“Black Axe vs Buccaneer” cult clash in Malaysia

May 23, 2017

The Neo Black Movement of Africa (NBM) aka the Nigeria Mafia – promoting crime and destruction around the world, as usual.



“Black Axe vs Buccaneer” cult clash in Malaysia has left a Nigerian man in a critical condition.

A Nigerian man named Edrin Goru popularly known as ‘forty’ was severely injured in the clash and now battling with his life in an undisclosed hospital in the country.

It was reported that Aye cult members were  having a drink at the lounge when men of the Buccaneers stormed the place with their weapons.

The bloody clash has taken place in faraway Malaysia after two rival cult groups clashed on Sunday in Damansara, at a lounge owned by a man identified as Mr. Soul.

The cult groups involved in the clash were identified as the Aye (Black Axe) and The Buccaneers made up of Nigerians in the cult.




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Nabbed In The Middle Of Rituals

May 6, 2017


Recently some members of the dreaded Neo Black Movement of Africa Confraternity, known as Black Axe Confraternity for short ran out of luck as officers of the Imo State Police Command swooped on them inside a bush in the middle of their initiation rites.

It was a day of reckoning for secret cult members, operating in Imo State communities few days ago. Sixteen of them who confessed to be members of Neo Black Movement of Africa Confraternity, better known in campuses of Nigerian tertiary institutions as Black Axe were nicked by officers of Imo State Police Command, while performing initiation rituals in a bush, near Owerri, the Imo State capital.
The haul of the cultists were made possible following the renewed efforts of the state’s police command to rid the once peaceful state of anti-social elements.
Arrested were: Oluwoke Hepto (24), the leader of the Neo Black Movement of Africa Confraternity, Onyegbule Chukwunenye Chibueze Okpara (17), Uzoma Kingsley (25), Chisom Nwosu (23), Ojinaka Oscar (25), Ejekeme Ebuka, Ehum Uchenna, Ejekeme Christian and Anyanwu Lucky.
Others are: Okoro Uche, Chinecherem Okeke, Igbokwe Micheal, Agugua Chima Osondu, Victor Egbu and Nelson Isiugozo – all male.
Briefing journalists at the Command Headquarters, Owerri, the state commissioner of police, CP Chris Ezike explained that the suspects were arrested in a bush at Ihiagwa in Owerri West local government area of the state. He confirmed that they were members of the Neo Black Movement of Africa confraternity.
Ezike, during the briefing disclosed that the arrested 16 suspects have been charged to court.
According to CP. Ezike “They were arrested while they were doing their initiation in the bush. They were apprehended by the Eagle Eye Operatives of the command following a tip-off. The group has been charged to court accordingly.”
Weapons recovered from the suspects by the police include three live cartridges and expended SMG ammunition.
The Imo State commissioner of police solicited for a more robust synergy among security agencies in the state so as to stem the tide of criminal activities in the state.
He identified cultism as a huge security threat and called for all hands to be on deck to put a stop to the unholy activities of cultists in the state.
He disclosed that the command was willing to welcome with open arms any cultist who renounced his membership, while at same time, warned that all those who still indulge in cult related activities will not be spared by the long arm of the law.
Imo State which is one of the nine states of the oil bearing Niger Delta region has been dominated by  crimes,  ranging from armed robbery, wanton murder and assassination, kidnap and abduction of well-to-innocent individuals.
Following the unrelenting wave of crime in the state, the state government went beyond logistical assistance to security agencies in the state to the floating of a number of security outfits such as Imo Security Network and sundry vigilance groups, and helped the police step up community policing.
Prominent among the hoodlum groups, unleashing mayhem and terror in the state are militants operating in the oil producing communities in Ohaji/Egbema and Oguta local government areas who unleash mayhem on both the oil companies operating in these areas and their host communities.
Series of appeals, consultations and persuasions put in place by the government and troubleshooting agents for the militants to lay down their arms proved ineffectual.
Not too long ago, the government of Governor Rochas Okorocha had to grant amnesty to over 5000 of these militants. The government doled out a number of mouth-watering packages to assuage the militant  youths who thereafter surrendered their arms and ammunition to the state government at a colourful ceremony held at the premises of the government House Owerri.
The amnesty can be said to have so far yielded the desired result, given that the air of uncertainty and insecurity which had before then, enveloped the oil producing communities has virtually disappeared. Hostage taking of foreign chief executives of the oil companies by the militants is no longer the story in these areas.
Additionally, incessant blocking of roads, and violent confrontations between the oil producing communities and the oil giants operating in the areas have interestingly subsided, paving way for the much desired dialogue and compromise between the communities and the state government.
The deputy chief of staff, Government House, Engineer Kingsley Uju who has consistently played a crucial role in the restoration of peace and tranquility in the volatile areas told our correspondent, that the amnesty programme of the state government was working according to expectation and gave an assurance that the state government would  keep its own side of the memorandum of understanding (MOU) which it entered with the former militants.


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6 Black Axe Cult Members Caught Inside Bush Charged To Court In Imo

April 22, 2017

The Imo State Police Command on Friday, charged 16 undergraduates of Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri and Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State, respectively for their alleged involvement in cult related activities in the state.

In a statement released on Saturday in Owerri, the Command spokesperson, Andrew Enwerem, stated that the suspected cultists were arrested on April 14, 2017, in a bush in Ihiagwa community in the Owerri West Local Government Area of the state.

Enwerem, a Deputy Superintendent of Police, alleged that the suspects were members of a cult group known as Neo black movement of Africa confraternity.

Part of the statement reads, “in a renewed onslaught against the menace of cultism in Imo State, operatives of the state police command on April 14,2017, arrested over 16 suspected cultists in a bush in Ihiagwa in the Owerri West LGA. They are members of the Neo black movement of Africa confraternity. Suspects have been charged to court, accordingly.”

He claimed that three live cartridges and expended SMG ammunition were recovered from the undergraduates.

Enwerem listed the names of the suspects as, Oluwoke Herto , 24, leader Of the Neo black movement Of Africa Onyegbule Chukwunenye 24, Chibueze Okpara, 17, Uzoma Kingsley 25, Chisom Nwosu, 23, Oscar Ojinaka OSCAR, 25, Ebuka Ejekeme,Uchenna Ehum, Christian Ejekeme,

Others are Lucky Anyanwu , Uche Okoro Chinecherem Okeke, Michael Igbokwe, Chima Agugua , Victor Egbu and Nelson.

The Police spokesperson stated that the new commissioner of police in the state, Chris Ezike, was committed to reducing cultism and criminal activities.




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Arrests among the ranks of the Nigerian mafia on charges of human trafficking

10 April 2017

(translated from Italian using Google translator)

Trafficking and drug dealing, prostitution, trafficking in human beings and falsification of documents some of these charges.

In today’s morning at the Case prisons of Santa Maria Capua Vetere (CE), Arienzo (CE), Pozzuoli (NA) and Naples Secondigliano, as part of a multifaceted investigation coordinated by the magistrates of the Public Prosecutor of Naples – District Headquarters Anti-mafia -, the Carabinieri of Grazzanise (CE) station gave effect to an arrest warrant issued by the Court of Naples, against Lawuna Musah Mohammed, Lee Thomas, John Cool, Aduse Comfort, Issaka Abduail, Gyan Williams held accountable in various ways for various crimes including mafia organization as part of the Group of Eye, Neo Black Movement or Black Axe, which is part of a broader partnership rooted in Nigeria and spread to several European and non-European states, aimed trafficking and drug dealing, prostitution, trafficking in human beings, forgery of documents.

The defendants would moreover guilty of attempted forced prostitution in the competition, aggravated by the mafia method for having induced a young Nigerian woman to carry out prostitution, exercising against him repeatedly violence, threats, damage, robberies, extortion-even with the use of armi-, availing itself of the power of intimidation deriving from their membership to the aforesaid mafia association.


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Man, 34, docked for allegedly being in possession of secret society documents

5 April, 2017


The police on Wednesday arraigned a 34-year-old man, Chimezie Ugbaja in a Surulere Magistrates’ Court, Lagos State, for being in possession of letters belonging to NEO Black Movement of Africa, a secret society group.

Ugbaja, whose address was not provided, is facing two-count charge of possession of a secret society document and ‎assisting in the management of a secret cult.

The prosecutor, Sgt. Christopher Okoliko, told the court that the defendant committed the offence on March 15 at about 1.15 a.m., along Nnobi Street, Ikate-Surulere, Lagos State.

Okoliko said that the defendant had in his possession, a letter belonging to NEO Black Movement of Africa, Aye Secret Cult.

He added that the act showed that Ugbaja was assisting in the management of the cult, known to be an unlawful society.

According to him, the offences contravened sections 42(a) and 41 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State 2011.

However, the defendant pleaded not guilty and the Chief Magistrate, Mr A.A Paul, granted him bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum.

He said one of the sureties must reside in his property in Lagos State, while the other must be gainfully employed.

The magistrate also ordered that the sureties should provide evidence of tax payment with their addresses verified.

He adjourned the matter until April 10 for mention.


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One dies in Imo cult war

By: Angela Nkwo-Ak­polu, Owerri

March 30, 2017

Cultists on Tues­day night invaded Umuelele Irete in the Owerri West Lo­cal Government Area of Imo State and gunned down 23 years old, Mr Decency Chibundu, in a clash between Vikings and Black axe cultists in the community.

A village source, who pleaded anonymity told, The AUTHORITY that the killing was in retalia­tion of the killing of a cult member who was killed in the community two weeks ago.

Already, villagers have abandoned the commu­nity in droves to avoid falling victims during any other reprisal attack.

The source said the kill­ing of Chibundu’s who was Vikings cult member was a revenge by Black Axe fraternity whose member was gunned down recently.

The source, who plead­ed anonymity said the community has been de­serted because the people are scared of the killings by the two rival cults. “We are living in fear, we can no longer sleep. It is one killing or shooting or the other every day. The annoying aspect is that these boys are not even in the high institutions.

They are just villagers who have seen cultism as a way of life”.


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Nigeria police arrest syndicate behind murder of Bauchi State blogger

March 29, 2017 Adebayo Emmanuel

You may recall that on the 12/3/2017 at about 00:05hrs,one Abdulhakeem Bauchin Bauchi was killed by unknown persons and his decomposing body was recovered at rugan jira mountain in Gwallameji Area of Bauchi State on the 17/3/2017.
However, discreet investigation by Police detectives attached to Anti kidnapping unit of the Command led to the arrest of the following syndicate who allegedly perpetrated the dastardly act,
1.Micheal Sansai male aged 23 years of Rafin zurfi Area of Yelwa.
2.Samuel Uzima male aged 24 years of Yelwa,
3.William Yakubu male, aged 28 years of Shadawanka Barracks,Bauchi and,
4.Dauda Akanni male and 26 years of Yelwa area of Bauchi State respectively.
Preliminary investigation revealed that the principal suspect Michael Sansai is a member of the Black Axe Confraternity.(Secret cult group)
Exhibits recovered so far include,
1.One black Nokia 225 belonging to the deceased,
2.Seven wraps of dry leaves suspected to be Indian hemp,
3.Torn clothes of the deceased and,
4.A sim card and other incriminating items.
Case is under investigation to ascertain actual motive behind the act and efforts are being intensified to apprehend other fleeing accomplices after which suspects would be charged to Court.
Meanwhile, Suspects along with others will be physically paraded by the commissioner of Police letter in the week, please. SP Haruna Mohammed PPRO Bauchi State Police Command.



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Neo Black Movement (NBM) of Africa condemns arrest of its members, threatens to sue IGP, Army

The shameless lies by NBM go into the next round… After having been in the news for organized crime in several countries around the world for months and months, they resort to what they are best at (apart from crime): pretending to be innocent victims.


March 10, 2017


The Neo Black Movement (NBM) of Africa has threatened to sue the Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, the Nigerian Army and a local vigilance group over the arrest and intimidation of its members in Sapele, Delta State.

Addressing the media in Lagos at the weekend, president of NBM of Africa (Worldwide), Felix Kupa, an engineer, equally demanded an apology within 14 days from the police, Army and vigilance group.

The NBM equally condemned the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa and called on the Nigerian government to ensure that the South African authorities bring the perpetrators of the heinous crime to justice.

Kupa, who was represented by the group’s national public relations officer, Mr. Clinton Aduba, explained that NBM was yet to come to terms with the inhuman treatment meted out to its members at its Delta Regional Summit, held at the Richmond Continental, Sapele, Delta State, on February 18, 2017.

The NBM president explained that it remained worrisome that the police, after giving approval sequel to an application made to it, provided its officers and men for the security at the event only to turn around to “invade the event in a commando-like manner, completely dehumanising responsible family men, captains of industries discussing world peace and emancipation of the oppressed.

‘‘They did not only invade the event supposedly under their own protection and approval, they went from room to room molesting members who had already retired to their hotel rooms, tied their hands to the back and made them sit on the ground or lie down flat on the floor even when nothing incriminating was found on them and despite being aware of a court judgement affirming NBM’s right to associate. This issue will never be swept under the carpet,’’ he said.

On the mandate of the group, Kupa explained that NBM was a pan-Africanist non-governmental organisation dedicated to the development and growth of the black race and the world in general; its ideologial roots were in the evergreen teachings of great pan-Africanists such as Kwame Nkrumah, Marcus Garvey, George Padmore, W.E.B DuBois, Nnamdi Azikiwe and others.

In Nigeria, he said NBM, through its various constituted initiatives, has instituted various humanitarian projects such as medical initiatives by providing free eye treatment/treatment of the aged in Ijebu Ode, Udu, Warri, and Omuku in Rivers State, and very recently donated relief materials and items to Asaba maternity centre as part of the drive to mitigate maternal mortality rate.

On the legal status of NBM, the national legal adviser of the group, Mr. Hope Aliu, said the movement was a lawful organisation registered under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, under Part C of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, 1990, and its Corporate Affairs Commission trustee no. 7729.


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Canada Indict Nigerian Cult Group “Black Axe” in Global Crime Syndicate

Mar 7 2017

The Toronto Police Deputy Chief, Jim Raymer of Specialized Operations Command said it has busted an international criminal syndicate that specializes in stealing cars from Canadian homes and shipping them to various parts of Africa. The cars stolen from the North American country is estimated to be worth $30 million, and the syndicate traced to members of the Black Axe, a secret cult that emanated from Nigerian Universities.

The Police in Canada believe that the Black Axe Movement have grown into a huge world syndicate with high stakes in crimes such as stealing, drugs, and forcing victims to pay protection money.

Back home in Nigeria, cult groups which used to be the exclusive preserve of tertiary institutions have grown to into Nigerian streets, with many young secondary school students and street urchins belonging to either “Black Axe”, or “Eiye” Confraternity and many more dangerous groups. Women too has their own cult groups such as Jezebel, and Pink ladies.

Deputy Chief Raymer in a press conference said that the police working with its both local and foreign partners were able to bust what he referred to as “multi jurisdictional crime investigations that culminated in the series of arrests and search warrants”.

The police operations was coded “Project CBG”, and among its findings is that the syndicate has “direct links to a notorious, organized group known as the Black Axe, originating in Nigeria.  Black axe now has international reach and is known for engaging in lurch fraud and money laundering scams”.

Raymer said: “Project CBG began in April of this year (2016) as an investigation into a rash of vehicle thefts occurring in some of our more affluent neighborhoods here in Toronto. The major crime task force took charge of this investigation and was assisted by organized crime units and major crime units from 22 division, 32 division and 53 division.  As this investigation progressed, it became apparent that these were more than just some petty thieves that were hot wiring cars.  In actual fact, investigators began to uncover evidence of a sophisticated organized crime ring with international reach that specialized in stealing high end brand vehicles such as Lexus, Acura and high end Toyota motor vehicles;

The individuals involved in this ring were not just the thieves themselves, but included persons that were offloading vehicles, truck drivers, shipping company employees, and blacksmiths;

I can advise that the stolen vehicles which were conservatively estimated at a value of $60,000-80,000 were being removed from people’s residential driveways for eventual shipment to destinations in Africa via ports in Montreal and AL facts.  Leading up to yesterday’s rate, investigators estimate that this group was responsible for stealing approximately 500 SUVs in Toronto and other parts of the country. In terms of Toronto specifically, we believe that this ring was responsible for 10-15 percent of the total volume of vehicles that were stolen in Toronto this year;

In the vast majority of cases, the vehicles were stolen from the residential driveways as people were asleep at home.  To put this in perspective using a conservative estimate again, the value of the vehicles stolen by this group amounts to a staggering sum of $30 million.  In the course of project CBG, investigators were able to recover approximately 200 vehicles, primarily from shipping containers destined for Africa, representing an approximate value of $11 million;

And I’d like to also acknowledge the Spanish and Belgium authorities who assisted our investigators and were able to retrieve some of the vehicles from container ships.  I can further report that during a course of yesterday’s arrest which involved the execution of 36 search warrants and 175 police officers, there were 18 individuals who were arrested, 6 remain outstanding on arrest warrants, an additional 10 stolen vehicles were recovered, a total of 640 criminal charges were laid, additional offence related property that was ceased included numerous stolen car parts, digital equipment including laptop computers used to program the key codes, 2 tractor trailers, a blacksmith van and a fully operational  truck shop in the western Detroit.

Beyond the property related to the thefts, investigators also located illicit drugs including cocaine, heroin as well as illegal fire arms, specifically a shot gun and two semi-automatic rifles and ammunition.

It is worth noting that this particular group was determined to have direct links to a notorious, organized group known as the Black Axe, originating in Nigeria.  Black axe now has international reach and is known for engaging in lurch  fraud and money laundering scams.  Just this past October, our service participated in an international investigation and the individuals linked to the Black axe were alleged to have laundered an excess of 5 million dollars.

Wikipedia said “Black Axe Responsible for the involvement in the murders of at least 200 people in 2014 and partaking other criminal activities around the world such as international smuggling of drugs, extortion, human trafficking and prostitution, counterfeiting of identity documents, cloning of credit cards, cheque fraud, 419 fraud, robbery, rape, murder and are used by politicians as ‘hired thugs’. In Italy they have recently been classified as a ‘Mafia’ organisation”.


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UNIBEN’S Black Axe: An Emerging Drug Gang in Italy

February 8, 2017


Black Axe, a fraternity that was founded at the University of Benin in the 1970s, is on its way to becoming one of the leading drug gangs in Palermo, Italy.

According to The Guardian UK, prosecutors in the Sicilian capital of Palermo are warning that a new alliance between the mafia and “Nigerian criminal gangs moving in from Libya”, could herald a new era of organized crime.

“The neighbourhoods under mafia control have changed profoundly in recent years due to the growing presence of foreigners, especially Nigerians coming on boats,” Leonardo Agueci, Palermo’s Deputy Chief Prosecutor, was quoted to have said.

“Among them, are a small group of people who want to transfer their illegal trafficking, linked to prostitution and drug dealing, to Sicily. And the mafia was quite happy to integrate them into their criminal business.”

In Ballarò, a mafia stronghold market area in the historic center of the city, a whistle is traditionally used by Italian dealers working for Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian mafia, to attract customers, who are offered hashish, marijuana and cocaine.

The whistle was said to have been adopted by Nigerians in 2014, making a statement that a new criminal organization was in town.

“It is clear there is a subordinate relationship between Cosa Nostra and the Nigerian clans, with the former controlling the latter,” said Agueci, adding that Nigerians were not allowed to use guns but just machetes and axes.

“If a Nigerian boss tried to rebel against Cosa Nostra, he would probably end up incaprettato [tied up and killed] in the countryside.”


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