Cultists butcher rival, post beheading video on WhatsApp

Date: 31/3/21


The police have arrested a suspected member of the Supreme Vikings Confraternity for the murder a rival cult member and recording his beheading.

After killing his victim, Ugochukwu Igwilo, the suspect, Nzubechukwu Victor Okonkwo, reportedly posted the video of his apparent beheading on WhatsApp, a private messaging social media app.

Okonkwo was arrested by the Inspector-General’s Intelligence Response Team (IRT) in Abia State.

The suspect, who was arrested alongside Prince Kalu, an alleged member of the confraternity, was apprehended after operatives of the IRT, headed by Deputy Commissioner of Police Abba Kyari, raided a seven-man gang of armed robbers who robbed and killed some POS agents in Aba Town.

Sources disclosed that the armed robbers were all members of the Supreme Vikings Confraternity and that during interrogations they confessed that a member of their confraternity, Okonkwo, was the person who killed and beheaded the person who was seen in the viral video.

It was further gathered that after the victim was beheaded, Okonkwo and three of his gang members also cut of the victim’s legs, arms and his private part and took it to a native doctor at a village in Ahia Afor, where it was used to make charms that they claimed would give them protection from the police and rival cult gangs.

Narrating why he killed and beheaded Igwilo, Okonkwo, who claimed to be a student of Nigeria Maritime Academy Oron , Cross Rivers State, said:

‘I am from Idiator North, Local Government Area of Imo State, and I joined the Vikings Confraternity in 2013 and I live in Aba with my parent. Mr Virus took me to join the Vikings Confraternity. I was the former head of the confraternity in Aba in 2015. I ruled for six months before I was removed and we had three guns during my time. I was arrested because I killed Ugochukwu Igwilo, who is a member of Black Axe Confraternity. We had a cult war in Aba in 2020 and Ugochukwu killed one of our members, Lampard, and the message was reported in our WhatsApp group chat.

‘Ugochukwu attacked Lampard at his compound in Umuchichi around Osisioma area of Aba and butchered him, and before then Ugochukwu had also attempted to kill me but I escaped. Ugochukwu was also the former head of the Black Axe group in Aba. So, on March 6, 2021, Ugochukwu came to where we were playing football with one Segior and a member of our group known as “More-Light” was with a gun with him at that time. Then we ordered Ugochukwu to follow us into the bush with the gun and he obeyed. But while we were moving into the bush, he attempted to escape and Otiko, a member of our group, went after him and broke his head with a big stick. Then I shot him with the locally-made gun and he died on the spot. Then we dragged his dead body to our Island which is not far from the bush and I cut off his head and I videotaped it. I then sent video to our WhatsZpp group chat, from where it went viral. I also presented the head to our members who were not on ground when we killed the victim. Two other members of our group, Spiritual and Otiko, then went to the corpse and removed more body parts that they took to a native doctor at Ogbor Hill in Village Ahia Afor. The herbalist grinded the head then asked us to pound the bones. When our present members were pounding the head, the herbalist was making incantations, saying the charm was to prevent the police from arresting us. But the charmed failed us. The video I shared went viral and when More-Light was arrested over the POS robbery, he also confessed that he was part of the group that killed a beheaded Ugochukwu. Prince was just a witness to the crime. I was planning to become an engineer but now that dream has been cut short. My biggest regret is that someone else will be sleeping with my girlfriend.’

Photo of Alleged Cultist, Ugochukwu Igwilo aka Tata Who Was Caught And Beheaded by a Rival In Abia

Date: 22/3/21


Ugochukwu Igwilo (left) was beheaded by Nzubechukwu (Right)

The photo of a suspected culitist beheaded by a rival gang member has surfaced online. 

Recall that last Friday, March, we posted a chilling video of a self-confessed member of Supreme Vikings Confraternity, 27-year old, Nzubechukwu Victor giving a detailed account of how he and other members of his group murdered and beheaded one Ugochukwu Igwilo aka Tata, an alleged member of rival group, Neo – Black Movement (Black Axe Confraternity), on March 6.   

The photo above shows Tata who was gruesomely murdered by the cultists.

Nzubechukwu and his members filmed. The group of cultists beheaded Tata before they harvested his legs, hands and private part and took it to a native doctor where it was pounded and used to make some charms. 

Nzubechukwu was a final year student of the Maritime Academy, Oron in Akwa Ibom state before he was arrest by the Intelligence Response Team of the Nigerian Police. 

Meanwhile, another member of the cult group, Prince Kalu, has since been arrested. While others harvested the body parts of late Tata, Prince served as the gatekeeper at the river bank where they later dumped his remains after tying it to a block. See his photo below:

Police arrest two cultists for murder in Abia

Date: 20/3/21


The Inspector-General of Police Response Team (IRT) led by Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari at the weekend arrested two members of a secret cult group operating in Aba for alleged murder of a rival cult member.

The two suspects; Victor Nzubechukwu Okonkwo (aka Tiny), an indigene of Umukaegwu, Akokwa in Ideato Local Government Area of Imo State and Prince Kalu, an indigene of Ugwunaezima, Ugwuakuma in Arochukwu Local Government Area of Abia State were arrested at various locations in Aba, the commercial nerve city of the state through intelligence gathering by the IRT Squad.

Okonkwo, a student of Maritime Academy, Oron, Akwa Ibom State and Kalu a trailer conductor who are members of the Supreme Vikings Confraternity were arrested in connection with the killing of one Ugochukwu Igwilo (aka Tata) who is said to be a member of a rival cult; Black Axe Confraternity.

It was gathered that the duo were trailed and arrested by the IRT squad after one of their gang members who was earlier arrested, linked them to the death of the deceased.

The duo were said to have used another member of the gang to lure the deceased to the Ogbor axis of the commercial town where they shot him in the chest.

According to the source, after killing their victim, they went ahead to cut off his head, his hands and legs including the genital (Penis) before throwing the remains into the Waterside River.

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Malaysia Returnee, Black Axe Confraternity Member Shot Dead In Aba

Malaysia Zone Lord gunned down in Abia State… Confirmed.


A Malaysian based Nigerian, identified as Samuel Kalu, popularly known as Aki Ilu, who recently returned to Nigeria, has been killed at Ndiegoro area of Aba, Abia State on Sunday evening, September 27.

WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the deceased before his untimely death was a member of The Black Axe confraternity, also known as the Neo-Black Movement of Africa.

Kalu who hailed from Ibinaukwu Igbere, in Bende Local Government Area of Abia was born and grew up at the Ndiegoro area of Aba before he traveled to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia for greener pasture.

According to reports, Aki Ilu was brutally killed after some yet to be identified gunmen stormed a barbing saloon at Umuibe Street, off Item Road, Ndiegoro in Aba, and shot him dead.

The deceased stayed with his wife, daughter and aged parents after returning from Malaysia before the Coronavirus outbreak, lockdown and he had planned to return before his murder.

Spokesperson of the command, SP Geoffrey Ogbonna, who confirmed the incident, said the case is under investigation.

“We learnt that the young man was shot in a barbing saloon. He got a call and either he directed them to where he went or the people went in there and shot him. The case is under investigation. We are doing our best to track the hoodlums,” he said.

Police parades cultists, armed robbers in Abia



Abia State Police Command on Monday in Umuahia, Abia State capital paraded suspected cultists, armed robbers and others accused to be involved in snatching cars of their victims at gun points.

The State Police Commissioner, Anthony Ogbizi, told journalists that the suspects were arrested in different parts of the state through intelligence report, while others were arrested at the scene of the crime.

Leader (Capo) of the Black Axe confraternity, Princewill Okechukwu, a final year student of Political Science in ABSU was also among the people that were paraded by the Police Commissioner.

The Police Commissioner added that the suspects would be arraigned in court as soon as investigation was concluded.

A female cultist and final year student of Political Science at Abia State University, ABSU, Uturu, 22 year old Chika Ogwalachi reportedly confessed that she was arrested in the vicinity of an initiation exercise in one of the student lodges off the campus by a cult group.

Ogwalachi who was paraded with two other male members of the same fraternity said her boyfriend who also is a cult member had asked her to wait for him at the scene of the initiation before her arrest.

She further explained that while waiting for her boyfriend, one of the boys gave her a parcel which the boyfriend reportedly asked her to collect and keep for him.

According to her, she didn’t know that the parcel contained Indian hemp. This is even as she denied having knowledge that the boyfriend was a cult member.

“We just met recently and he promised that because of me he will leave the cult. It was while I was waiting that the police came out and asked what I was doing there.

“I told them that I was waiting for my boyfriend. They seized my bag, searched it and found the parcel. They unwrapped it and saw it was hemp. That was how they arrested me,” she said.

Also paraded was 23 year old final year student of History and International Relations, Salvation Chialu. He confessed that he was arrested during initiation. He said that while the other older cult members escaped he was caught by the police.

Chialu, a native of Awkuzu, Anambra State, said he was tricked into cult by people who came to him as friends. “I was buying something for them to keep them at bay but three days after my exam as I was packing my clothes, they came into my room and ordered me to follow them.

“When I saw the fierce look on the face of one of them I hesitated then he used a machete and cut my hand.” He however failed to connect the attack with the initiation angle.

Okechukwu told newsmen that he was arrested in the exam hall while writing his final examination.

He admitted that he was the leader for only two weeks but that those opposed to his emergence as the new leader planned his arrest.

He said he was aware that the items recovered from his room were dangerous weapons which they use for cult activities.

Okechukwu, from Isuikwuato council area of Abia state, admitted that seven live cartridges, a dagger, a machete and Black Axe black and red uniform were recovered from him.

Also paraded was Uchenna Okorocha. Okorocha who said that he was arrested when the police searched his house in Aba following the report of his master’s brother.

Okorocha said he spent his masters money on MMM and other gambling engagements but when he could not give proper account of pay back after stock taking his masters brother invited the police to arrest him with the aim of recovering the money.