Nathaniel Oyelola: 1928-2021

Many remarkable people exit this earthly plane everyday, but not all of them reassure our faith in humanity the way Engr Nathaniel Oyelola did. From the maiden voyage of the Pyrates Confraternity in 1952/1953, at University College, Ibadan, till his last days, he remained stoically committed to the eternal humanistic and chivalric ideals to which he and the rest of the Original Seven founders swore, and upon which our great confraternity was built.

Weeks after Pyrates protest, Senate calls for CCT boss' defence on assault allegations

Justice may be on the horizon for Mr Clement Sagwak, the man assaulted in Abuja by the Chairman of the CCT, Mr Danladi Umar. The Senate Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions has given Umar two weeks to defend a petition against him.
Recall that members of the Pyrates Confraternity had on Tuesday April 6 protested in front of the CCT office building in Abuja demanding the removal of Danladi Umar who allegedly assaulted Sagwak.

NAS Oxbow Marino Deck Identifies Accident Hotspots in Yenegoa

On Saturday 14th Nov 2020, Oxbow Marino Deck of the National Association of Seadogs (NAS), embarked on a "Road Caution Signage" project in Yenegoa, the Bayelsa State Capital. The Association's core value of giving back to the society has propelled us here in Yenagoa to install these road Signages which will help reduce the incessant road accidents. 

End SARS Now!

We view with grave sadness and increasing concern, the reign of terror and abuse of civil liberties being unleashed on hapless citizens by some unprofessional elements within the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) unit of the Nigeria Police Force, who appear intent on tarnishing the reputation of the Force.

NLC Strike: Pyrates stand with Nigerians

The National Association of Seadogs (Pyrates Confraternity) observes with sadness and concern, the unfolding developments around the planned industrial action by the Nigerian Labour Congress and its affiliate unions.
 
We note that this action by the Unions is impelled by the recent hike in electricity tariff, petroleum prices coupled with other harsh economic policies of the Federal Government. The resultant drop in living standards and magnification of poverty and social disadvantage should attract the attention of all well –meaning Nigerians especially political office holders.

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