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A serene academic environment becomes a bloodbath of chaos and cultish nightmares for students and faculty at the University of Nigeria in Enugu when a fierce and brutal battle ensues between the top two rivaling fraternities. Fueled by retaliation and retribution, the young men seek nothing more than to brutally take the lives of innocents, spilling blood and leaving a trail of terror and devastation.
Power corrupts the fraternity leaders, ricocheting like a stray bullet as it finds its target in the Last Oda.
The book is not only an exposé, but equally a bold and fearless guide into the “inner sanctum” of the various secret fraternities operating within Nigerian higher institutions, interspersed with various socio-cultural aspects of the university environment and the polity in general.
Through balanced strokes of the pen, Last Oda brazenly opens the mind and psyche of an average Nigerian frat man, illuminating not only how he does the things he does, but also, WHY?
Amidst the serene academic environment started a sudden rumbling in the campus underworld that ended up truncating and turning all academic activities in the campus upside down. Three days into the chaos, the air was thick with stench of blood and death!
Students and staff of the University of Nigeria Enugu Campus were terrified. The next name in the casualty list remained uncertain.
UNEC was thrown into confusion and desolation. The campus lay like a hurricane- devastated region, after the fierce and brutal battle between members of the Pirates Confraternity and the Supreme Vikings Confraternity.
Lives were snuffed out of fifty-five students. At the centre of the fiasco, was the Supreme Chief of the Pirates Confraternity, Jerry Orits a.k.a. Hannibal the Great. It started with a girl, and ended with BLOOD!
Lots of blood.
In the frat men’s world, retaliation and retribution rank high. At the end of the bloody spar, what began as a “warning lesson” was concluded with reprisal attacks forcing Hannibal and others to realize that cultism was no way to stay alive. It is as dangerous and deadly, as a ricocheting bullet.