Uraka High Temple Wahala

What is wrong with this picture?

  1. It shows that NBM didn’t withdraw from the university system as a) it claims and b) is required under Nigerian law…. given that it shows Uraka High Temple was formed 7 years ago.

2. It shows that the NBM today are still very much involved in the university system despite a) what it claims and b) what is required under Nigerian law…. given that it shows Uraka High Temple will celebrate it’s 7th year in existence.

Of course publicly this is not what the above picture shows. It shows some renegade bad eggs going against the NBM’s orders. As they are doing in every university across the land.

Privately though it’s soon time for the mother of all jollies at Uraka High Temple.

I dont think it’s in the temple list here…. but FYI Uraka HT = Micheal Otedola College of Education, Epe.

It had some problems at the Jan 2020 Jolly when non-members turned up and robbed the members of their phones and shoes:

aye axe men! this one na mata wey pv me wella 

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 i no no if any other egede man the observe am, the mata no pass say as a strong man wey u be, na u come the get stress pass ur jew for uraka ht jolly, so tey men no the return with both thier jew and even thier phones, naxo them go sapa every were, even off ur wembley, disarm ur klb wey u go take tp come back, they no care how u want run, shey that one na nbm we still the practice, no b lose guarding be that? so tey some lordies for uraka jolly self go the sapa, why cant we just get something doing and stop inconveniencing our fellow brothers? why do you go to jolly this days because u want to go disarm what your brother worked for, why have you allow laziness to eat you up to that extend, why not reserve you agility, for future challenges, is that we orientation or the truth and knowledge about this movement, why are we deviating from the ways of our ff, when will all this stop, wen will we start using our offices well……………please my fellow solid axemen make this mata for no die  go like that, am sure some of you has your experiences in other temple jolly, pls err until it goes to were things will take a good turn for the sake of our beloved movement, aye axe men!

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

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.