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This is a long article, there is no way for me to shorten it and still retain its impact, please get your refreshments and join me as a take you into the world of those who will rather have Nigeria burn, instead of do the right thing for the people…

There is a clique of men, who are also mostly royals, who control the destiny of Nigeria and maybe West Africa some say Africa as a whole, these men have been placed in positions of power from time to time and in critical areas to both maintain the structure of Nigeria in perpetual subservience, the same template of proxy ruler-ship is being used by England across Africa, so Africa and Nigeria especially never grows to the extent to which is can attain financial and military freedom enough to be truly from the British crown.

I know, this already sounds like the most insane conspiracy theory and it sounds so because some people have told us all a story that doesn’t make sense, but they are clever enough to teach it in schools and say it on the news so it MUST be facts, right.


Mons Officer Cadet School was a former British military training establishment in Aldershot, Mons Barracks was originally constructed from 1926 to 1927 for the Royal Signals.

In 1939, Royal Military College, Sandhurst became the home of 161 Infantry Officer Cadet Training Unit (RMC): that unit moved to Mons Barracks at Aldershot in 1942, and subsequently became known as the “Mons Officer Cadet Training Unit (Aldershot)”. In 1947, the Mons Officer Cadet Training Unit (Aldershot) was reorganized as an OCTU for short service and National Service officer cadets of the technical arms, i.e. officer cadets of the Royal Artillery and Royal Armored Corps.

A majority of the military leaders are from one royal ancestry or the other, all these attendees of the Mons Officer Cadet School or the Royal Militay Academy Sandhurst were all involved in the civil war and are the spear heads  einvery single coup d’etat in Nigeria’s history till date.

Mons Officer Cadet School was also attended by other African military leaders, these military leaders also went on to be part of bloody civil war campaign and coups in their respective country. The signature of these cabal members is that as long as they do not become carry their personal agendas that will deminish the control of Europe in their respective countries, most of them go on to be remembered as founding fathers continuing to impact their respective countries till today. It is much the same with our Nigerian overlords who may also be the most powerful in the entire region of power, across Africa. (I will write more about the cabal of the Mons Officer Cadet School and their influence in other African countries showing that it is much the same modus operandi)

The only people amongst them who were killed in service are those who went into power and decided to make Nigeria or their respective countries into their image, whether they wanted to do the right thing or are wicked dictators, as long as their choices impacted the profits or desires of Europe aka the British crown, they are put to death sooner or later.

These men are placed in power from time to time to ensure that Nigeria never develops to the level where the system is fully working for the people because Nigeria has the potential to be a very serious world power that many Western countries can’t contend with and this can not happen as their interest across Africa will be stiffled by such progress by the nation with the most populated cluster of black people and black cultures and traditions on the planet.

These men pretend to be indifferent factions so they can provide the illusion of free will to the masses but I want you to understand that these inner caucus of royals who are fully under the order of the british crown are all one people, with one idea.

They are responsible for the death of Murtala Muhammed, they are also responsible for the death of Sani Abacha, they have only one Opus Operandi, Nigeria must remain a British colony, all diversion or subversion of Nigeria for good or evil will be tolerated as long as it is for the benefit of the British crown and Europe.

Odumagu Ojukwu

Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, Nigerian Army Colonel, Commander of the 5th Battalion Kano, Northern Nigeria, First Quarter-Master General of the Nigerian Army, Military Governor of the then Eastern Region, Leader of the secessionist State of Biafra, General in the Biafran Army and Biafran Head of State, Politician and businessman.

Gen Ojukwu was from the Ojukwu family of Nwakanwa quarters Obiuno Umudim Nnewi. The Ojukwu family of Nwakanwa quarters of Obiuno Umudim Nnewi in now Anambra is a Royal family with a legitimate claim to their thrown.

Chukwuemeka Odumagwu-Ojukwu was also involved in the 1966 coups and events leading to the Nigerian Civil War.

Also a participant in the first coup d’etat in Nigeria’s history.


Sani Abacha, former military President of Nigeria, also an antendee of the infamous Mons Officer Cadet school.

The military career of Abacha was marked by involvement in all the military coups in Nigeria. When he was still a second lieutenant with the 3rd Battalion in Kaduna, he took part in the July 1966 Nigerian counter-coup from the conceptual stage. He could well have been a participant in the Lagos or Abeokuta phases of the coup the previous January as well.

In addition, Abacha played a prominent role in the 1983 Nigerian coup d’état which brought General Muhammadu Buhari to power; and the 1985 Nigerian coup d’état which removed Buhari and brought General Ibrahim Babangida to power. When General Ibrahim Babangida was named President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 1985, Abacha was named Chief of Army Staff. He was later appointed Minister of Defence in 1990.


Joseph Nanven Garba, Nigerian Army general, diplomat, and politician Born in Langtang, Nigeria, Garba was educated at Sacred Heart School, Shendam from 1952 to 1957. His early military career began at the Nigerian Military School in Zaria in 1957, where he studied until 1961. In 1961 he enlisted in the Nigerian Army and was sent to the Mons Officer Cadet School in Aldershot, England, before being commissioned as an infantry officer in 1962.

He was also in the Participation of the Nigerian Counter Coup of July 1966 & the 1975 Military Coup.


George Agbazika Innih (25 September 1938 – 15 August 2002) was a Nigerian Army General and Statesman. He was the Military Governor of Bendel and Kwara States.

He joined the army, and was trained at Mons Officer Cadet School in Aldershot, England (1962), then at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, England (1962–1964) and 1972.

George Agbazika Innih was also likely involved in the coup of 29 July 1975. 

General Innih was a loyalist of General Obasanjo during their time in the military, as part of the cabal he did what was necessary when he was ordered to.


Emmanuel E Ikwue, Nigerian Air Force Chief of the Air Staff

Brigadier Ikwue was born on 6 June 1940 in Otukpo, Benue State. He attended the Methodist Central School Otukpo after which he proceeded to the Nigerian Military School from 1954 to 1958. He enlisted into the Nigerian Army and was sent for training as a member of Course 11, Regular Officers Special Training School Teshie, Accra, Ghana (1958 – 1959). Thereafter, he attended the Mons Officer Cadet School, Aldershot England, and Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst (1959).

Most of his service was outside Nigeria, serving Europe, Germany in particular. Even though this individual has no documented involvement with any coups in Nigeria, I will gladly bring to your attention that during all these coups and bloody civil war, his position as a kind of Nigeria diplomat and a prominent figure with Nigerian embassies all over Europe, it is likely that this person is of greater influence beyond Buhari, Obasanjo and the others, it is likely that this was the man who gave them their instructions. I say this because due to his accolades which are mostly hearsay, he was awarded the medal of independence.

The Nigerian Independence Medal was authorized by Queen Elizabeth II on the occasion of the granting of independence to Nigeria to give recognition to individuals of the Royal Nigerian Military Forces, Royal Nigerian Navy and the Nigeria Police Force serving on 1 October 1960 and to members of the United Kingdom Land Forces who were seconded to the Royal Nigerian Military Forces.

The only other person to be awarded this medal is Major General Hassan Katsina, the highest decorated military general during his lifetime, above all the other coup plotters but never took up leadership roles of any kind, he was also known to detest the Ibos above all, it makes any person with discernment uneasy, why will this man who does not even have his pictures online wield such influence around Europe yet have such recognition alongside a Nigerian general when his national exploits are not noteworthy, what pains me is that his part in the subjugation of Nigeria and its people may forever remain speculation amongst the intellectuals and journalists who know what I know.


Mohammed Sani Sami, Nigerian Army brigadier and Governor of Bauchi State, Nigeria.

Mohammed Sani Sami was born in Zuru in Kebbi State. He joined the army on 10 December 1962, and attended training courses with Ibrahim Babangida. He attended the Mons Officer Cadet SchoolAldershot (United Kingdom)

Again this man was a military leader who has had a part in the Nigerian coup d’état of 1983, where he was a participant and subsequently, Mohammed Sani Sami was appointed governor of Bauchi State after a coup on 31 December 1983 that brought General Muhammadu Buhari to power.

This man has gone on to become the Emir of Zuru (Sami Gomo II) a title of kingship that he inherited. Although he often lambasts the current leadership of Buhari, do not be swayed by his public rhetoric for I believe that these men are still one in secret.


Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian Army Major General, Former Nigerian Head of State and current President of Nigeria.

Muhammadu Buhari was born to a Fulani family on 17 December 1942, in DauraKatsina State, to his father Mallam Hardo Adamu, a Fulani chieftain(This is connoting his royal ancestry), and his mother Zulaihat. From 1962 to 1963, Buhari underwent officer cadet training at Mons Officer Cadet School in Aldershot in England.

Now President Buhari was a key factor in the slaughter of Ibos during the Biafra war, his wicked genius contributed to the starvation which was the factor that claimed most of the Biafran lives during the civil war also known as the Biafra War.

He was also involved in the following coup d’état:

1966 Nigerian counter coup d’état

1975 Nigerian coup d’état

1976 Nigerian coup d’état attempt

Head of State (1983–85)
1983 Nigerian coup d’état

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Olusegun Obasanjo, former Nigerian President, and Army General.

Matthew Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo was born in the village of Ibogun-Olaogun in southwest Nigeria. He was born to the Owu branch of the Yoruba people. The Owu branch of the Yoruba people are a people who are entrusted with the task of keeping the crown inherited from Oduduwa the first king of the Yoruba people, the Owu people till today are acknowledged to be the crown keepers of the first and origin crown as brought by Oduduwa, they are not only royal but can easily claim rights to divinity by this alone.

In September 1958 he was selected for six months of additional training at Mons Officer Cadet School in Aldershot, southern England. Obasanjo disliked it there, believing that it was a classist and racist institution, and found it difficult adjusting to the colder, wetter English weather.

But the benefits of his attendance of this academy was very well pronounced as Obasanjo today remains a Kingmaker in Nigeria and West African politics, He also was a part of the civil war, his genius during the war brought about the launched Operation Finishing Touch, ordering his troops to advance towards Umuahia, which they took on Christmas Day. This cut Biafra in half. On 7 January 1970, he then launched Operation Tail Wind, capturing the Uli airstrip on 12 January. At this, the Biafran leaders agreed to surrender.

He was also involved in the 1975 Nigerian coup d’état, although in most publications they claim that Gen Obasanjo was against coups as a means for regime change he, however, agreed to allow this coup to continue when he was offered the second in command position only to Murtala Muhammed, for this to happen he gave silent consent or was an active participant during this coup.  This was the only known coup to which he can be linked.


Hassan Usman Katsina, General Hassan Usman Katsina (31 March 1933 – 24 July 1995) was a Nigerian statesman, nobleman and military leader who was the Governor of Northern Nigeria following the 1966 Nigerian coup d’état. During the Nigerian Civil War, he served as the Chief of Army Staff and later became the Deputy Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters

Hassan Usman was born on March 31, 1933, in Katsina to the Fulani royal family of the Sullubawa clan.

In 1956, Katsina joined the Nigerian Army. As the military was still under colonial control, he trained at the Mons Officer Cadet School and the prestigious Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. 


Bashiru Jinadu, Nigerian Army Major-General and former General Officer Commanding (GOC) 82 Division Enugu, Nigeria. Not much is known about him but he attended the Mons Officer Cadet School and has possible connections to at least 2 coups in Nigeria history.

For a man who leads the famous 82 Battalion of the Nigerian army, a battalion previously lead by Muhammadu Buhari, it is very bizarre that a man of this standing has no picture online and his actual history is nowhere to be found. He also goes by Major General B.A Jinadu for those who have info on this enigma or wish to find information on him.

All the men listed above have 4 major distinguishing factors:

  1. ROYAL LINEAGE: They come from Royal or Aristocratic families or lineages. Not all of them have their familial traces online but further real-world investigations have shown that these men are not the mundane of their society but from privileged classes, not just privileged classes, ones with royal lineages, how this is important or helps their agenda is still a mystery to me.
  2. INVOLVEMENT IN THE MILITARY: They are all military leaders, I feel that this is to ensure an iron grip on the nation should it be necessary, they controlled the military so they control everything, this is why when any civilian progress was being made, they could always swoop in with military intervention claiming they are fighting corruption while they are ironically the most corrupt the country has to offer.
  3. STUDENTS OF THE MONS OFFICER CADET SCHOOL: All without exception are attendees of the Mon Officer Cadet School, they all operate with the same modus operandi and are carrying out the same agenda across the board.
  4. INVOLVEMENT IN CIVIL WARS AND COUPS: All without exception have been part of civil wars and bloody coups to seize power when the military industrial complex could no longer be tolerated by international communities, these same people have shifted into civilians and have gone on to lead the country via presidential offices, traditional monarchy or remain the kingmakers in the shadows because these men even today remain the most prominent of all their political party members.

They appear to be separate in ideas but in the end, no matter who gets into power their actions will always mirror that of their predecessor. They have one agenda, one motive and the motive is simple, keep Nigeria in a state of dependence.

List of All Nigerian Heads of State and their Connection to Britain and the Cabal of Royals

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13 of the 15 Presidents of Nigeria since the First Republic have either been deposed through bloody coups d’état or they have been Assassinated, at every point members of the Mons Officer Cadet School spearhead these coups and assassination, either directly or indirectly.

Every Nigerian president who has implemented policies to significantly stop Nigeria’s dependence of IMF or World Bank, Reduce Import License or halt the privatization of Nigeria’s resources by the West has been killed in office or exited through coups.

Any President or person who tried to fight against corruption and establishing a working electricity grid has been put to death without exception.

The attendees of the Mons Officer Cadet School in Aldershot, are proving to be a cabal or a secret society of men with similar ideologies and thoughts, whose ultimate alliance rests with first Britain. It is so bad that even our medals of honor are in accordance with British standards, more than a few of our presidents have been knighted by the Queen of England, who happens to be the first head of state of Nigeria.

All Mons Officer Cadet School attendees have gone on to escape justice, regardless of the deaths, embezzlement and even genocide that went on in their wake i.e Buhari, Obasanjo, Gen Garbe, Gen Hassan Katsina, indirect affiliates like Gen Ibrahim Babangida ETC where all involved in the civil war that saw the rape and slaughter of more than a million Igbos, their history of embezzling Nigeria’s wealth and enslaving the next generation with unprecedented debt is well documented and is public Knowledge.

Obasanjo alone is directly responsible for the deaths of Odi, Zaki Biam, Vaase, Agbayin, Gbeji and Sankara in Benue State but there is never any retribution for his actions or that of his cohorts. Rather they are given accolade after accolade for the slaughter and pillaging of the Nigerian people, The sad part about this is that Nigerians are so oblivious to the atrocities of these men that many ignorantly praise these men and desire then back in power.

The shadow of the cabal of the Mons Officer Cadet School doesn’t affect just Nigeria, as members consist of people with other African nationalities. We know that they are one because those other attendees went on to annex power through coups or bloody civil wars:

  1. Akwasi Amankwaa Afrifa, Ghanaian Head of State who was the spearhead for the 24 February 1966 coup, this was the same coup that saw the doors of Ghana close to Kwame Nkrumah, even when he needed herbal remedy for his illness he was refused entree into Ghana until he died, away from home. Gen Afrifa regime was one that saw many atrocities during the coup and the bankruptcy of the entire nation of Ghana, plunging the country into greater and greater subservience to the UK and the US.

  2. John Amadu Bangura, Sierra Leone Army brigadier and acting Governor-General of Sierra Leone, In April 1968, Bangura led the Sergeants’ Coup and overthrew Brigadier Andrew Juxon-Smith and his National Reformation Council (NRC). Bangura arrested every high-ranking officer in the army and police so that he could restore the constitution and democracy to Sierra Leone. There was another side to Bangura, some accused him of being a bully, a tribalist, with no regard for authority in the military, as violent and having no principles.

The list I have on the attendees of this Mons Officer Cadet School Cabal is very limited, I have had to update Wikipedia with my findings, but it is worth knowing that all over them without exception sort to take over their respective country through coups, civil wars and other bloody methods and when they gained power, they simply handed their respective country to IMF and World Bank in heavy debts which their countries have not yet finished paying back, no matter where they come from, it is always the same.

I will also go as far as to say that, the Nigerian Mons Officer Cadet School Cabal has great influence all over Africa, these men are too powerful to influence Nigeria alone.

Nigeria’s highest Medal of Honor is fashioned in accordance with British precepts, for a country that is sovereign, everything of Nigeria including our coat of arms is hinting at its ownership by Britain.

These men are mostly tribalistic and nepotistical in sentiments but thats when you observe them on the surface, these men are simply Royals who see themselves as gods on earth, they are very dangerous, still active, very wicked and will not waste time in ruining peoples lives or career should you tempt them.

These men are only in power to make sure that Nigeria especially never progresses enough to be self-sufficient. It is a known fact that if Nigeria is allowed to proper, our economic output alone will be too much competition for China, not to talk about our human resources who are the best in every field of work.

I am writing this article to make sure that people think and understand that the state of Nigeria is one that is being deliberately placed where it is today. It makes no sense that we have no light yet supply light to more than 2 countries, it makes no sense that we go for peacekeeping missions all over Africa and the world, yet we cannot keep the lives of Nigerians safe, it makes no sense for one person to steal $1 billion, I feel these embezzlements are done purposely to keep Nigeria dependent on bodies like IMF and World Bank, Nigeria must never grow because our growth will signal the beginning of Africa coming together as Nigeria will be the power that can protect the rest.

Nigeria is a prison and the attendees of the Mons Officer Cadet School are its Jailers who are there to laugh with us in the day and yet destroy the lives of Nigerians through international debt and bloodshed.

It is true that Sani Abacha was a dictator par excellence, Abacha also embezzled money but if Nigerians will be honest about the doings of Olusegun Obasanjo, Ibrahim Babangida, and Muhammadu Buhari, we will soon see that this trinity of majestic men of the cabal of Royals are more corrupt and bloodthirsty then a city of Abachas.

Every president in Nigeria’s history since the first republic has had a connection with these individuals, be it directly or through conflict where they seize the power with coups.

As long as these men influence Nigeria, directly or indirectly, Nigeria will forever be in debt, belonging to Britain, as long as Nigeria is ruled and controlled by these men directly or indirectly, Nigeria will never progress.


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