Watch Video of What Wole Soyinka Was Caught on The Camera Doing With Pyrates Confraternity Cult Group

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A trending video on the internet showing Professor Wole Soyinka, leading other members of the National Association of Seadogs also called Pyrates Confraternity to perform the burial rite by the cult group for one of their top member, Nathaniel Oyelola, in Ibadan, on Friday, 28th May, 2021.

As indicated by discoveries, the perished was one of the 7 men who formed the first cult group in Nigeria with Wole Soyinka in 1952. Aside from Wole Soyinka and the late Nathaniel Oyelola, other recorded establishing members were: Ralf Opara, Pius Oleghe, Ikpehare Aig-Imoukhuede, Olumuyiwa Awe, and Sylvanus U. Egbuche, who were all students of the prestigious University of Ibadan, Oyo State, where the confraternity was formed.

The group which is laid by Wole Soyinka was formed with the sole point of supporting the human right and social equity in Nigeria, which may not still be the aim of the new age members of the group who appeared to follow the method of other cult groups which were subsequently formed, with not so respectable aims like the principal founder of the Pyrates Confraternity.

In the meantime, one of the 7 companions who formed the group who are known as The Magnificent Seven, was Nathaniel Oyelola, who just passed on. Furthermore, other enduring members, including the leading chief, Wole Soyinka, didn’t have any decision other than to perform internment rituals for him in their specific manner, as conclusive regard.

Unquestionably, relatives of the perished were very much aware of the enrollment of their late dad of the confraternity and needed to permit his enduring partners to bid him their last regard before his remaining parts would be resolved to mother earth. That ought to clarify why relatives wearing all back likewise showed up in the video with the Pyrates Confraternity individuals who were in their brand name red coat, while playing out the internment customs.

A trending video on the internet showing Professor Wole Soyinka, leading other members of the National Association of Seadogs also called Pyrates Confraternity to perform the burial rite by the cult group for one of their top member, Nathaniel Oyelola, in Ibadan, on Friday, 28th May, 2021.

As indicated by discoveries, the perished was one of the 7 men who formed the first cult group in Nigeria with Wole Soyinka in 1952. Aside from Wole Soyinka and the late Nathaniel Oyelola, other recorded establishing members were: Ralf Opara, Pius Oleghe, Ikpehare Aig-Imoukhuede, Olumuyiwa Awe, and Sylvanus U. Egbuche, who were all students of the prestigious University of Ibadan, Oyo State, where the confraternity was formed.

The group which is laid by Wole Soyinka was formed with the sole point of supporting the human right and social equity in Nigeria, which may not still be the aim of the new age members of the group who appeared to follow the method of other cult groups which were subsequently formed, with not so respectable aims like the principal founder of the Pyrates Confraternity.

In the meantime, one of the 7 companions who formed the group who are known as The Magnificent Seven, was Nathaniel Oyelola, who just passed on. Furthermore, other enduring members, including the leading chief, Wole Soyinka, didn’t have any decision other than to perform internment rituals for him in their specific manner, as conclusive regard.

Unquestionably, relatives of the perished were very much aware of the enrollment of their late dad of the confraternity and needed to permit his enduring partners to bid him their last regard before his remaining parts would be resolved to mother earth. That ought to clarify why relatives wearing all back likewise showed up in the video with the Pyrates Confraternity individuals who were in their brand name red coat, while playing out the internment customs.

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