Top 10 Cultist Groups in Nigeria And Their Symbol

Top 10 Cultist Groups in Nigeria And Their Symbol

The society today is affected by lots of negative things and Cultism is a major one among them. Cultism is very popular among the youths and doesn't only have effect on the individual but to relatives and even innocent lives.

Contents of this post includes
  • What is Cultism?
  • The National Association of SeaDogs - Pirates Confraternity 
  • National Association of SeaLords - Buccaneers Confraternity 
  • Black Axe 
  • De Norsemen K Club - Vikings 
  • Eiyes Confraternity - Airlords 
  • Dedy Na Debt - Klansman Confraternity 
  • Mafia Confraternity - Ciao Sons 
What is Cultism?

In modern English, a cult is a social group that is defined by its unusual religious, spiritual, or philosophical beliefs, or by its common interest in a particular personality, object or goal. Below are the Top 7 cultist groups in Nigeria 

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1) The National Association of SeaDogs - Pirates Confraternity 

The Pirates Confraternity
The pirates of Confraternity 

The National Association of Seadogs, popularly known as Pyrates Confraternity is a confraternity organization in Nigeria that is nominally University-based. The Skull and Bones is the choice logo of the Pyrates confraternity made by the Magnificent 7. Colored in red, black and yellow; the logo consists of a human skull and two cross bones thus injecting the perception of seeing its members as men of danger. Members are known as "Seadogs" and "Saylors.

2) The National Association of Sealords - Buccaneers Confraternity 

National Association of Sealords - Buccaneers Confraternity
The National Association of Sealords - Buccaneers Confraternity

In 1972 Bolaji Carew and several others were expelled from the Pyrates for failing to meet expected standards. In reaction to this and other events, the Pyrates registered themselves under the name National Association of Seadogs (NAS). Some of their sayings include No price, no pay, no brothers in the wood, blood for blood. 

3) Black Axe 

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This is also known as Neo Black Movement of Africa. The group was created during the 1977 - 1978 academic year by nine university of Benin undergraduate who were concerned about the plight of the Black man. The Black Axe still exists today and still recruit a lot of people mainly undergraduates. They believe that it is necessary to dominate than to be dominated.

4) De Norsemen K Club - Vikings 

The Vikings
The Vikings 

The Vikings also known as "Aro Mates" came out of Pirates Confraternity. It was created by three students who were once a part of the Pirates. Their motto is "Blood in the sea" and they prefer to sing pirates songs.

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5) Eiyes Confraternity - Airlords 

The Supreme Eiyes
The Supreme Eiyes 

The Supreme Eiyes was formed in 1975 at the University of Ibadan. Their main symbol is a skull and cross bones. Their main values are discipline. They believe that there are no enemies or friends but the Confraternity.

6) Dedy Na Debt - Klansman Konfraternity 

Dedy Na Debt - KKK
Dedy Na Debt - KKK 

The K.K.K. cult was started by five students at the University of Calabar, Cross River State in 1986 during the military era. It ideals were borrowed from a cult in California. Members of this cult group worship a demon called “Ogor” as their god. Symbolized by a human skull, mostly that of a mad man.

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7) Mafia Confraternity - Ciao Sons

The Mafia Confraternity
The Mafia Confraternity 

This cult was formed in 1978 at the University of Ilorin in Kwara State, but started operation in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in 1980. They follow the idea of revenge against the oppression. At the same time, they want to follow the ideas of bandit groups. The punishment for disobedience and treachery can be deadly in this occult group.


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