Cult Groups in Nigerian Universities – Recruitment and Initiation Processes

Cult Groups in Nigerian Universities – Recruitment and Initiation Processes

Cult Groups in Nigerian Universities – According to Ornadaio (2002: 2), the very first manifestation of the confraternity tradition in Nigerian Campuses occurred in 1952 when Prof. Wole Soyinka and Six other students formed the Pirates confraternity at the University of Ibandan. It was, according to Dr. Tanyi Tuli, one time National Capon “because of some social ills and conformist degradation which were exhibited not only by the students, but by the society at large, he also noted that the organization at that time, had idea that were “humanistic”. [Read more…]