Spain Zonal Eye Wahala

Aye my Chairman & My Elders
It is very unfortunate that thing are going on this way,It all boil down to experience which
give birth to higher orientation in any position you finds yourself there is no doubt about it,
we are all  learning, all position weather assistance you call it is contest for, there must
be  an election.
You cannot just make a Zonal Eye on a personal discretion from a recognized Forum within
the same zone without the knowledge of the said forum Coordinator & his EXCOs and push
it to the COE for approved. The said lord (Candidate) must have 2/3 major of approval by
the Excos of that forum if such appointment/election must ever happen. If this process was
not followed that means the process is totally wrong, you do not imposed a person on
people who fellowship in the same forum. The Zonal Coe need to have a record of the said
person from the forum directly to ascertain if the person pay his due, attends IT or  if they
have the full knowledge of him that will discharge his duties in accordance in respect to the
position without a conflict.
For any lords to a member of NCOE or elected into the National EXCO he must belong to a
zone and he need a zonal approval and everything concern the lord will be
made known to the NCOE before is eligible to contest any position. A National
Head cannot imposed any Exco position weather assistance or otherwise to a
zone. The Zone recommends a lord to National assistance, so it is apply to a
zone to forum issue. If this point is not agreed on we can take it
to for further debate for clarity seeks.
There is a cry in Sevilla forum where their coordinator (CD) and 3 other
lords made a complain that their CD was suspended for his constructive contribution
to the way further of this great Zone, although I am not in position to welcome their
claim, I have to direct them to the Zonal COE chairman, where the highest law

making power can decided if the claim was right or wrong, we are all one brother in
a hood, we need to differential an constructive argument, an insult, an
indiscipline so as not to apply personal grief to judgment, sometime is good to
seek and check properly if I am really insulted as person , my position is been
insulted or I felt insulted on try to discharge my assigned duties. Every action
has its own price.
I will not remain silent as far as this great Zone is concern; we need to look into issue
to correct our disunity, I use this medium to appear to the zonal COE to look into this
piece of mind, if the coordinator desires more punishment or freedom. As a founding
Zonal Head and a permanent Elder which via rumors many say they will not
recognized there is a founding member, I am sorry history has made it so; I remain a
recognized Founding member I must speak what I know & the truth, nobody can
enforce my silent for all what I have put into this great zone both dedication,
financially, physically contribution for years no stop, I thank GOD I speak for future
Lord Ibn Battuta
Ju Bishop.

Here are South Africa’s top scammers listed by the FBI

South Africa’s “Top Scammers”. Seven of them. All NBM.


The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has listed South Africa’s (Cape Town based) top scammers who are suspected of running international wide-scale fraud.

The scammers, who are part of the Black Axe group, failed to get the beginning of their extradition to the United States thrown out of the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Friday, 5 March 2022. They face charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, money laundering and aggravated identity theft in the United States.


According to the BBC Black Axe is a violent mafia-style gang in Nigeria linked to murder and fraud. It has infiltrated the country’s political system and launched a global scamming operation well beyond Nigeria’s borders.

According to the FBI, Black Axe operated in various countries, including South Africa, and was organised into regional chapters known as “zones.” Black Axe worldwide was governed by a National Council of Elders and members of Black Axe were referred to as “Axemen” or “Ayes.”

The FBI said in or around 2013, the Cape Town Zone of Black Axe was formed. In or around 2018, the Zone was registered as an organisation with South Africa’s Company and Intellectual Property Commission.

The men are accused of swindling lonely women on online dating or social websites, making false statements about their ability and intention to provide and arrange for loans, inheritances, and other forms of financing. 

The accused all transferred money across an interstate wire that travelled through New Jersey, which is why the FBI is investigating these Africa-based alleged scammers.

The accused are as follows:

  • Perry Osagiede, also known as “Lord Sutan Abubakar de 1st” or “Rob Nicolella” or “Alan Salomon”.
  • Enorense Izevbigie, also known as “Richy Izevbigie” or “Lord Samuel S Nujoma”.
  • Franklyn Edosa Osagiede, also known as “Lord Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela”, “Edosa Franklyn Osagiede” as well as “Dave Hewitt” or “Bruce Dupont”.
  • Osariemen Eric Clement, also known as “Lord Adekunle Ajasi” or “Aiden Wilson”.
  • Egbe Tony Iyamu, also known as “Lord Aminu Kano” or “Richard Amall”.
  • Collins Owhofasa Otughwor, also known as “Lord Jesse Makoko” or “Philip Coughlan”.
  • Musa Mudashiru, also known as “Lord Oba Akenzua”.

Suspected member of ‘Black Axe’ fraud gang known as ‘The Banker’ arrested as Gardai seize €35k cash

Irish police were going to call him ‘The Shoe Collector’ and then found a few hundred euros.

(Please note the Sun has a long history of accurate, high level and highly respected journalism)

A SUSPECTED member of the notorious ‘Black Axe’ fraud gang known as ‘The Banker’ has been arrested by gardai, the Irish Sun can reveal.

The man was nabbed by investigators from the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau under ‘Operation Skein’.

He’s now being held under gangland legislation.

Gardai have also seized €35,000 in cash and frozen €100,000 in bank accounts.

We can also reveal officers also recovered an Irish passport, a South African passport and a Nigerian passport.

A source said: “This is a very significant arrest of someone who is considered to be high up in this criminal organisation.”

The huge garda operation – under the command of Det Supt Michael Cryan and Det Chief Supt Pat Lordan – was launched to target the gang suspected of laundering €14.4m through Irish banks.

The cash laundered in Irish accounts was raised through invoice redirect scams across the world.

As part of the probe, gardai are also working with Interpol, Europol, the FBI and law enforcement agencies around the world.

Gardai have also identified 400 suspects, made over 100 arrests and sent files to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Conman Giuseppe Diviccaro, 45, is just one of those who was caged after he opened seven bank accounts here and recruited 13 people from Italy to travel to Ireland to open accounts.

For further info on a wide range of online fraud and how to protect yourself see

Tension In Osun As Cultists Kill 7 Youths


There was tension on Tuesday in Ilesa, Osun State, as seven youths were killed during a clash between two rival cult groups.

The violence erupted around Idasa and spread to Ifofim, Brewery and Irojo as members of Eye and Aye confraternities clashed. 

It was gathered that the leader of the Aye cult group, identified as Job Akinola aka Olupoti, was killed on Saturday during the All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial primary election in Ward 6, Odogbo-Ijesa, Atakunmosa East Local Government Area.

Olupoti group went for revenged yesterday and the resultant clash caused panic in the town as residents lamented that cultists were killing themselves like fowls. 

 The police spokesperson in the state, Yemisi Opalola, told City & Crime that five people were killed during the clash. 

Our correspondent gathered that policemen and men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) evacuated seven corpses from the scenes of the violence. 

The NSCDC spokesman in the state, Atanda Olabisi, said law enforcement agents were on top of the situation and that peace had been restored to the affected areas.

Cult clash claims five persons in Delta as police nab 11 suspects


Five suspected cultists were reportedly killed yesterday when Eiye and Black Axe confraternities clashed in Agbarho, Ughelli North Local Council of Delta State.

The Guardian learnt that the clash, which had to do with supremacy battle, started on Sunday, and the police had arrested 11 persons while others fled the community.

Sources hinted that the state Commissioner of Police, Ari Muhammed Ali, had ordered the Command Anti-Cult Unit (SACU), Dragon Patrol Teams and Police Operatives from Agbarho division to ensure that sanity is restored in the community.

Following the order, the DPO Agbarho Division, Sam Ogwa, swung into action and arrested the suspected cultists.

The command’s spokesperson, DSP Bright Edafe, who confirmed the incident, said two Pump action guns, one locally made gun, eight expanded cartridges and 10 rounds of live cartridges were recovered from the suspected cultists.

Edafe said: “Although the situation has been brought under control, more patrol teams have been deployed to forestall any breakdown of law and order in the community.”

He urged parents and guardians to caution their wards to desist from any cult related activities.