found a small handful of accounts of how members were initiated/bammed into the NBM/Black Axe. Often they are from members who have been caught by the authorities or members you claim to have turned their back on the organisation.

Generally the accounts conflict with each other and often bare no similarity from one account to the other.

I managed recently to get my hands on 700+ different accounts of members “tracing their bamming”. The majority of the accounts were written in code and would be useless to anybody outside of the organisation.

They would read:

  1. Angle 90
  2. Slave Trade
  3. Jew Camp
  4. Devils Passage
  5. Heavens Gate
  6. Perfect Circle
  7. Temple

 

However a handful of around 30+ of these accounts were much better and much more insightful. They ranged from fairly detailed accounts to really well written and highly detailed accounts of the process.

Whats more the accounts all shared a great amount of commonality even despite been written about these initiations that happened at different times and in different locations.

From these accounts we’re capable of piecing together exactly what goes on during an NBM so called ‘Initiation’:

Firstly members are collected by pre-existing members and told they are going to walk to a party. The walk takes them deep into the bush and along the way they are joined by other members and also other non-members also been walked to their initiation.

Then they are gathered deep in the bush and told to strip off their clothes and are beaten as they make their way to a location where they are instructed to sit. This is called ‘Angle 90’

Then in single file they walk with their left hands on each other’s shoulders and this is called ‘The Slave Trade’.

They walk to a place that is next known as ‘Jew Camp’ where they are told to lay down and are then beaten again for quite a lengthy amount of time.

The initiates are then told to crawl on the ground where they pass between people beating drums on either side of them. this is called ‘Devils Passage’

Then crawl under the legs of the Temple’s Chairman and this is called ‘Heavens Gate’

And then they enter the ‘Perfect Circle’ which comprises all the members attending the initiation all forming a circle around the initiates and another man dressed in white. This is the Temple’s ‘Chief Priest’.

The Chief Priest then drags each of the initiates one by one into ‘the temple’ which in this instance is the code for 7 candles on the ground in the shape of a coffin (3 candles on the right, 3 on the left and one at the head) and here the CP cuts the thumb of each man, instructs them to suck the blood whilst kokoma is spat into their face and they recite the NBM oath of secrecy.

They are finally slapped with a shotgun in the face by the Chairman and this marks their initiation into the organisation.

 

(Screenshots to follow soon…. Currently available upon request privately as to not compromise a new source of info)

International Index of NBM Wahala – Part 3

Part 3 of the ‘International Index of NBM Wahala’

Part 1 is available here…

Part 2 is available here…

And all 3 collections live here…

 

Abia Zone Wahala – Lord Mafaraja Safaraja (more commonly known as Idika Chidinma) standing accused of “gross incompetence, misconduct, lack of orientation, flagrant abuse of office and embezzlement”

Abuja zone Wahala – Dr. Ukiri Richard recalls the Abuja Zonal Head “breaking bottles, threatening to stab a former head (Emma) and the head subsequently returned with a metal which he used to heat the COE table”

Barcalona Wahala – Don Tete Smart is accused, by Lucky Iriemwin, of working as a police informant, been responsible for another Lord finding his way to prison and for kicking that member’s girlfreind out from their flat.

Cocaine Wahala – Part 1 -Unhappy NBM member in South America a little upset regarding a “bird” (drug courier) getting cold feet. Seems not even any cocaine was lost. Only the money for the flight and for the ‘bird’s’ pocket money for their 2 week stay was lost….. but still the punishment is death.

Cocaine Wahala – Part 2 -NBM member a little upset again about been scammed… This time for 1kg of coke. More threats….

Cocaine Wahala – Part 3 – More unhappiness from NBM/Black Axe cocaine traffickers… In this instance an NBM member describing how his “bird” (drug mule/courier) has vanished.

France Wahala – Lord Kwame Nkruma of the France zone complains about: EXCO Positions for cash, nepotism and slaps.

Germany Wahala – Another Lord “drugged a lords wife and sexually embarrasssed her. The lady is now going through a therapy with the aid and advise from a medical doctor”

Italy Zone Wahala – a petition against the attempted removal of the former Italy Zone Head by the Italy COE (Council of Elders). Following an incident that involves a car accident, strangulation, “thrumped up” charges, the embezzlement of 18,000 Euros and someone vomiting money.

Media Wahala – Huge media backlash as the NBM’s latest feeble image laundry attempt gifting two iron shelters to the traffic police in Osun State

Napoli Wahala – Historic incident effecting the Napoli Forum (sub-zone of the Italy Zone) Co-ordinator Iroguosa Orlando AKA ‘Lord Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’ featuring the now well known Austin Ewosa AKA ‘Johnbull’ AKA ‘Fifty Cent’ AKA ‘Lord Barsi Bagada’ 

River State Wahala – A graduate of the University of Port Harcourt, UNIPORT, identified as Ikeadighim Michael Nwachukwu arrested for been a member of the NBM

Spain Zone Wahala – NBM in the Spain Zone scratch their heads over whether or not a member can resign from their position as an ‘Elder’… Added complication in this instance with the member doing a u-turn and attempting to reacquire his position

Switzerland Zone Wahala – Broken legs, bottles smashed over heads, a violent ambush and embezzlement in the Switzerland Zone. 

Woolwich Wahala – a member comes over from Nigeria to London and is killed by the UK Police during been restrained. 

Zino Fazizi Wahala – Allegations a member was chatting up another’s wife. 

 

 

Site Going Offline….

Only joking…

But in fact, more accurately, the site will not be posting any new content until the 29th Jan 2020. 

The 29th Jan 2020 marks the 5th Anniversary of Bemigho147Watch and as a special treat some exciting posts will be shared. Nails in the NBM coffin.

As a new years resolution I’d resolved to gather together as much new, unseen and contemporary information as possible… and for the princely sum of $2 I have managed to do that in only 15 days.

It’ll take some time to get together and will be posted in parallel with other efforts to essentially destroy the NBM in Nigeria. Something I really believe now might be possible. 

So as a special 5th Birthday I hope to announce: the death of the NBM

Feel Free to Leave your Thoughts on the Matter Here

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Houston – Zonal Application

From 2012 some documentation that demonstrates how a ‘Forum’ (a small handful of Lords located in one particular geographic location) apply to the National Body to become registered within the NBM as a fully fledged “Zone”. 

The National body request the ‘Forum’ apply in writing, submit their intended ‘codes of conduct’ and several of their recorded minutes as evidence they are meeting within that location. The NCOE (National Council of Elders) receive the application before handing off to the National Head to sign off on the matter. 

The subject was addressed at a NCOE meeting on 25th Feb 2012 held in Esan Zone as the 4th matter:

4. NOTICES/CORRESPONDENCES:

  1. Application for Zonal status was received from Houston-USA forum and was handed over to the National Head to treat.

 

MINUTES 25TH FEB 2012 NCOE MEETING

 

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CODE OF CONDUCT FOR NBM HOUSTON FORUM

Introduction.
This code of conduct is intended to cover situations commonly encountered by members of NBM Houston Zone. Membership includes acceptance of this code and other provisions spelt out in the NBM constitution which remains supreme and superior to this Bye-Law/code of conduct.

Adherence of this code of conduct.

Members of Neo Black Movement Houston Texas Zone shall ensure that their conduct meets the ethical principals laid out in this code of conduct. Members shall report any violations of this code of ethics to the Head or Chairman COE. A review of the allegations will be conducted by the COE. Violations of this code may lead to expulsion from NBM or other punishments that may be prescribed by the COE.

Part One: Ethical Principles.

In addition to the provisions of Article 8 Section 65 Sub-Section 1-11; All Lords in Houston Zone must:

Act In the best interest of Movement
Be honest with everyone
Do no harm and if possible provide benefits
Act with integrity
Avoid conflicts of interest
Respect privacy, confidentiality and anonymity

Part Two: Meetings

The general meetings shall be held once every month on the first Saturday of every month.
General meeting should start no later than 7.00pm and end exactly at 9.00pm.
Punctuality to the meeting is highly important.
There shall be no inappropriate dressing while attending the meeting (e.g.  Body hugs, flip flops, shorts, face caps).
There shall be a fee of $20 for lateness: lateness to meeting starts immediately after reading of the late minute meeting.
There shall be a fine of $30 for absentees from the meeting without permission.
There shall be no refreshments until after the meeting.

 

 

Part three: Benefits

Recommendations:
A  newly registered member in the zone must maintain membership for a minimum of 6 months unless otherwise herein stated, to be entitled to any benefits. Wherever “member” is used in these benefits recommendations; it refers to an Axe-Lord in good standing as at the date and time of the occurrence that warrants such benefits.
Death of a member: The movement shall give the sum of $1000 to the bereaved surviving spouse of a member. Where here is no surviving spouse known to the movement before the death of such member, this money will go to the children of record i. If the children are minors the fund will be given to their legal guardian.

Death of Child: The movement shall pay condolence to the bereaved parents with the sum of $500.
Death of Parent(s): On being informed of the death of a parent of a member, the movement shall pay condolence visit with $500.00.
Death of a spouse: On being informed of the death of a spouse, the movement shall pay the surviving spouse, condolence visit with $1000.
New Born: On being informed, the movement will visit with $200 to any new born child.
Graduation: With the receipt of a letter or card for graduation from high school, the movement shall give the new high school graduation a gift of $200.The parent of the child shall meet the criteria for benefit, for the child to receive the gift.
Response to invitations: The movement will honor an invitation from legitimate and recognized organization that did such with at least a bottle of VSOP and $100 to the Zone. In response the movement will donate a gift ranging from $150 to $200. The exact amount will be determined by the COE.
Relocation of a member: The movement will give a $200 gift certificate to a member who is relocating. The member will have to notify the zone that he is relocating.
Immigration awaiting deportation: The movement will do a fund raising for a member that has immigration problem (on the point of deportation).
Wedding Ceremony: When invited to a wedding ceremony of a member, the movement will present the couple with a gift of $500. On request, members will put on their full regalia, if the hosting member wants full NBM ceremony.
Marriage Anniversary: When invited to a wedding or marriage anniversary of 5, 10, 25years wedding/marriage anniversary of a member, the movement will present the couple with a gift of $300.
Catastrophic illness: If a member has a catastrophic illness/sickness, the movement will give the sum of $1000, to that member or his immediate family for his and the family support. During the next general meeting of the movement, levy will be imposed on each member, except the affected member, to cover the $1000. Catastrophic illness/sickness/injury, for the purpose of this benefit is defined as a “a severe condition that affects the mental or physical health of a member and requires that person be hospitalized or institutionalized for a lengthy period of time and prevents him from working for a period of one month or longer. During this period the said member MUST be under the care and services of a licensed Practitioner. Examples of illness/injury/sickness generally severe enough to be considered catastrophic include but not limited to stroke with residual paralysis or weakness, severe heart attack, major surgery, terminal cancer, hepatitis with complication, broken hip that requires lengthy rehabilitation. Under any or all of these health conditions, the total length of hospitalization/institutionalization and rehabilitation under the directives of a licensed practitioner will be at least one full month.

Part four: Finances.
Every member of the movement shall pay a monthly due of $20.
Every member will pay a onetime levy of $100 every year.
The Ihaza will be in charge of all the finances.
None payment of dues for a period of six months will result to suspension of membership.

Part Five: Membership.
To become a member of the movement, the intending member must be a college/University graduate.
The intending member will provide three referees. {Three Dedicated Lords}
There must be thorough vetting of the intending member.
The intending member must believe in the goal and objectives of NBM.
The intending member MUST not have any criminal records or felony case.

Plus other requirements as provided in Article 3 Section 13 {1-5} NBM Constitution on Membership

 

Part Six: Public Events
Members must abide by the provision of Article 8 Section 62 Sub-Section 5 and Section 65 Sub-Section (1-11) NBM Constitution on Miscellaneous Provisions including Public Events.

 

 

Minutes of Houston forum IT held on the 10th day of December 2011Minutes of Houston

 

forum IT held on the 19th day of November 2011MINUTES OFNBM HOUSTON FORUM

 

MEETING HELD ON JANUARAY 20TH 2012

 

Italy Zone Wahala – Vomiting Money

From 2015… a petition against the attempted removal of the former Italy Zone Head by the Italy COE (Council of Elders). Following an incident that involves a car accident, strangulation, “thrumped up” charges, the embezzlement of 18,000 Euros and someone vomiting money. 

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Ike Bobby Onwubuya – Realigning the Temples

Ike Bobby Onwubuya is the former head of the London Zone NBM mafia (serving 2009-2012).

In addition to his post as the head of the NBM mafia in London he also served in the following positions in the organisation:

2007-2009 he was the Zone’s ‘OC Legal’

2005-2007 he was one of the Zone’s ‘Elders’

2003-2005 he served as the Zone’s ‘Butcher’ 

A detailed outline of his roles and responsibilities can be found here

Predating his London Zone membership he had some other, very interesting, positions:

1992-1994 was he was Ihaza at Kiriji HT serving two terms in that position and in the following year he served as an ‘Elder’ of Kiriji HT

What is Kiriji HT? 

Kiriji HT is ‘Kiriji High Temple’ which is the coded name given to the University of Lagos.

Temple code names can be found here for further reference

Why do the NBM use code-names to refer to the universities? 

Ike Bobby Onwubuya and other members use code-names to refer to the “temples” (often referred to simply as the “T’s” because any presence of the NBM in the universities is highly illegal and anyone found to be doing so is liable to upto 5 years imprisonment. 

Although Ike Bobby Onwubuya’s membership and leadership within the university of Lagos predates the  Cult Prohibition Bill

The law clearly states that upon it’s commencement all activity must stop. This is the reason the NBM claim (as an outright lie) to have “withdrawn” from the university system.

Below however is Ike Bobby Onwubuya’s proposal for a “Movement Census and Database Management System” which also illegally includes mention of the “Temples”

He says:

  • upon a Lord or TEMPLE Aye registering “TEMPLE/Zonal officials verifies the registration”
  • The online system will negate the need for “TEMPLE/Zones to report the forms to National (Body)”
  • “The census is a great opportunity to engage the TEMPLE ayes with a view to realigning the TEMPLES and bringing them under the effective control of the National and Zonal bodies”
  • his proposed system will allow the determination of “the total number of TEMPLE Ayes”
  • that Zonal officials will be able to access “all information pertaining Lord and TEMPLE ayes within their jurisdiction”
  • and can also “monitor the number of Ayes in each TEMPLE and help control the blending accordingly”
  • that TEMPLE Officials can “view and download all information pertaining TEMPLE ayes within their jurisdiction”
  • His system will however restrict the functionality for TEMPLE ayes: “Individual TEMPLE ayes can only view the data pertaining to TEMPLE ayes and cannot download information”
  • but permits “A TEMPLE aye can search for example all the ayes currently in Udi HT to verify a person”
  • and TEMPLE ayes “will have their own private section where they can upload their photos for better verification”

 

So despite the law stating a multitude of prohibitions regarding the NBM’s presence in any university Ike Bobby Onwubuya insists the NBM should act otherwise (in a multitude of different ways). 

He states really clearly the law is to be ignored and the NBM should enact his plan “bringing them under the effective control of the National and Zonal bodies”

His proposal in full:

 

Movement Census and Database Management System
 
The Census and Management system will be a 3-phased projectof which we can choose which to implement
1.       Phase 1 :- Census and Database – Conduct a Census and build an online membership database for the movement
2.       Phase 2:- Interactivity – enhance the database on phase 1 to be a closed interactive network for the movement. All registered verified members can interact, share pictures, share documents, send private messages and integrate Nbmarena.com into the database
3.       Phase 3:- Movement Management system – enable the system to help National/Zones to manage member’s attendance and dues. Sending information to individual members on how much they owe and collecting data on attendance
I will focus on only Phase 1 for this proposal
 
Objectives
1.       Carry out a Census that systematically records information about our members and serve as a headcount to determine how many we are and where we are located
2.       Create a Database out of the census information that would serve as an effective membership management system for the movement
Census
·         The census will be carried out through a system of Online Self-Certification. 
·         Each Axeman will be responsible for registering themselves on the online system.
·         The system will be onlie 24/7 so that each Axemen where ever in the world will have the same access to certify themselves. The worldwide coverage of an online system makes it an invaluable tool above a manual system
·         The Census will have 2 concurrent phases where the individual Axeman registered, and the Temple/Zonal officials verifies the registration
·         The main advantages of online self certification are Efficiency and Time saving– It minimises the efforts of getting people to fill forms and waiting for the Temples/Zones to report the forms to National, then manually entering each individual form on a database
·         A product of the census is that every axeman will have a unique identifying number.
·         The census is a great opportunity to engage the temple ayes with a view to realigning the temples and bringing them under the effective control of the National and Zonal bodies
·          
Census Time frame
The Census will be an ongoing exercise however there would be a time frame for delivering the initial phase. The NH would be able to deliver a census report at the 2013 convention which should give a total number of registered Axemen and making the database system available for use
 
 
Census Information
Each Axeman will log on to the website and fill out a form which should not take more than 5 minutes of their time
The information to be obtained
Ju Details
Strong Details
Current details
Ju Name
Strong Name
Zone/Temple registered
Address*
Year of Blending
Current position
Town
 
Temple/Zone of Blending
 
Country of Residence
Temple Attended (if diff from temple of blend)*
 
Email
 
Head at Blending (Ju Name)
 
Telephone
Head at Blending (Strong name)*
 
Age range*
Year of Lordship induction
 
 
Venue of Induction
 
 
* Optional information
 
 
Database
The Census is really a by-product of the database. The database holds the information that we obtain from the census and it would be constructed in such a way that we split the data stored in many ways to obtain any kind of information we need.
When the database is complete, the advantage to the movement will be immeasurable. The advantage and views for different individuals are
 
National Officials
·         Can view and download all information pertaining every and anyaxeman and zone in NBM
·         Can select to see for example the total number of Temple Ayes and the Total number of Zonal Ayes
·         Can see the number of Ayes in a given location like Brazil and can determine if they can have are ripe zone or not
·         Given the number of people in different zone, National can decide to change the national dues structure based on the number in a location
Zonal officials
·         Can view and download all information pertaining Lord and Temple ayeswithin their jurisdiction
·         Can monitor the number of Ayes in each temple and help control the blending accordingly
·         See the number of Ayes within their jurisdiction and can contact those slacking and those who do not even know about the existence of the zone
·         Can monitor the migration of Ayes between zones
Temple officials
·         Can view and download all information pertaining Temple ayes within their jurisdiction
Axelords
·         Individual axelords can only view the database but cannot run reports and cannot download information
·         A Lord can search for example all the ayes blended in Udi in 1997 to verify a person
·         Every individual will have their own private section where they can upload their photos for better verification
Temple Ayes
·         Individual temple ayes can only view the data pertaining to temple ayes and cannot download information
·         A temple aye can search for example all the ayes currently in Udi HT to verify a person
·         Every individual will have their own private section where they can upload their photos for better verification

Napoli Wahala – The Adventures of Johnbull

Historic incident effecting the Napoli Forum (sub-zone of the Italy Zone) Co-ordinator Iroguosa Orlando AKA ‘Lord Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’ featuring the now well known Austin Ewosa AKA ‘Johnbull’ AKA ‘Fifty Cent’ AKA ‘Lord Barsi Bagada’ 

Austin Ewosa was in 2016 sentenced to 12 years in prison after standing accused of: assault, intimidation, criminal association and attempted murder.

He testified against the Neo Black Movement exposing the organisations activities of drug running, human trafficking, murder, economic crimes, prostitution and various other nasty activities. 

In this incident he faced disciplinary action by the NBM for his part in a burglary of  Iroguosa Orlando’s apartment. 

Another of the countless examples of NBM disciplinary action been taken against a member not for committing crime but for committing a crime against another member of the organisation. 

Lord Ngũgĩ wa Thiong (Iroguosa Orlando) explains the events:

BREAKING AND ENTRY INCEDENT IN NAPOLI

Aye my regional cordinator and my other heads in the
region.
na me be lord ngugi wa thiong’o jn name alasa shedrack present cordinator napoli forum.
I have a little matter to present and i want the Regional Head and the rest Heads in the Region to look into it and use their good office to make a proper disicion,it all started one morning when some lords came to my house to see a fellow lord that lives with me on a businees matter his name is (JN goodluck ogbor,AYE idris aloma fj 2/ 2001)at the long run the lady that was introduce by (JN goodluck ogbor,AYE idris aloma,,,,, into the business ran away with the goods up till now she is no were to be found but the other lords say it was a plan work between the lord and the woman, this said lord has gone round to the placeses were he knows that the lady can be found but all to no avail.
I told (JN goodluck ogbor ,AYE idris aloma,,,,,,that what he has to do is to find a way to talk to the lords to give him more time to find this lady if she was arrested or she ran away just like that if the worst come to worst he will find away to pay back the money but he needs some time to do all this.
I was not in town when one of the lords came to my house (JN oshodi  shegun Aye Mutamuta baruka  Fj 2 1998 )and broke 1 of my speckers and fought with (JN goodluck ogbor,AYE idris aloma)when i came i saw it was not that damage so i left it that way,i bought a ticket amount 50euros for (JN goodluck,AYE idris aloma) to go to padova were he got a code that the lady was hiding before now (JN goodluck ogbor,AYE idris aloma) has also gone to sardegna to look for this same lady,when my lord came from padova i told him to go and meet up with the rest lords and tell dem his outcome after some hours time i got a call from (JN oshodi  shegun Aye Mutamuta baruka  Fj 2 1998  )saying he got the message i sent to him through (JN goodluck ogbor,AYE idris aloma)and that he was going to send his own message that i should be ready for it,i called him back to know which message was that but he did not pick his call again,i reported this whole issue to my head austria zone jn isa,he told me to call them but i tried and no body was picking my calls.
I left town on sunday which was on the 7th of august and on the 10th the jew friend that was with me brought his phone and said that (JN johnbull osas alies 50 aye barsi bagada ikpentan 2004 ) called him to open the door that he has message 4 me the jew told him i was not at home,later i called (JN goodluck,AYE idris aloma)he told me he was not at home then he said that he saw missed call on his phone and then he called back the number it was (JN osasuwmen, Aye Ayakata Morhammend  FJ 1(1999 )A bucher in the forum, he told (JN goodluck,AYE idris aloma) that he was lucky that he was not inside the house if not he would have been a dead man that they just want to inform him that they have vadalize the house,when (JN goodluck,AYE idris aloma)got home he saw what they really did in the house then he called me that things are missing in the house then i called my austria head but his phone was not going then i called my germany head then i narracted everything to him,even before then he said he had goten the gist and that i should get home first to see what they really took.
I want to ask a question why will a LORD break into another LORDs house?
is that not a criminal act?
In NBM that is Aye Omila and that is what we don,t want in this great MOVEMENT.
When i got to the house my mind was to report the case to the police but BASE on the LORD when i be and my position as a corditor my mind will not let me don it.
this are the items they took from my house when they broke in
1)    3 laptops——include 1 sony and 2 HPS with their wires.
2)    2  decodas.
3)    1 dvd player and wolfer
4)     hand chain and neck lace
5)     printer and a catton of evelope
6)     1 motorola phone
7)     cd plates
8)     role of wires.
9.     wind internet key
As for the door i have taken pictures of it so that my fellow lords can see,my landlord has ask me to get a police report and to replace the door as soon as possible or i will lose the my house.

I swear by KOROFO that if i know about their business or i was part of it may KRF squice life out of me.

I want this matter to be looked into ASAP.
May Baba K  provide all my heads world wide with wisdom .   Assseee.!
lord ngugi wa thiong’o
IKpitan 97
napoli cordi.

 

 

The matter is examined by a committee set up by the NBM and a proposal to resolve the issue is made by the Italian Care-taker Committee Chairman Lord Ibin Godidi (Uwagboe Osahenagharu):

 

Aye Axemen

Aye my European Regional Coordinator
Aye my Zonal Heads in the Region and to all Chairman COE

The committee extend invitation to all the concern  lords involved in the breaking and entry into the resident of napoli forum coordinator without his concept
and some of his properties  was removed. The European Region and National body has been informed about the ugly incident . The Italian Caretaker committee approved by the national body here by invite the following lords to present at the committee IT slated for verona 13th saturday of this month 2011 without excuse to resolve the chaos in napoli    1  OSASU  2  OLA  3  OSHO  4  FIFTY CENT and the rest other three men . Ignoring the zonal committee IT INVITATION to look on how to resolve the whole issues amicably might lead to ugly decision by recommending those involved to the European Regional
body for De-axetiation. May korofo grant us all travelling mercy to attend the Inter-Talk. Ase !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Care-taker committee adopted disciplinary measure against the concern lords involved in the ugly incident for ignoring the committee IT
after full dully observation to the matter presented to the committee by the napoli forum coordinator and evidence of prove that was tended
to  the house along with his testimony ju name Goodluck lord Idris Alooma(FJ2  2001) after seven minutes interrogation prove Napoli forum CD
innocent of been part of the dubious drog business that lead to the crisis. We the caretaker committee members to look into the affairs of the zone before the
full zonal flag administration begin will not condol with that can of miscrat attitude exhibited by the concern lords involved in breaking and entring
well is unfotunat that those can of Ayes are blended into the Neo Black Movement of Africa. Indeed illitracy is a deceased.

RESOLUTION/RECOMMENDATION

The Italian zonal Caretaker Committee agreed on the following resolution
Lords involved data base:  1 JN oshodi  shegun Lord Mutamuta baruka ( Fj 2 1998  )  2 JN johnbull osas (a.k.a Fifty cent) Lord barsi bagada( ikpitan2004 ) 3  JN osasuwmen, Lord Ayakata Morhammend  FJ 1(1999 ) while investigation are sill going on

Pronouncement:

1 The concern Lords should return back Napoli Coordinator properties with immediate effect(Deadline 7 days)
2 The chance of grace to resolved the whole issues can be re-visited if only they meet up with the deadline
3Thereafter the next step will be taken to know how to resolved the issue without violence
4 Taking laws into your hands is unconstitutional in NBM, it shall be adress on orientation class .After (item 3) adopted
5 tendering apology to Napoli coordinator for mercy and unification of all lords in napoli forum for peice and unity
6 Above all failing to meet up with the deadline of (item 1) Recommendation for De-axetiation to the European Regional Coordinator to
be  effective from on  the day 14th sunday august this month 2011 after 00 hour.
7 There after the coordi can report the issue to the Italian government authority for justice in the court of law.

Lord Ibin Godidi
Lippopo 2006
Italian Cate-taker Committee Chairman

 

An Inter-Talk is then arranged and time is dedicated to address the issue. It is arranged as the 14th matter during the IT to address (along with another instance of violence occurring in Vicenza):

 

14)  DISCIPLINARY MEASURES, ORIENTATION CLASS / RECOMMENDATION TO THE EUROPEAN REGION
a)   THE THREE  LORDS IN VICENZA INVITED TO THE COMMITTEE ISSUES THAT LEAD TO THEIR MISCONDUCT IN
      THE PUBLIC(14MINUTES)
b)  NAPOLI FORUM COORDINATOR TO PRESENT INCIDENT THAT TOOK PLACE IN NAPOLI( 10MINUTES)
C)  LORDS INVOLVED IN THE INCIDENT (5MINUTES) EACH
D) TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE TO PROVE (2MINUTES) EACH

 

However the IT does not go well.

Steve Osagiev (Italy Zone human trafficker now serving 6 years in prison) the Zonal Ihaza AKA ‘Lord Jessy Makoko’ explains:

 

The minutes of the last excos itohan,Napoli Forum on the 20-08-2011
na jew name ebuwa ,lord jessy makoko,s.k high temple2002,
       On that day during the excos IT some temple ayes that was not invited entered into the ground and started interupting my C.D..
        Jew name santus edokpayi,(Aye kaduna nzogwu)
        Jew name john osas aka fifthy(Aye Gbasi gbagada)
       As the itohan was going on,Jew name osho(bucher) said categorically that he doesn`t Recognise Jew name shedrack as the cordinator of the forum and shortly after Jew name fifthy also sophocated my cordinator and that was how the itohan was obstructed without due protocols observed…Then as the caios increased,all men decided to move but Lord Jessy Makoko was attached by Jew name Fifthy and Jew name Santus,tearing my shirt and harrassing me publicly..After some time Jew name ola and kp joined and they pronounced to raba me but The police interveined due to the crowd alert and constituiting of nuisance within residential area..
     After some time,the excos was able to move and change ground in other to fulfil the cry of Mama itohan…
    We were able to agree that Jew name Oshare should pay the for lost item in question..
    He agreed to pay without stress for the item in question within the period of three months..
 I n conclusion,with all due respect my Lords, I hereby leave this case for all the Head in the european region to look into this matter whereby uninvited  Temple Aiyes burst into escho sophocating my CD and attemted to rebel the escho..I will appreciate if my Regional Head look into matter and judge in the NBM way…
          With all Due Respect,
         Lord Jessy Makoko,jew name ebuwa
         Treasurer Italian zonal comitee..

 

Lord Ngũgĩ wa Thiong (Iroguosa Orlando) adds to the story documenting an incident before the IT where he was threatened by Johnbull who told him he’d tell all to the police should action be taken against him (a promise he clearly followed through on)

 

na me be lord NGUGI WA THIONG’O
Cordi napoli forum
AYE my regional head,COE,other Heads in the region,fellow cordi’s and to the committe chair man.
I don’t have much to say because JN ebuwa lord jessy makoko,s.k high temple 2002,as said it all about what happened at the last exco itohan,when those that were not invited came and disturb the peace of the itohan,what i really want is for my regional HEAD and my chair man care taker committe to help me ask (jn JOHN osas known as 50 cent,AYE barsi bagada ikpentan 2004 ) what is his aim in the movement and what he wants from me or the movent? he saw me at the train station before the itohan and he was insulting me and wanted to fight with me and treating to use police for lords if any thing happens to him,this he also said to my committe chair man.
OBSERVATION:I will want the region heads and committe chair man to look into the issue of (jn JOHN osas AKA 50 cent,AYE barsi bagada ikpentan 2004 )and the rest of his loyalist because they are out to bring the name of NBM down and for that simple reason i don’t belive they are needed in the system any more.
Make my heads when nor be headace use their good office to tackle this issue and may your regime never fail ASSSSEEEEEEE!!!!!!
LORD NGUGI WA THIONG’O
IKPENTAN 97
NAPOLI CORDI.

 

Italian Care-taker Committee Chairman Lord Ibin Godidi (Uwagboe Osahenagharu) forwards the matter to the European Regional Coordinator recommending Johnbull be de-axed:

 

Aye Axemem

Aye my European Regional Coordinator

We the members of the Neo Black Movement of Africa that constitute the care-taker committee  working out modalities to meet up with National Body’s requirement in line with the constitution of NBM on acticle 5 section 19 amendment under the guidance of the European regional body to re-activate Italian zone felt it necessary to announce to the European regional body notification on progressive step taken so far in napoli incident of breaking and entering
The committee resolution items that was sent to the region (item 1) has be archived after inter- contact conversation with the napoli coordinator confirmed
that his properties was return back  to his resident by one of the involved  lord JN osasuwmen, Lord Ayakata Morhammend  FJ 1(1999 ) time reported
22:45 pm before 00 hour the deadline immediately RCD was informed through fhone contact . Before we move on to the next (item 2) the committee executive here by agreed and recommend to NBM European Regional Coordinator. JN johnbull osas (a.k.a Fifty cent) Lord barsi bagada( ikpitan2004 ) for
De-axetiation, while JN santus edokpayi,(Aye kaduna nzogwu)  for indefinite suspension.
The Italian committee urge the region to act as quickly as possible before things fall apart . lords who have the goes to insult coordinator, fight and tear
committee treasurer shirt in the pubic, neglecting NBM constitution can also do the same to any zonal head if he is not death with for others to learn
may korofo grant us all our heart desire as work together with unity to archive a better aim for NBM world wide Aye Axemen !!!!!!!

Lord Ibin Godidi
Lippopo 2006
Care-Taker Committee Chairman

 

The recommendation is accepted and the de-axation notice is served by the Austria Head (this would generally be an unorthodox member to make that decision but this came at a time when the Italy Zone had been stripped of it’s Zonal status and all Lords placed under the Austria Zones authority) 

 

Notice of Suspension and Deaxation

Aye my ZH, Cordis and Axemen world wide,
By the powers conferred on me by the council of elders neo black movement of africa, I hereby deaxe Juname fifty, Lord Bazi Bagada (Ikpitan 2004).
Juname Santus Edopkayi,(kaduna Nzeogu), Juname Oshodi, juname Ola and Juname KP are all placed on indefinite suspension till further notice.
As agreed, Oshare should pay the said amount within the time frame or he will be the next for deaxation.
Aye axemen!!!
Jesse Makoko,
Axe Head, Austria Zone.
KB’98

 

 

Germany Zone Wahala – Rape of Lord’s Wife

Not the first sexual offence documented in the blog. 

Another instance been the year long raping of a 12 year old child by a member of the Canada Zone

Whats notable in these instances is that members aren’t de-axed for raping children or for drugging and raping women. They are de-axed for raping the children of other members (or close associates) and de-axed for raping the wives of other members.

How many instances of rape and paedophilia go unpunished because the victims are unrelated to other “Lords”?

Cultists are well known to use rape as a weapon. The NBM say they “against rape”. This yet another example of how they do the things they say they are against. 

 

Neo Black Movement Germany e.V

                                                         NBM German zone
Office of National Head/EXCO
Office of National Chairman/CEO
All Zonal Heads/EXCO Members
All Zonal Chairmen/COE Members
All Forums Coordinators/Members
NBM Worldwide
Aye Axmen,
                                                           De-axed Notification
This is an official message to all member of NBM worldwide about De-axed pronouncement against previously known as Lord Obafemi Awolowo and Jew-Name Moris Okah. This decision was taken during the IT held in Hamburg on the 3rd March, 2012 and those reasons involved are as follows:
The said Axe-man above drugged a lords wife and sexually embarrasssed her. The lady is now going through a therapy with the aid and advise from a medical doctor.
It’s a very humiliating thing and a crime. A rape against our brotherhood, and a gross misconduct.
All Axemen worldwide are advised to distance themselves from the DE-AXED Aye and stop any further communication with him.
Dodorima,
Lord Patrice Lumumba
Ikpitan ‘99
Eye, German zone.

 

NBM – End Game

Nearly peed myself a little bit when I saw this….

I did have the intention yesterday of collecting together the little bits of information that evidence the Neo Black Movement’s continued involvement within the Nigerian university system. The little bits put together put it beyond any doubt whatsoever.

I’ll stress once again: The NBM continually state that they have pulled out of the university system.

I state again: this is a big stinking lie. 

The NBM state this for one reason and one reason only: it is illegal for them to have a presence in the university system. 

Here below is an NBM communique that proves the temples still exist and are under NBM control (this was actually spelled out really clearly here too). 

It also (at the bottom) documents what the Black Axe’s end game is: 

“if the number and strenght in numbers can be unified most expecially towards political objectives, nbm in a not too distant future would produce a president of Nigeria thesame way the free-mason fratenity of America has produce over four president of America”

God help us all should the future entail any country having an NBM mafia President at it’s helm.

The communique:

 

Temple refers to a place where activities of the movement takes place and at thesame time is the movement coded way of refering to tertiary institutions where movement activities still exist. In the last few years , there as been a proliferations of  temples. Presently, there are over eighty temples in Nigeria. Basically temples are divided into two, the MOTHER temple and the HIGH temples. The mother temple is equally divided into, Mother temple one and mother  temple two thesame way some high temples have high temple one and high temple two. Below are some of the known temples and where they exist.
                                                                                       EDO STATE
1, UNIVERSITY OF BENIN UGBOWO CAMPUS
FUTA JALLON MOTHER TEMPLE ONE
2, UNIVERSITY OF BENIN EKENWAN CAMPUS
FUTA JALLON MOTHER TEMPLE TWO
3, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EKIADOLOR
IKPITAN HIGH TEMPLE
4, EDO STATE POLYTECHNIC, USEN
ESE – OVIA HIGH TEMPLE
5, IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY, OKADA
SANAGA HIGH TEMPLE
6, AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY, OKADA
UDI HIGH TEMPLE
7, EDO STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, IGUORIAKHI
OKE-OVIA HIGH TEMPLE
8, BENDEL STAE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ANWAI
LIMPOPO HIGH TEMPLE
9, AUCHI POLYTECHNIC, AUCHI
KANEM BORNO HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                        LAGOS STATE
1, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS                                                                                 
KIRIJI HIGH TEMPLE  
2, FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FISHERIES AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY
IGBOSERE HIGH TEMPLE
3, LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNIC, ISOLO
ELUKU HIGH TEMPLE
4, YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
ETI-OSA HIGH TEMPLE
5, LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY OJO
EWEKOKO HIGH TEMPLE
6, FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKOKA LAGOS
SUB ETIOSA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                     DELTA STATE
1, DELTA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AGBOR
SANCTA IKA HIGH TEMPLE
2, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM, EFFURUN                                          OLOIBIRI HIGH TEMPLE
3, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WARRI
AZANIA HIGH TEMPLE
4,DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY ABRAKA
KANTA ETHIOPIA HIGH TEMPLE
5, FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ASABA                                                             OFUOBI HIGH TEMPLE
6, DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OZORO                                                                       ASHANTI HIGH TEMPLE
7, DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OGWASHI
LAKE ALOR HIGH TEMPLE
8, NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY                                                                                                 EGBESU HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                       NIGER STATE
1, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA                                                  SHIRORO HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                     ENUGU STATE
1, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA                                                                        BERMUDA 1 HIGH TEMPLE
2, UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, ENUGU                                                                             BERMUDA 2 HIGH TEMPLE
3, INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU                                         ADAMAWA HIGH TEMPLE
4, ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                             KILIMANJARO HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                            ANAMBRA STATE
1, MADONNA UNIVERSITY, OKIJA
KANTA OKEMINI HIGH TEMPLE
2, ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ULI                  OGBUIDE HIGH TEMPLE
3, NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA                                                                           ZAMBEZI HIGH TEMPLE
4  FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO                                                                                       KALAKUTA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                              ABUJA
1, UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA, GWAGWALADA
SOMALIA HIGH TEMPLE
2, DORBEN POLYTECHNIC ABUJA
ZUMA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                            CROSS RIVER STATE
1,  CALABAR POLYTECHNIC
BAKASSI HIGH TEMPLE
2, CROSS RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
KANTA BAKASSI HIGH TEMPLE
3, UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR
MORIQUA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                   EKITI STATE
1, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ADO-EKITI
ROCKY OLOTA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                      SOKOTO STATE
1, UTHMAN  DANFODIYO UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO
SAHARA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                     RIVER STATE
1, RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                         BENIKRUKRU HIGH TEMPLE
2, RIVERS STATE POLYTECHNIC, BORI                                                                
KANTA BENIKRUKRU HIGH TEMPLE
3, UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT
OKEMINI HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                KOGI STATE
1,FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, IDAH
INIKPI DRAGON HIGH TEMPLE
2, KOKI STATE UNIVERSITY, ANYIGBA
OFU HIGH TEMPLE
3, KOGI STATE POLYTECHNIC, LOKOJA
AJAYI CROWTHER HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                 OGUN STATE
1, UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, ABEOKUTA
ALABATA HIGH TEMPLE
2, OGUN FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OFFA
IDI HIGH TEMPLE
3, MOSHOOD ABIOLA POLYTECHNIC, ABEOKUTA
OLUMO HIGH TEMPLE
4, OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY
OBANTA HIGH TEMPLE
5, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ILLARO
OROONA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                  BENUE
1, BENUE STATE POLYTECHNIC, UGBOKOLO
EL-KANEMI HIGH TEMPLE
2, FIDEL POLY, GBOKO
SWEM KARAGBE HIGH TEMPLE
3, UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE MAKURDI
IFI  HIGH TEMPLE 1
4, BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY
IFI  HIGH TEMPLE 2
                                                                                  IMO STATE
 1,  FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI                                        NARAGUTA HIGH TEMPLE
2, ALVAN IKOKU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OWERRI
AGULU LAKE HIGH TEMPLE
3, FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE
IKENGA HIGH TEMPLE
4, EVAN ENWEREM UNIVERSITY, OWERRI                                                              KENNETH KAUNDA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                     EBONYI
1, AKANU IBIAM FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UNWANA-AFIKPO                                            BIAFRA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                      JOS STATE
1, UNIVERSITY OF JOS                                                                                                             ZARAMA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                 KADUNA STATE
1, KADUNA POLYTECHNIC, KADUNA                                                                             BARKIN KADA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                             NASARAWA STATE
1,FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NASARAWA                                                                       GWADANA HIGH TEMPE
                                                                               ONDO STATE
1, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, AKURE                                                  IKOGOSI HIGH TEMPLE
2, ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO                                                              IKOGOSI HIGH TEMPLE 1
                                                                                OYO STATE
1, IBADAN POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN
KUDETI HIGH TEMPLE 1
2, IBADAN POLYTECHNIC, ERUWA
KUDETI HIGH TEMPLE 2
3, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
 OGUNPA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                                 BORNO STATE
1, UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI
LAKE CHAD HIGH TEMPLE
2, RAMAT POLYTECHNIC, MAIDUGURI                                                                         RWANDA HIGH TEMPLE
                                                                             OSUN STATE
1, OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE                                                           ODUDUWA HIGH TEMPLE
2, OSUN STATE POLYTECHNIC, IREE                                                                            OKEMEJE HIGH TEMPLE
The  above are only some of the temples, there exist many other temples in different part of Nigeria and if the number and strenght in numbers can be unified most expecially towards political objectives, nbm in a not too distant future would produce a president of Nigeria thesame way the free-mason fratenity of America has produce over four president of America.

 

 

 

NBM OF AFRICA MANUAL OF PROCEDURES

The NBM have withdrawn (in order to comply with the law) from the universities they say…. Their secret ‘Manual of Procedures’ says otherwise. 

 

NBM OF AFRICA MANUAL OF PROCEDURES

 

SCHEDULE 1

 

NBM MEMBERS PROCEDURES

 

  1. INITIATION/INDUCTION

 

  • Interested candidates shall obtain application form from the Zonal Council of Elders.

 

  • Completed application form shall be returned to the Zonal COE Chairman in duplicate with relevant highest certificate.

 

  • The Zonal COE shall invite the applicants for screening/interview at a date determines by the Council.

 

  • Successful applicants shall be forwarded to the National COE through her Chairman for final approval.

 

  • Approved applicants shall be invited for initiation/induction and shall pay the approved prescribed fees before initiation.

 

  • Applicants shall be sponsored by two active Black Lords from the Zone in, which application is obtained.

 

  • Membership application forms shall be issued to zones by the NCOE Chairman with a prescribed fee, which shall be determined from time to time.

 

  • Initiation ceremony shall be conducted according to the Movement traditions. Prospective members shall kneel before the Head, Chief Priest and the Chairman Council of Elders, and swear to an oath administered by the Chief Priest as provided under Section 2 below.

 

  • There shall be induction of qualified initiated members into the fold of the Black Lords on the National Convention day.

 

  • There shall be prescribed fees approved by the National Council of Elders payable by intending Black Lords through their resident Zones for the purpose of induction.

 

  • Intending Black Lords shall swear to an oath administered by the National Chief Priest as provided under section 3 below.

 

  1. OATH OF MEMBERS

 

I ————- wishing to be an Axe man do hereby make oath and say as follows:

 

That I will live, speak and fight for the best interest of all within the Neo-Black Movement. That with the cooperation of my fellow Axemen shall fight and struggle for the unity of all oppressed people. A cry from anyone of us in the Neo-Black Movement shall echo in the body of our common goal and in self defense we shall protect our common interest. The day I become an agent of murder, oppression or discrimination against the black race, should this Kokoma squeeze life out of me. So help me God.

 

  1. INITIATION WORDS FROM THE HEAD

 

The head shall after the Oath initiate the applicant with the following words:

 

“According to the powers conferred on me by the Council of Elders, I initiate you into the Neo Black Movement of Africa. You shall henceforth be known and called Aye-­within the Neo Black Movement of Africa”.

 

  1. OATH OF BLACK LORD

 

I __________________________________ do solemnly swear to continue at all times to be loyal and dedicated to the Neo Black Movement and to do everything within my capability that could enhance the well being and objectives of the Movement. So help me God.

 

  1. OATH OF OFFICE FOR EXECUTIVE/COE MEMBERS.

 

I ________________________ do solemnly swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Neo Black Movement that as _______ I will discharge my duty creditably without fear or favour, affection or ill-will to the best of my ability, faithfully in accordance with the constitution of the Movement. That I will not directly or indirectly communicate or reveal to any person(s) any matter which shall be brought under my communication except as may be required for the due discharge of my duty. That I shall strive to preserve and uphold the aims and objectives contained in the constitution of the Movement and devote myself to the service and well being of the black race. So help me God.

 

  1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

  1. No initiation shall be accepted except it is approved by the National Council of Elders, conducted according to NBM constitution and this membership procedure.

 

  1. Initiation shall be presided over by the National Head or his designate.

 

  1. All membership application forms shall be duly endorsed by the NCOE Chairman and National Head.

 

  1. No person other than a graduate from institution of higher learning shall be initiated into the movement, except such initiation is approved by the National Council of Elders.

 

  1. The original membership application form of Jus shall be submitted to the NCOE Chairman, while the duplicate be retained by the Zone.

 

  1. No Zone shall initiate more than Fi1teen (15) Jus in one NBM year.

 

  1. Any Zone that fails to comply with the provisions of this membership procedure shall be guilty of an offence and liable to sanction, whereas the Zonal officers shall be punished by the National body according to NBM tradition.

 

  1. Initiation shall be organized and conducted by the National Body in accordance with the membership procedure of the Movement.

 

 

 

 

_________________                                                                           ________________

CHAIRMAN NCOE                                                                                     NATIONAL BEAD

 

 

 

SCHEDULE II:

 

  1. ORDEROF MEE’fING1JOLLY

 

(a)         NATIONAL CONVENTION

 

  1. Attendance/accreditation of delegates
  2. Introduction of high table officials
  3. Opening prayers from National C.P
  4. Introduction of all present
  5. B.M Anthem
  6. NCOE Chairman address to declare Convention open
  7. Review of the previous National Convention Action Items.
  8. National Head address/report
  9. Zonal Heads Report
  10. Response to National / Zonal Heads address
  11. Constitutional amendments (where applicable)
  12. Motions/resolutions
  13. Ratification of National EXCO appointments (Where applicable)
  14. Dissolution of National EXCO (Where applicable)
  15. Swearing in of Zonal Heads
  16. Swearing in of National EXCO
  17. Adjournment
  18. Closing prayers from C.P

 

(b)         NCOE MEETING

  1. Attendance/accreditation
  2. Prayers by the Chief Priest
  3. Introduction of all present
  4. B.M Anthem
  5. Reading/adoption of minutes
  6. Matters arising from the minutes
  7. Correspondence/messages
  8. NCOE Chairman address
  9. National Head report
  10. Response to Chairman / Head reports
  11. Financial matters
  12. O.B,
  13. Election of National EXCO(where applicable)
  14. Election of NCOE Chairman/Scribe (where applicable)
  15. Adjournment
  16. Closing prayer by the CP

 

 

(c)          EXECUTIVE MEETING

  1. Attendance
  2. Prayers by the Chief Priest
  3. Reading/Adoption of minutes
  4. Matters arising from the minutes
  5. Head reports
  6. Report from other Exco members
  7. AOB
  8. Adjournment
  9. Closing prayers from the C.P

 

  1. d) ZCOE MEETINGS
  2. Attendance/accreditation
  3. Opening Prayers
  4. Introduction of all present
  5. B.M Anthem
  6. Reading/adoption of minutes
  7. Matters arising from the minutes
  8. Correspondence/messages
  9. ZCOE Chairman address
  10. Zonal Head report
  11. Response to Chairman/Head reports
  12. Financial matters
  13. AOB – Appointment of Zonal Exco (where applicable)
  14. Election of ZCOE Chairman/Scribe (where applicable)
  15. Adjournment
  16. Closing prayer

 

  1. JOLLY FORMAT
  2. Prayer by the host Chief Priest
  3. Introduction of all present
  4. RM Anthem
  5. Pronouncement by the presiding head
  6. Jolly of all present
  7. Initiation of Jus (where applicable)
  8. Refreshment
  9. Announcements
  10. Jolly by all
  11. Closing prayer by the Chief Priest

 

 

 

 

 

  1. TRADITIONAL DRESSING.

 

  1. The general uniform for Axemen shall consist of:

(a)         Black beret cap

(b)         Black regalia with NBM logo printed on the back and Personal national number printed on the left breast side.

(c)          Yellow waist chord

(d)         A pair of long yellow stockings.

(e)         A pair of black trousers

(f)          A white long sleeve shirt

(g)         Yellow bead: – band (Lords only.)

(h)         A pair a black canvas (A pair of black shoes during outing service)

(i)          A metallic coated small AXE

 

  1. The uniform for Head shall consist of all items in (l) above except item The regalia for Head is made of red material.

 

  1. The uniform for Chief Priest shall consist of all items in (1) accept the regalia for Head is made of white material.

 

 

 

 

_________________                                                                           ________________

CHAIRMAN NCOR                                                                                     NATIONAL HEAD

 

 

SCBEDULE III:

 

CEREMONIAL PROCEDURE

 

  1. APPROVED CEREMONIES

The approved ceremonies of the Movement which shall be attended by members include:

(a)         Member’s death

(b)         Member’s marriage

(c)          Member’s wife death

(d)         Member’s parents death

 

  1. NBM RESPONSIBILITY IN A MEMBER’S CEREMONY

(a)         The Zone the member belongs shall be responsible for the arrangement of such ceremony.

 

(b)         Whereas the ceremony is taking place in a Zone other than the resident Zone of the member, such other Zone shall assist to achieve the desired goal.

 

(c)          The Zone of the member shall be responsible financially and shall be supported by other Zones.

 

(d)         In case of a members death, NBM shall participate in the burial ceremony with the- member’s family. And shall also assist the family financially.

 

(e)         In case of member’s marriage, wife’s death or parent’s death, NBM shall aid a member financially as may be decided by his Zone.

 

  1. MODE OF INVITATION:

 

  • NBM shall be notified not less than two months to the day of ceremony, unless in the case of death where short notice shall be honoured.

 

  • Invitation to ceremony shall be addressed to the Zonal/National Head, accompanied with two bottles of wine.

 

  • Accommodation shall be provided for National Head and NCOE Chairman.

 

  • A clear statement of NBM responsibility shall be stated in the invitation to such ceremony.

 

  • All approved ceremonies shall be deemed to be National Ceremonies presided over by the National/Zonal Head.

 

  1. MODE OF DRESSING

 

  • Members shall be on ceremonial Christmas dress and ceremonial regalia to attend member’s marriage or death ceremony.

 

  • In case of wife’s death or parent’s death, members shall be on civil dresses.

 

  • Jollification/procession shall be held only during member’s marriage or death

 

  • Jollification shall be held at the discretion of a member during any other ceremony where the movement is duly invited.

 

  1. QUALIFICATION

 

  • A registered qualified due paying Lord is entitled to invite NBM or to be invited by other members to such approved ceremonies.

 

  • Such member must have invited the movement officially in accordance with this ceremonial procedure.

 

 

 

_________________                                                            ____________________

CHAIRMAN NCOE                                                                     NATIONAL HEAD

 

TEMPLE REFORMS / PROCEDURES

 

  1. INTRODUCTION

 

The Black High Temple should remain the primary most active cadre of the movement. These young men possess tremendous amount of energy. If they are well informed and directed could serve the useful purpose of keeping the masses of our people informed of their democratic rights and obligations.

 

Neo-Blackism if properly packaged and imbibed can lead to a greater state of contentment in our youths, dynamite their potentials in new direction and enable them to see the potentials around them. With the fraternal-instincts and ruggegity most of them already have, compiled with knowledge and proper understanding of Neo-Blackism, we will have a new source of potential leaders with the ability to speak for Africans and the Black man worldwide.

 

  1. FORMATION

The institution of higher learning is a Black High Temple. This law empowered the Zone to establish a temple in the area of its jurisdiction and report to the National Body. No Temple shall be under any other Temple

 

  1. MANAGEMENT OF A TEMPLE

The Zone shall provide guidelines for the management of the Temple(s) under it.

 

  1. STRUCTURE OF A TEMPLE

The Temple should be organized and structured in a manner to control admission of members and right to initiate.

 

  1. DUTIES OF A TEMPLE

Black High Temple shall engage in the following activities:

 

Observance of certain special days like African liberation day, international day for the elimination of racial discrimination, Sharpville and Soweto massacres, Aba women’s riot day, Founders day, Martin Luther King day, Malcolm x, Bob Marley day as well as the usual student solidarity days like Kunle Adepeju and Akintunde Ojo day. These days could be marked with posters, notices, write-ups, Mourning’s or Jollies.

 

Organization of workshops, seminars, lectures both in-house for members only or for the general student body or indeed members of the public on Pan-Africanism, Blackism, Black history, Traditional Religion.

 

Student unionism, sports and socials community development and charitable activities, good works to complement Government efforts and give back to society.

 

Liaison with the local zone or other blackist organization in the college or local area.

 

Serve as a local distribution centre for the Uhuru magazine and engage in publication of their own local magazine if possible.

 

Engage in commercial and fund-raising activities on campus and in the immediate local community commercial activities should be such as would positively develop the campus and local community and reflect the aims and aspirations of the N.B.M

 

Promote, organize and participate in local cultural activities that reflect our aims and aspirations.

 

Organization of a movement-week once a session to create awareness about the activities of the organization.

 

Stand resolutely inn defence of the week both on the campus and in the local community Resist attempts by campus authorities, lecturers to oppress students especially females using the law and other legal means to effect justice for the oppressed.

 

  1. DUTIES OF A TEMPLE AXEMAN

 

The duties of an AXE-MAN shall include to;

 

  • Show a positive commitment and a willingness to sacrifice for the development of African and the Blank-man world-wide as reflected in the aims and objectives of the Neo-Black movement.

 

  • Engage in active student unionism, sports and socials while striving for Excellence in academics. Strike a balance between the various facets that make up college or campus life.

 

  • Develop leadership attributes, resourcefulness, focus, initiative, fitness, discipline as behooves Neo-Black men of the Neo-Black movement.

 

  • Develop an understanding of Neo-Blackism, especially the pan-africanist, blackist components as well as a proper grounding in African and Black history enhanced by private study, participation in seminars, workshop, meeting and other activities of the local temple, zone or national body including those organized by other blackist organizations.

 

  • Engage actively in community development, charitable activities and good works as a way of complementing Government efforts and giving back to society.

 

  • Participate in the Fraternal and ritual elements of Neo-Blackism as reflected in the foot­ball, initiation rites, mournings, jollies and’ other related activities of the Neo-Black movement.

 

  • Develop an understanding of the inner workings of democracy as a system of Government, Nigerian constitution, citizenship rights and legal system as a step towards full awareness of legal right, self-empowerment and the empowerment of others.

 

 

 

7. OTHER PROVISIONS

 

In the interim the following measures should be approved for implementation.

 

  • The Zones to carry out cleansing exercises in the temples under them.
  • Temple initiations shall be approved and organized by the Zone.
  • Hence forth Temples within a Zone shall conduct joint initiation.
  • No non student shall be allowed to hold any office in the Temple.
  • Those involved in killing rape and robbery should be deaxed.
  • Those involved in examination malpractices should be deaxed
  • Those lagging non students within the campus should be identified and deaxed
  • No non student should be initiated in the Temple.
  • Only twenty persons shall be approved for initiation in a Temple every academic year.

 

 

 

 

 

_________________                                                            ____________________

CHAIRMAN NCOE                                                                     NATIONAL HEAD

 

 

See also: https://bemigho147watch.wordpress.com/2016/11/13/nbm-2016-constitution/