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Nigerian Student Cults

Nigerian Student Cults

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  • Focus On the Menace of Student Cults

  • Killers On Campus Mass acquisition of dangerous weapons by students is gradually turning our university campuses into theatres of war and bizarre killings

  • Students Burnt Alive

  • Students Burn Rivals to Death

  • Campus Cults And Curtailment

  • Tackling Student Secret Cults Once again the ugly incidence of secret cults in Nigerian higher institutions of higher learning has re-appeared with the reported killing last week of 15 students at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Since the mid 1980's when cultism became a source of violence and carnage on our campuses, more than one hundred young lives have been lost and more than thrice that number of young people have been ...

  • Red Card for 800 Students Self-cleansing exercise results in petrol bomb war from crooks and cultists

  • Delsu Authorities Raise Alarm On Cult Groups THE authorities of Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, yesterday raised an alarm that some secret cult groups were regrouping in the institution to unleash terror on the students and asked the law enforcement agents to quickly come to its aid.

  • 90 Students Face Expulsion From Lasu No fewer than 90 students may soon be expelled by the authorities of Lagos State University, (LASU), Ojo for running foul of the institution's rules and regulations, including membership of cults and for anti-social behaviour.

  • Government Created Campus Cultism

  • Students Union Leader Urges Stiff Penalty for Cult Membership The Students Union president of Benue State University (BSU) Makurdi, Mr. Titus Yeke has called on the National Assembly to enact a law prescribing stringent punishment for students involved in cultism in tertiary institutions in the country.

  • Let's Stop This Terror On Our Campuses All quarters that have a thing to do with the well-being of the Nigerian nation have expressed genuine concerns about the unabating spate of cult killings in our institutions of higher learning. Sermons have been preached in both the Churches and Mosques on this issue. In fact, many churches hold special deliverance sessions to cast out demons of cultism from students of higher institution.

  • Cultists Kill Two Students At Ibadan Poly

  • Two Feared Dead in Ibadan Poly Cult Clash A bloody cult clash at the Polytechnic, Ibadan Oyo State, yesterday left two suspected cultists dead while six others were seriously injured.

  • Ritual Killings in Ekpoma 300-Level Ambrose Alli Varsity medical student beheaded, another's private part, breast removed

  • Police Hunt Lasu Cultists Despite the arrest made by the police following the brutal killing of former president of the Lagos State University Student Union Government, Mr. Tunde Salau, the police have intensified its intelligence dragnet to nab cultists in the school.

  • Two Students Die As Secret Cults Clash in Ibadan Poly TWO students suspected to be members of secret cults have lost their lives in a fresh clash between rival cult groups at The Polytechnic, Ibadan.

  • Cults, Evil With No Redeeming Features -Don Regrets being part of the formation of the Pyrates Confraternity

  • Cult Clash in Kwara Poly, One Student Injured A tudent of Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, was wounded yesterday in a bloody clash involving members of two secret cults - Eiye and Bucanners - on the campus.

  • Benin University Warns Against Cultism The Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Prof. Abhulimen R. Anao, has issued a stern warning to newly admitted students of the institution to avoid falling into the temptation of joining secret cults or any undesirable groups on the campuses to have a truly fulfilling academic sojourn in the university.

  • Campus Goons To them, guns and axes are more important than pen and books. Swoting is for those not man enough. They are the kings of the campus cult groups who run the nation's campuses.

  • 59 Students Renounce Secret Cults Fifty-nine students of Auchi Polytechnic in Edo State have renounced their membership of secret cults and vowed not to go back.

  • Edo State Governor Signs Anti-cult Bill Into Law Governor Lucky Igbinedion of Edo state on Wednesday warned all students in educational institutions of learning in the state to expend their energies towards their academic pursuit, instead of dissipating such on unprofitable, anti-social activities of secret cults.

  • Ige, Cults and Misconceptions For many years now, the civilised consciousness of humanity has been battling to stop capital punishment.

  • Gruesome Killing of Igwe Law Student

  • Cultists Have Regrouped, Says Abia Poly Rector There are indications that former student cultists who renounced their membership in the wake of the federal government's directive to heads of tertiary institutions in the country to eliminate cultism in their institutions have re-joined the dreaded groups.

  • Interview: 'The Game Is Up' Ben Oguntuase, the Capn of the National Association of Seadogs otherwise called Pyrates Confraternity has lately been in the forefront of the campaign against gangsterism and cult violence in institutions of higher learning in Nigeria.

  • Save Universities From Cults And Dictators (Editorial) The Nigerian university system has finally hit the bottom of a long ditch where its pieces seem to be held together only by the monster described as cults.

  • Seadogs Condemn Cultism The National Association of Seadogs (NAS) has stood up in fierce condemnation of the spate of lawlessness in the country's institutions of higher learning through the activities of campus cults.

  • Campus Terrorism: Time To Act The National Association of Seadogs is alarmed at the spate of lawlessness in our institutions of higher learning. These acts of lawlessness have been blamed on misguided students who for want of better ways of employing their apparently excessive energy, have gone on a maiming, burning and killing spree.

  • Guns For Roses The Pyrates Confraternity's annual converge confronts campus gangsterism and offers the way out Seadogs from "Zanas", "Ben Bow", "Olympus Marino", 'Umaluko', "Samba Matanga", "Jokaina", "Zuma", and a host of other zones in Nigeria sayled to Gateway Hotel Abeokuta for the 23 Annual Converge of the National Association of Seadogs (NAS) on 21 August.

  • Soyinka Wants Nigerian Universities Closed Nigerian Nobel literature laureate, Wole Soyinka has called for the closure of Nigerian universities for between one and two years to enable the authorities to address the many problems facing tertiary institutions in the country.

  • Routing Cultism It would have been a miracle of sorts if the secret cult phenomenon had not reared its head in our various tertiary institutions, given the various desperate developments in the larger society these past 15 years.

  • Campus Terrorism: Time To Act The National Association of Seadogs is alarmed at the spate of lawlessness in our institutions of higher learning. These acts of lawlessness have been blamed on misguided students who for want of better ways of employing their apparently excessive energy, have gone on a maiming, burning and killing spree.

  • Cultists Threaten Ago-Iwoye Barely two weeks after the breathtaking school killing at Columbine High School in the United States of America, a scenario close to that was replayed at the Ogun State University when some students suspected to be members of Supreme 'Eye' confraternity (the Airlords) marched into one of the venues of the institution's harmattan semester examination in a frantic search for members of a rival ...



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