Supreme Eiye Confraternity also known as National association of Airlords was formed at the University of Ibadan in 1963, also affiliated to the Eiye Secret Society, which exist in the western part of Nigeria. It was formed by the following students: Goke Adeniji, Dele Nwakpele, Bayo Adenubi, Bode Fadase, Tunde Aluko, Kayode Oke, and Bode Sowunmi among others. It was name Eiye group and later metamorphosed into Supreme Eiye Confraternity (SEC). This Harbarkrier rugged cult group was established to make positive impact on the social-political mind, social cultural, physical and mental development of its members, and where indifferent to other conventional cult group.
These are the popular questions and answers used during the initiation and orientation ceremony.
Question: What Does The Eiye Confraternity Stand For?
[Answer]: A: The Eiye Confraternity Is Also Known As The National Association Of Air Lords And Is A Secret Cult Group That Originated In Nigeria.
Q: What Is The Motto Of The Eiye Confraternity?
[Answer]: A: The Motto Of The Eiye Confraternity Is “No Price No Pay” Which Means That Members Must Pay A Price In Order To Gain Membership And Enjoy The Benefits Of The Group.
Q: What Is The Significance Of The Eagle Symbol Used By The Eiye Confraternity?
[Answer]: A: The Eagle Symbol Is Used To Represent The Strength And Power Of The Eiye Confraternity. It Is Also Used To Symbolize The Freedom That Members Enjoy By Breaking Away From The Norms Of Society.
Q: What Kind Of Hazing Rituals Do Potential Members Have To Endure During The Initiation Process?
[Answer]: A: The Hazing Rituals Can Be Violent And May Involve Physical Abuse, Such As Beatings Or Floggings, And Psychological Abuse, Such As Sleep Deprivation Or Sensory Overload.
Q: What Kind Of Benefits Do Members Of The Eiye Confraternity Enjoy?
[Answer]: A: Members Of The Eiye Confraternity May Enjoy Benefits Such As Protection, Access To Resources, And A Sense Of Belonging To A Community. However, These Benefits Come At A Steep Price And Can Have Long-lasting Negative Effects On Both The Individual And Society As A Whole.
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NB: This post is for informational purposes only, we do not encourage you to join any secret society or cult.