The thread between Cultism and Autism (eye opener and a command) by John Omoku



“Who goes you”

 “Wither you”

“We go fall am down”


(Above are popular sayings, by cultists, somewhere in West Africa, with the aim of instilling fear in their victims... Mind you, they are not just to instill fear. Still wondering what the last quote means?) 


Life is evolving every day. A dynamic process they say it is. However, the cult groups aren't resting their nets... C'mon! There are lots of fishes coming with the changing tides, and so they are up and ever running. 


Cultism has evolved to becoming an association of mean and nasty archers coming together to forming a franchise that will not only pose a threat to their offenders, but the society at large. 


Can't you see? Look around you... Handsome men and beautiful women, now rusty scars from blades of axe and knives. They wear uniforms, not just on their bodies, but in their hearts, with one common goal.


What is that? You tell me. 


Is this not madness well dressed?


They use axes and cutlasses, but the government uses them as axes and cutlasses. 


Egocentrism flows... My group is the best. Eliminate any man that stands as your opponent. If you don't see them, don't come back empty handed. No one dares challenge. 


Éyo éyo, commot body oo, blood must pour! 


Is this not madness well dressed? 


A vibrant youth, already a cultist... Why? 

“Na condition make crayfish bend”

(His past predicament is responsible for his situation).


Parents, you have a role to play.. 

Stop saying, “pikin wey bad Don bad” (Evil is already inherent in a bad child, no solution)


Educate them, open their eyes and hearts.


To the guys and girls, weigh your options, like a man with his gasket on his left hand, and a pen on his right hand... 


“Condition no bend crayfish, Wetin dey inside crayfish Naim bend am”.



John Omoku. 

Some phrases in the article were written in some typical Nigerian slangs, it is quite obvious, that this article can be traced to the Nigerian roots as the primary source, and society at large, as an aim. 




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