Fraternities are Viruses in Nigeria 12

Fraternities are Viruses in Nigeria 12

“We are bigger than U.S. Steel” several members of UCGFs (University Campus Grown Fraternities) in Nigeria will tell you, with aplomb, about their “brotherhood”. Do not take such folly serious. It is evidence the ‘mask of sanity’ fraternities have fallen off the cliff that once held them so high. However, now they see themselves as large facsimile corporations. Just as on LinkedIn, you will see corporations that have thousands of employees. UCGFs make favourable comparisons with such organisations based on their thousands of members. Yet are viruses. (more…)

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Fraternities Are Viruses in Nigeria: Part 2 – The Extortion

Fraternities Are Viruses in Nigeria: Part 2 – The Extortion

University campus grown fraternities (UCGFs) recently have, as a rule and mode of evolution, taken their preaching about government “badness” and their prescriptions of the “common good” to ever-dizzying heights. UCGFs have the fullest right to critique any part or aspect of the government it seems worth their while. However, for the corruption that happens within the realm of the government, UCGFs are vocal. The UCGFs have to look at their reckless yet systematic practices of corruption within the boundaries of their organisations. UCGFs are a sophisticated corruption virus in society. (more…)

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Fraternal Criminality as Charity

Fraternal Criminality as Charity

One growing and disturbing phenomenon of Nigerian university campus grown fraternities (UCGFs) is their transformation into “charities”. It is a purely criminal phenomenon. Set up by criminals purely for the benefits of a cabal of criminals who run these fraternities. It is just another ruse for fraternities to hit the goodwill of funders of charitable agencies with criminal and fraudulent activities in the name of do-gooding. (more…)

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