When the whistle of disintegration which had started to blow within the Pyrates Confraternity reached a crescendo in 1972, with increased violations of the confraternity creed, Bolaji Carew and some members, took another ‘bold’ step to correct the observed ills, by pulling out of the Pyrates Confraternity.
They left and formed a new confraternity to uphold all the wrong doings the Pyrates had come to embrace. These gentlemen - BOLAJI CAREW and KUNLE ADIGUN - chose the name of their new confraternity with specific intent. They knew that Buccaneers were meant to be society`s roving policemen, who are naturally and morally superior to all seafaring creatures - Hence, the name SEALORD.....Read more
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