Fake military officer arrested with AK-49 in Nasarawa

Nasarawa State Command of the Nigeria Police has arrested 28-year-old Timothy Emmanuel, from Plateau State, on B.A.D road, in Lafia Local Government Area, for impersonating a military officer.

Also paraded were 60 other suspects who were arrested at different times, and locations for various offenses in the state.

The Commissioner of Police in Nasarawa State, Adesina Soyemi, while parading the suspects said the fake military officer was arrested with a military camouflage uniform, an AK-49 rifle with two magazines and a Toyota Corolla, with registration number ABUJA, BWR 973 CD.

Some of the other culprits arrested were Abimiku Murtala Lucky Ovey, 22, a 100 level computer science student of Federal University of Lafia; Okoli Bright, 25, also a 100 level political science student of University of Jos, and two students of Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia, who are members of the Black Axe confraternity.

A summary of detainees revealed that 16 were kidnappers, 18 cultists, 13 armed robbers, seven rail track vandals, and seven internet fraudsters.

Items recovered include five firearms, five handsets, four ammunition, four trucks/vehicles, two magazines, and one laptop computer.

Police Commissioner Soyemi appealed to the people of the state to be more supportive of the police by availing them with credible information that will help to proactively deal with matters of insecurity in the state.

Malaysia No Be Edo

Lord Yakata Mohd pleeding for the minimum standards (regarding ZH elections) be lowered in the Malaysia Zone due to the shocking low quality of Lordy in that Zone.

Aye Axe Men!!!

The Census of Malaysia zone is over 250 registered lords, and an estimated 300 nonregistered lords. out of the 250 registered lords in Malaysia zone, it was just only 2candidates who were able to declare their intention to head this great non profit making Movement in Malaysia. What can we deduce from such interest without sentiment? ZEAL, LOVE AND DETERMINATION! etc. Aye my fellow lords, if in a population of 250 lords, just 2Aspirants were able to declare their intentions, will u constitutionally screen out the other 1 and elect just one Unopposed? Election is all about Challange, a fight without an opponent is never considered a fight.

National Bodies have their own opinion, Nigerian Zones has their own Guidelines, but one NBM. Majority of us are graduates from Nigeria, and we all know so well, that a Master degree holder will never consider Malaysia as a first choice to hussle, we all know that who ever have a Bsc with a promising job in Nigeria, will never consider Malaysia as a better alternative, we all came here with a single intention to hussle. i see Malaysia and other foreign countries, as a place to make up for your past failures back home in Nigeria, a fresh place for a new beginning. You will all agree with me that Nigeria Based Zones has the highiest number of Graduates as compared to other zones in Diaspora. As long as you will all agree with me that the mode of registration of lords into zones in Nigeria is very much different from the criteria for registering a lord in others zones in diaspora, therefore the criteria for electing an Axe Head in Malaysia Zone should be as well different from that of our zones in Nigeria, 

Our Nigerian Lord does not need an international passport with a valid visa to contest for the position of an head, we are the lords based in malaysia, and we know the fundamental needs of this country, in as much as we know that our certificate is not valid to be employed in any of the insitutions here in Malaysia, why do we need a teeth if it cant be used to chew and bite? we should look more into their sense of reasoning, their boldness, the content of their manifesto and above all the love, dedication and the zeal to move the zone to a greater height. i believe if am not mistaken, the basic reason why the National bodies included the certificate as a criteria to be elected as a head, was to make sure, that the aspirants was employed, therefore, he is not going to depend on/embezzle the NBM purse and to make sure that the lord can think critically. if we should reject a non graduate from being a member of Malaysia zone, just like our brother zones in Nigeria, where do we expect them to fellowship? we dont have temples, forums and neigbourhood here in Malaysia, we are all previledge to be in Malaysia alive, we still remember our temple mentality way back, where we see violence as our basic orientation to keep the movement at its apex position in your location, as a result so many lords has lost their lives and loads has lost their educational career fighting for this course. do you think we should neglect and reject or even denie a lord to the apex office of our zones in diaspora, who has layed down in educational career fighting for this great movement? do you know that over 90% of lords who sacrificed their certificate fighting for the movement in temples do travel abroad to make up for their loose? Korofo so kind, knowing their heart desire has blessed these lords in their endeavour wherever they are, and as a result they will want to come back to this great movement to be elected to the Apex office to practice their experience in life in such way to direct the movement away from violence, coz they ve seen the light in peace.

How do we define a Black lord? basic orientation define a lord as a graduate with a certificate from any higher institution of learning. and this means, an individual who is matured enough to take care of his responsibilities, an individual who does not depend on his family members or his parents for living. To this understanding, that was why during our transformation from a forum to a zone, every Axe Man in Malaysia were declared an Axe Lord.

I will want every lord to read and quote me without sentiment on tribalism nor finacial interest. 21st century Illetrate? a 21st century illetrate is not the individual without a certificate, rather, the individual, who have lived in this world for years, the individual, who has been through the four walls of the university, without the school going through them and this means, an individual who cannot read for Knowledge and think critically. Have you ever heared of the word ” EDUCATED ILLITRATE” this is what the 21st century illetrate is means.

These lords has faced challenges and insults as an aspirants, and non still havent stepped down nor backed out of the race, i see love for the movement, tolerance and the zeal to move the zone forward. do you think, we should open up the election gates for those lords, who personally screened themselves out without putting up a fight? the strong names we call ourselves today, where those men, who fought for what seemed impossible. This present regime, has faced alot of challenges and was able to rule for 3 good years. if you cant stand strong and firm at the beginning, you will never stand the test of time.

PLS NOTE: NBM Malaysia Zone is not disrespecting the Constitution nor the criteria, in a situation whereby we have more than 8 to 10 aspirants, then the criteria and the National constitution can fully be flexed. But in this situation where the Aspirants are technically 2. the constitution can be “bent” for election to hold. Just like same way we have cut off marks for Jamb, if the number of candidates required cannot meet up with the cut off mark, it will be reduced, before u will be allowed to write the post jamb. this same case applies to us in Malaysia Zone.

From all i have written so far, i will suggest, that these aspirant should go about their campaign, campaign with whatever you have, it is an advantage. All lord of Malaysia Zone, have their own criteria of voting, as our names and faces are different, so also, are our intentions and dreams. therefore the mandate should be left for the zonal lords to decide. if a lord is going to vote because of the certificate, its his right, if he is going to vote because of the finance, its also his right, and if he is going to vote because of personal relationship or tribal benefit, let them decide, you shouldnt force others to agree with your interest.

Morealso, regarding the Vote, to elect an Axe Head by the COE, i already, can tell the result, because there is division in the COE, both Aspirants are members of the ZCOE. We cannot endorse a head, based on their interest, the regime will handover soon, and the COE will be gone, the newly elected HEAD, is going to lead Zonal lords and not the past COE. Therefore the mandate should be left for Zonal Lords.

In Summary, all am trying to say, is that, the National Constitution for the election of lords into diverse offices, cannot be fully flexed in our Zones in Diaspora, we do have a fundamental constitution which provides that, all eligible aspirant, must be;

A registered member of the zone for atleast 1yr.
A documented legal Immigrant
A non Wanted Lord by the Malaysian Govt….etc. 

We are the lords living here, and we know whats best for us. I lord Yakata Mohammed, blended 2002 KEHT, graduated year 2006 from the department of Biochemistry, Delta State University Abraka, is eligible, but its not my wish for the mean time, therefore, i will never support the motion to kill the dreams of lords who have the love to move the zone forward. 

Aye Axe Men!!!

Dju Name Alhajis
Lord Yakata Mohd.
KEHT ’02
Malaysia Zone

Malaysia Zone Wahala

A Message from Lord Oba Akenzua II Dju Name OweezY To C.O.E Malaysia Zone.

Aye Axe Men, Are We Lords Touts? A Message To The C.O.E

It is very disgraceful that in the year 2012 when science and technology has taking over our daily lives and social community, a board of decision makers of an organization (C.O.E Malaysia Zone) will approve a candidate to lead their organization without any educational qualification as required by the constitution. So the C.O.E wants a head of an international zone that has a documented criminal record, a rebellious history, a movement betrayer who plotted with rebels to overthrow his own government even when he was the chairman of the government and again, a member of a very controversial and aimless group (Ofobi Group) who their activities and members are the same with that of our great movement headed by a power drunk member(Dju Name Biafra) who has refused to fellowship with this zone after his handover of power.

Is this a power transfer hijack? is the Ofobi Group trying to control our government by placing their member in our most crucial position? (Headship)? it baffles me how the C.O.E cleared a candidate over looking all these issues.

I have already drawn plans to work with the next government in the area of image re-branding and many others, are you saying when we have an appointment in the Nigeria embassy you want a 21st century illiterate to represent this great movement? When we have appointments with professors of African Studies/History from University of Malaysia and Nottingham, you will have us represented by a 21st century illiterate?

I must say i am very disappointed in dju name kester for declaring his endorsement for a candidate with such history, i use to think you were one of the orientated lords with positive ideas for this movement but after seeing your misdemeanor online supporting a candidate you know very well cannot represent you in any social literate gathering and you say you are a graduate, how will you make such a person lead you?

The first head of Malaysia Zone dju name fomzy has all educational requirements as requested by the constitution and even more so why will lords allow the 2nd head of the same zone to have None? is this going forward or going 7 times backward? without educational qualification you don’t even have the right to say you want to head, is this a spare parts meeting?

I don’t have a problem with anybody but the C.O E for approving a candidate without the required educational requirements by the constitution that governs this great movement or does the C.O.E has the power to overwrite our constitution?

For God sake how will such a candidate even come out in public to declare his intentions to become the head of an international zone that has so many intellectual bulldozers?

I have so many programs planned in which the next head Malaysia zone will have to make so many public appearances and press statements as we work together in creating a better image and social recognition for our great organization so who ever wants to be head must be intellectually and educationally ready to face the challenges.

For those lords who say it is not right to post a scanned copy of a certificate online most probably don’t really have one because if you really have one, you will be more than happy to provide it when ever asked because it is not easy to get one. All the details on your certificate is on your facebook account and even more, you can post your daily and party pictures online to millions of viewers and you think it is wrong to post a scanned copy of a certificate of achievement on our online forum that comprises of your fellow lords? Tout Talk.

I urge the chairman C.O.E Malaysia Zone to provide answers to these many unanswered questions because it will be the death of this zone if this great mistake is not rectified.

The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn – Alvin Toffle

Lord Oba Akenzua II
Dju Name OweezY
Udi 05
Malaysia Zone

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Two of the NBM’s ‘Temple Ayes’ have been killed at KBHT.

A ‘Temple Aye’ is an NBM member prior to graduation who has been inducted into the NBM while at university.

KBHT = Kanem Borno High Temple

Kanem Borno High Temple = Auchi Polytechnic.

It’s notable the very existence of both Temple Ayes and KBHT is highly illegal in Nigeria. Every singe NBM member (unquestionable the full 100%) knowingly lie and cover up the existence of the NBM’s presence in the university system in order to retain the NBM’s fragile, teetering and fabricated legitimacy.

Any who. What happened to these two TA’s that resulted in their deaths?

It was two separate incidents.

The first incident was at an NBM jolly (party) in the bush. A member wandered off from the jolly briefly and upon returning was mistakenly shot by the Temple’s Marshall (Butcher). Presumably quickly buried there in the bush and becoming this weeks guy at school who vanishes.

The second incident. The former Head of KBHT was poisoned. He reportedly had been playing around with a girl working for another cult. Who had him murdered.

The hard reality of life in the gruesome world as a cultist.

End of the road for cultists in Lagos?

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2021/08/end-of-the-road-for-cultists-in-lagos/

CULTISM is one of the social ills that has bedeviled our society for quite some time. It has become so bad that primary school pupils are reportedly getting initiated into the evil practice. Cultism has brought nothing but pains and anguish to affected individuals.

Across the country, it is not unusual to hear news of deadly cult wars that left in their trails wanton destruction of properties and sometimes lives. Such attacks do not portray our society in a positive light. Since development only thrives in a peaceful and conducive environment, the dastardly activities of these cult warriors not only impede development, they also depict our society in bad light.

The predominance of cultism in higher institutions across the country has become alarming and it has caused a lot of damages ranging from destruction of academic calendars, loss of lives and properties, unsafe and uninhabitable environment within and sometimes outside the school’s vicinity.

Severally, government has tried to clamp down on their activities by publicly creating awareness of the ills created by the groups in the society and even as far as publicising the punishment meted to victims when apprehended. Sadly, cultism has gone beyond the four walls of tertiary institutions as it has crept into other sectors of the society.

Being the nation’s commercial and economic nerve centre, Lagos has had its own fair share of cult battles. In places such as Ikorodu, Shomolu, Bariga, Mushin and Ojota, among others, activities of cultists have become a source of worries to the citizens.

In a bid to frontally tackle the evil of cultism in the state, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu recently signed the bill for the Prohibition of Unlawful Societies and Cultism of 2021 into law, approving a 21-year jail term for convicted cultists in the State.

The anti-cultism law repeals the Cultism (Prohibition) Law of 2007 (now Cap. C18, Laws of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2015) and provides for more stringent punitive measures, as well as makes its application all-encompassing and applicable to the general public, as against the restriction of the previous law to students of tertiary institutions.

Sanwo-Olu said the state had suffered the negative effects of unlawful societies and cultism, stressing that the new law sought to make parents more responsible and show more interest in the upbringing of their children and wards to ensure that they do not become a burden to the society.

He said the new law sought to make parents show more interests in the upbringing of their children and wards to ensure they did not become a burden to society.

The State House of Assembly, in February, passed the anti-cultism bill, which stipulated a 15-year jail term for anyone found guilty of abetting cultists and residents who willfully allowed their property to be used as meeting points by cultists.

The anti-cultism law also made its application all-encompassing and applicable to the general public, as against the restriction of the previous law to students of tertiary institutions.

The passing of the new law by the State House of Assembly as well as the speedy ascent to same by Mr. Governor, no doubt, underscores government’s resolve to bluntly address the evil of cultism.

It, however, needs to be emphasised that for the new law to achieve its mission, which is the elimination of cultism in the state, every stakeholder must be on the same page with the government. No matter how good the plans of the government for the citizenry are, if government does not get sufficient buy-in from the people such will amount to nothing.

Therefore, the society must collectively rise up against every habit or practice that makes cultism thrive in our society. Of course, one of such is drug abuse.  It is rather worrisome that drug abusers are mostly youth. This should be a source of great concern to everyone. This is why the pro-health campaign in Lagos State is very strong with usage of multi-sectoral approach and collaborative and synergetic efforts of many MDAs.

Lagos State structured its fight against drug abuse around the Inter-ministerial Drug Abuse Committee that consists of Ministries of Health, Youth and Social Development, Information and Strategy, Transportation, Education, Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs and Lagos Television.

Commendably, Lagos State has established a drug-free club and included drug abuse in its school curriculum to target the school pupils/students. The Lagos State anti-drug war has always attracted support from NDLEA and private sectors with organisations like Emzor Pharmaceuticals Ltd as reliable allies.

Parents and guardians are enjoined to pay close attention to their children. Since every person in the society is first and foremost a product of a home, the role of parents in stemming the tide of the evil of cultism and other such vices in the society cannot be overemphasised. In as much as it is true that parents need to work extra hard to earn a decent living for their respective families, it is, nevertheless, important to stress that every parent’s major responsibility is the proper upbringing of their children.

Once the parents, teachers, religious and traditional institutions as well as other stakeholders play their roles conscientiously, it will be easy to collectively tackle cultism and other related social ills in the society.

As the Sanwo-Olu administration continues with its developmental strides across the state, there is an urgent need for all stakeholders to join hands with government by promoting youth-friendly initiatives that could help channel the bursting energy of the youth into positive use.

To sustain current developmental strides in the state, residents must decide to give peace a chance by cultivating attitudes that attract development.

Perhaps more importantly, youths across the state should be challenged by the successes of some of their colleagues in diverse fields of life, who in-spite of all the odds have become reference points in their chosen fields. There is enough for the youth to explore and achieve in sports, entertainment and ICT, among other such spheres of life.

Adeola Soetan: Student leader who spent 13 years for a five-year course

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2021/08/adeola-soetan-student-leader-who-spent-13-years-for-a-five-year-course/

Adeola Soetan was a staff of the Nigeria Television Authority, NTA, Abeokuta when some young student leaders from the Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU, Ile-Ife visited the station. Cladded in black, they came in connection with the annual commemoration of the June 7, 1981 massacre of six students in Ife by the police.

The students looked so young, yet articulate and confident while being interviewed, that he decided in furthering his studies, to attend the OAU. So in 1986, he was admitted into the institution for a five -year course in Agriculture. He was aged 25.But when he got to the campus, the student union that attracted him, had been banned over protests against the student massacre at the Ahmadu Bello University, ABU.

On campus, he started writing and pasting articles why student unionism should be restored. His articles carried his name and room number. One day, two young students, Yinka Odumakin, later a national figure in Nigerian politics, and Kola Odetola visited and invited him to join a student journal,‘Ripples’. A month later, they invited him to a student seminar where he met young students discussing how to revive the student union and intelligently analysing national and international politics. That was how he joined the radical students movement.

About three    months later, during the university convocation, the representative of the Visitor, Admiral Patrick Koshoni, was stoned by students protesting the trial for treason of eleven electricity senior staff who had gone on strike in protest against the neglect of their sector. Soetan was not present when this happened. He had attended an all-night social party the day before, and slept most of the day. So when Koshoni was stoned, he was sound asleep in his room. About 9.30pm, Odumakin and Odetola    came to his room and asked whether he listened to the NTA Network News. No he hadn’t. So they informed him he was one of the students the university claimed to have identified stoning Koshoni and has therefore been rusticated indefinitely. He was just four months on campus!

Soetan an orphan since 19, was sponsoring himself in school with help from his sister, Rosalyn Soetan. She seemed so devastated and exclaimed: “How could you go and stone the Minister?”    He replied: “ I did not stone the Minister, I was not even there.” She responded: “Ah! Iro ni”(Ah! It is a lie).

Soetan went to court to prove he was not physically present at the convocation and was not given any hearing. Also, to point out that three of the eight rusticated students were pen names, so how could the university claim people whose identity they do not know, were seen stoning the Minister? Additionally, that one of the remaining names, Seni Ajayi was served his rustication letter in Ondo whereas the person served had graduated and left the university! So, it was clearly a case of mistaken identity. Soetan lost the case but the reinvigorated student union asked the rusticated students to resume classes, and the university turned a blind eye.

In April 1990, Soetan was elected the student union President. Shortly afterwards, there were national student protests and the OAU students union was banned and the school closed down for one month.

Then there was an attempted coup in the country on April 22, 1990 and state security agents invaded the campus and abducted two lecturers, Professors Omotoye Olorode and Idowu Awopetu. In the process of spiriting the lecturers away, one of the agents in his car lagged behind, was apprehended by the students and beaten. The university authorities wanted to save the life of the security agent from the thousands of angry students, but could not persuade them, so they appealed to Soetan.

He asked in what capacity he was to intervene since the union had been banned. But the university denied the union was banned. So he spoke to the students and assured them that the union was capable of handling the situation. Later, the university wrote the students inviting them to meet government representatives who were threatening to storm the campus unless the agent was released. The students rejected the letter, insisting it should be properly addressed. Two hours later, the university unbanned the students union and returned with a letter addressed to the President of the students union. So the students agreed to the meeting. The security agent was released after spending 12 days in the    students custody.

In 1991, the National association of Nigerian Students, NANS, ordered a nationwide students boycott of classes in furtherance of its demand for a N2,000 bursary for students and the right to education. When a student congress was called in OAU to mobilise for this protest, a cult group, the Black Axe posted notices decreeing: “No Rally. No protest on campus. Be warned.”    When Soetan led the student congress that held in Awolowo Hall, there were disturbances.

His supporters guided him to safety in his Room 273, Awolowo Hall.    Then the armed cultists smashed his door, dragged him out, broke a flower vase on his head and brought him to the ground floor. It was at that point students realised what was going on and came to his rescue. The cultists broke into a run, fleeing into the hills. But one of them ran to the bar of the Student Union Building, SUB, from where he flung bottles at the students injuring a number. The students retaliated likewise and he was severely injured. He died while being taken to the teaching hospital.

The university was closed down for two weeks. On resumption, Soetan was invited with some students to write a statement on the incident at the More Police Station, Ife. Eighteen of them were detained and later taken to police cells in Ibadan. After about one month, Soetan and three others were brought back to Ife, and amidst police-student street battles, were charged with conspiracy and murder before a magistrate court. They were remanded at the Ilesha prisons where they spent seven months (June 12, 1991-January, 1992) before the police discontinued the case.

On return to campus, Soetan was again expelled, this time for failing to register for two semesters which was impossible as he was in police cell and prison for eight months. The struggle to get him recalled went on for over two years.

  Soetan, even without failing his examinations, spent 13 years in OAU for a five-year programme.  He passed through four Vice Chancellors: Professor Wande Abimbola who first expelled him; Professor Adeniyi Osuntogun, the next to expel him; Professor Wale Omole, the third    to expel him; and Professor Makanjuola Roger who signed his certificate. Yesterday, Sunday August 29, 2021, this indomitable fighter, turned 60.