Posts Tagged ‘Pyrates Confraternity’

Comment: Over the past six years I have written several articles about the wrongs and decadence of University Campus Grown Fraternities (UCGF) (some deleted) with insider knowledge. I more recently even developed two essay series out of them, namely, Fraternities are Viruses in Nigeria and The Leadership of a Bad Brother  (both which do not names persons or fraternities) with another series in making that does mention names.  A major international media house and a documentary film maker have even contacted me for my expertise on the matter. However, over a decade before me Omoleye Sowore (in 2002) had written one of the most important articles on the source problem of cults (UCGF) in Nigeria and its possible remedies. I am sure many readers will agree.  (more…)

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“Captain Blood” is the “internal name” of the Wole Soyinka, co-founder and spiritual head, of the Pyrates Confraternity (PC) also known as the National Association of Seadogs (NAS). Soyinka is more affectionately addressed internally as “Capoon Blood” or “CB” (its abbreviation), a name which also well known to the general public. The PC is the internal image of the organisation and NAS is the public image creating some interesting bifurcations within. What is most unusual about the name Capoon Blood is its elusive origins. (more…)

The Leaders of the National Association of Seadogs (NAS) a.k.a. the Pyrates Confraternity are commonly known in public as “Capoons”. The word Capoon is a slight corruption of the “Cap’n” which in turn is a slight corruption of the word “Captain”. The leaders of the international body and chapters of NAS  are thus Captains, colloquially Capoons. Some scribes of NAS have even chosen to use the more formal term “President” to match corporate ambitions.

It begins to be puzzling when the Leaders of NAS eschew the aforementioned nomenclature ascribed to them and choose to adopt the term for leader, “Capone”. (more…)