COMMEMORATION of NIGERIAN BLACKBELT GENERATION'S 35TH ANNIVERSARY 1977 - 2012

COMMEMORATION of NIGERIAN BLACKBELT GENERATION'S 35TH ANNIVERSARY 1977 - 2012
Meet the three pioneer Dan-graders, Dominic Asuquo Bassey, Koffi Sunday Anani and Emmanuel Ikpeme currently Grandmasters, now past their golden jubilee years, who were tested and licensed by the pioneer father of Taekwondo Jidokwan in the Nation, Master Aikpa Aime

TAEKWONDO HALL OF FAME AWARD, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA 2011

TAEKWONDO HALL OF FAME AWARD, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA 2011
RECIPIENTS FROM NIGERIA: Grandmaster Emmanuel Ikpeme, Grandmaster Pius Ilukhor, Grandmaster George Ashiru, Master Tony Ekaidem, Master Margaret Achibi, Master Uzoma Onwuchekwa, Master Bola Odunlami

2012 BLACK BELT DAN CERTIFICATE PRESENTATION

2012 BLACK BELT DAN CERTIFICATE PRESENTATION
NIGERIA TAEKWONDO BLACKBELT COLLEGE

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Pilsung! WELCOME to the FBBC Yu Dan Hae

LEGAL STATUS:

FBBC IS A FACULTY OF THE NTF75 Registered by Government
Non-Political ● Non-Partisan ● Strictly Professional Body
COMMITTED TO
Advancement Research ● Training ● Career Development
● Attainment of Ultimate Spiritual Enlightenment●

RECOGNIZED BY
Supreme Council for Sport in Africa (SCSA) Zone-3
The New International Jidokwan Federation, Ohio
Oriental Martial Arts College, Columbus
World United Martial Arts Alliance


PROMOTION TO BLACK BELT
Promotion to black belt in any martial art indicates a level of proficiency in that art. It means you are a person who should be respected and emulated. It also means that you’ve come a long way since those faltering moves that indicated it was your first time on the mat for hard work and frustration while your instructor was watching you
–BLACKBELT MAGAZINE.
WHAT GOOD IS IN BELTS
...only thing belts are good at is for holding up your pants.
-BRUCE LEE
(Inducted into Black Belt magazine’s Black Belt Hall of Fame in 1972)
QUALITY OF BLACK BELT
…the belt is worth nothing if the practitioner has not developed internal qualities and substance, for example, integrity, honour and fearlessness the belt is supposed to signify. Master Kyu Shim

BLACK BELT OATH
I, on becoming a Black Belt in Tae-Kwon-Do, solemnly swear to the following Oath: to obey the Master and Instructor; to obey the rule of Tae-Kwon-Do; to set a good example and be of good moral character, that lesser belts may follow; to continue to train diligently and vigorously in the art of Tae-Kwon-Do; and to strive for excellence. To keep the honour of Black Belt above all with modesty.

FBBC OATH
As a member of the FBBC Tae Kwon Do, I do solemnly pledge to abide by the rules of the college strive always to be modest, courteous and respectful to all members in particular my seniors. to put the art to use only in self defence or in defence of the weak and never to abuse my knowledge of it.
CLASSIFICATION OF THE BLACK BELT

9TH DAN
GREAT GRANDMASTER
8TH DAN
GRANDMASTER’S DEGREE
7TH DAN
ASSOCIATE GRANDMASTER
6TH DAN
SENIOR MASTER’S DEGREE
5TH DAN
HIGHER MASTER’S DEGREE
4TH DAN
MASTER’S DEGREE
3RD DAN
SNR BLACKBELT DEGREE
2ND DAN
HIGHER BLACKBELT DEGREE
1ST DAN
GRADUATE BLACK BELT
BLACK BELT MASTERSHIP EDUCATION
PRESCRIBED FIELDS OF STUDY:

9TH DAN
PHILOSOPHY OF THE MARTIAL ARTS
8TH DAN
PRO MARTIAL ARTS SECURITY
7TH DAN
MARTIAL SPORTS SCIENCE
6TH DAN
COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
5TH DAN
OLYMPISM (Int’l Martial Sports Law)
4TH DAN
DOJANG ADMINISTRATION
3RD DAN
PEDAGOGY (Teaching & Coaching)
2ND DAN
TOURNAMENT MANAGEMENT
1ST DAN
FOUNDATIONS OF THE BLACK BELT
UNDERSTANDING THE BLACK BELT
The black belt is an award of honour to the modern knight or samurai who has sacrificed many hours in disciplining and honing his body and mind to achieve the epitome of physical and internal achievement. The black belt is the symbol of an expert. –MASTER HIDETAKA NISHIYAMA

MEANING OF THE TITLE DAN
The term DAN is derived from the monumental titles DEAN or DON, meaning scholar of great learning leader and disciplinarian. Technically, the term DAN means DEGREE, distinct from the KEUP grade. DAN is used to distinguish the ''Master'', while KEUP is used to classify the ''Student'' rank. A black belt is qualified a master after attainment of the 4th Dan, and grandmaster (JEONG SA NIM) at 8th Dan. 1st to 3rd Dan are prospective master’s degree, addressed as BOO-SABUM-NIM.

MEANING OF THE BLACK BELT
Black translates as "Void", but also meaning "sky" or "Heaven", represents those things beyond our everyday experience, particularly those things composed of pure energy. Bodily, kū represents spirit, thought, and creative energy. It represents our ability to think and to communicate, as well as our creativity. It can also be associated with power, creativity, spontaneity, and inventiveness.

Kū is of particular importance as the highest of the elements. In martial arts, particularly in fictional tales where the fighting discipline is blended with magic or the occult, one often invokes the power of the Void to connect to the quintessential creative energy of the world. A warrior properly attuned to the Void can sense his surrounding and act without thinking, and without using his physical senses.

The concept of belts to signify ability in the martial arts was pioneered by Jigoro Kano. Kano travelled far and wide teaching and found different coloured belts would more allowed him to more easily distinguish the beginners from the more advanced students. He found this necessary, so he that he could train students at a level befitting their abilities. Kano decided the more advanced more advanced
students should wear black.

INSTITUTION OF THE FBBC AS STANDARD BEARER INSTITUTIONThe Federal Black Belt College (FBBC) was conceived by Grandmaster Emmanuel Ikpeme, as a patriotic and cosmic responsibility of leadership, to institute and assert the congenital, condign power and authority of the Black Belt as an academy of masters in the history of our national martial arts development, committed to continuing the traditional legacy of research, teaching, training, grading, administration, upholding high moral, ethical standards for career advancements and professionalism.
BIRTH OF BLACK BELTS IN NIGERIA
History was made on April 24, 1977 when three out of about one hundred (100) pioneer disciples of the Korean martial art in Nigeria namely, Dominic Asuquo Bassey, Kofi Sunday Anani, Emmanuel Edet Ikpeme were tested at a grading examination and found worthy to be awarded the 1st Dan FEDERAL LICENCE OF BLACK BELT by the pioneer father of Nigeria Taekwondo, Master Aikpa Aime, approved by Grandmaster Kim Yong Tae, from Ivory Coast, at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos.
Following the maiden grading and subsequent exit of Master Aime from Nigeria between July/August 1977, the onus of leadership fell directly on the first generation black belters who, in their late teenage and above, continued the grading tradition, ensuring that justice was accorded other foundation members qualified to take the Dan promotion Test and, thus Messrs Bassey, Anani and Ikpeme collaboratively organized general Test which were held annually and regularly between 1978 till 1981 and 1984 when expatriate WTF instructors started visiting Nigeria.

BLACK BELT LICENCINGThe grading occasion was attended by leading instructors and members of the martial arts fraternity including Boxing, Judo, Karate and Kung Fu, including Brazilian Sensei Sho Da-Silva. The Grading was given nationwide publicity in the Daily Times newspaper by sport journalist Igbinoba Ikpo who is currently a Martial Arts Adviser to the Supreme Council for Sports in Africa (SCSA) Zone-3.

PIONEER OFFICIAL WTF MASTERS IN NIGERIA 1983 -1999
● Master M.C. Kim ● Master J.R. Park ● Master B.H. Lee

POPULATION OF BLACKBELTS IN NIGERIA
Today there over one thousand (1000) certified male and female black belts from four generations as subset of the first, documented in the national register, representing 36 states and Abuja clubs, associations, institutions, the armed forces, Police, uniformed services, security agencies, the media, with about fifty (50) foreign-based (in Asia, UK, USA and diasporas) who are successful in various fields as coaches, instructors and executives, bankers, engineers, lawyers, doctors and pastors.
NIGERIA BLACK BELT FAMILY TREE


Supreme Grandmaster Kim Yong Tae, 9th Dan
AFRICA (Cote d’ Ivoire) TKD PIONEER cir. 1965

Great Grandmaster Aikpa Aime
PIONEER FATHER OF NIGERIA TAEKWONDO & BLACK BELT
GERERATION 1975 – 1977 ON

FIRST GENERATION BLACK BELTS GRADED SUN, 24 APR 77
Dominic Bassey ● Kofi Anani ● Emmanuel Ikpeme

FOSTER FATHER OF TKD & SPORT KARATE IN NIGERIA
Dr. (O-Sensei) Jack E. Mbom, Fmr. Lecturer N.I.S.

SUB-SET OF THE FIRST GENERATION BLACKBELTS
1978 - 1987
Leo Kunle Labinjo
Adedapo Adetola ● Azubike Uzoaru
Boniface Nwachukwu ● Charles N. Owah
Pius Ilukhor ● George O. Akinola ● Taiwo Nosiru ● Babatunde Edunjobi

SECOND GENERATION BLACK BELTS
James Ademuyiwa & Michael Okon (1981) ● G. Ashiru ● J. Nnaji (1982) Yusuf Yahaya (RIP) – Peter Awodi ● F. Eyo Asuquo & O. Egwim (1985)

CHUNG DO KWAN & ITF TAE KWON-DO PIONEER
Master Dax Kumapayi (Pioneer of ITF in Nigeria)

SOUTH KOREAN WTF MASTERS IN NIGERIA 1981 - 1993:
Elías Aouad ● B. K. Lee ● Abraham Papafio ● Gwak Ki-Ok
Jun Rae Park ● Moo Cheon Kim ● Byung Ho Lee ● Sim Woon Pan

PIONEER BLACK BELT OF NIGERIAN ARMY INT. SCH. 1984
AGM / Prof. E. Maximin-Agha, EP, mnassm, ndace

LEADING VOICE OF TKD BLACKBELTS IN NORTHERN NIGERIA
Steve Adah Terlumun

FIRST FEMALE BLACK BELT IN NIGERIA:
Tayo Popoola

FIRST OLYMPIC MEDALISTS
Peter E. Oghenejobo (Silver, 1992); Chukwumerije (Bronze, 2008)

FIRST FEMALE OLYMPIANS
Patience Anyaegbunam (1992) ● Princess Dudu (2004)

FIRST FEMALE BLACK BELT GOLD MEDALISTS, ALL AFRICA GAMES
Anastasia Osudia ● Margaret Achibi ● Brenda Paul (Jo’burg 99)

PREMIER FIRST LADY BLACK BELT IN AFRICA 2004
Dr. (Mrs.) Maryam Babangida, 2nd Dan (Hon), IJF-USA
INC.
MANY OTHER GENERATIONS OF EMINENT BLACK BELT CITIZENS
Concerned Professionals ● Patrons & Grand Patrons ● Vice -Chancellors Heads of State ● State Governors ● Police I.G. ● Legal Luminaries (SAN)
School Proprietors ● SWAN & Friends of Taekwondo
FBBC WHO'S WHO
NATIONAL BLACK BELT REGISTER
Over 1000 Dan-graders documented generated Since 1977
Surnames First in Alphabetical Order
●●●●●●●●●●●●A - Z●●●●●●●●●●●
A
Abudu Remi
Abdullahi Haruna
Abdul-Malik Mohammed
Achibi Margaret
Achu Justice
Adams Saad A.
Adamu Buba
Adebayo Babatunde Hill
Adebayo Selinat Aramide
Adebukola Israel Bolarinwa
Adebo Adelani
Ademuyiwa James
Adetola Adedapo
Adetona Oyebanji
Adeogun Adedamola
Adewalure Tayo Max
Adewole Anuoluwapo Ifeoluwa
Adeyeye Uchechi Adeyinka
Adewunmi Temitope
Adeyemi-Enilari Yemi
Adeyeye-Osuji Adesola
Adogbeji Roland Dafejimue
Adonri Arthur
Adukwu Emmanuel
Adukwu Anthony Owoicho
Agabi Joel
Agatha Aluya
Ahorlu Theodore
Aime Aikpa
Ajoku Nnamdi
Akhionbare Ayo Babtunde
Akinsete Steve
Akinola George Ope
Akinola-Omotola Dolapo
Akinwande Olatunji
Alemede Emmanuel Oyetunji
Agbebaku Femi Bakson
Agboola Oluwadamidare Drlee
Agha Emmanuel Maximin Prof.
Aikude Peter
Ajayi Charles
Ajiduah Andrew Prof. (RIP)
Ajomale Oluwaseun
Akaa Clet (RIP)
Akala Jumoke
Akhiode Oyaghiri
Akhiode Ukel
Akinlosotu Tutu
Akinbo Cornerstone
Akinfenwa Akin
Akinfenwa Michael
Akinola George Ope
Akinsola Gideon ACP
Akinwande Olatunji
Akpa Francis
Akpan Edike M.
Akpan Ibanga
Akuma Boniface
Akusito Fesito Sito
Alakija Anthony
Alex Victor
Allen Richard
Alfa Mallam A.S.
Aliemeke Robert
Allen Richard
Amaefula Kelechi
Amakiri Cynthia
Anafulu Anthony
Anani Kogi
Ani Dennis
Aniekwe Kenneth
Anthony-Aluya Agatha
Anthony Christopher
Anyakora Toochukwu
Anyanwu Ikechukwu
Anyiwo Chimdi
Aouad Elias
Arikhan Simeon
Asanam Gideon
Asedegbega Austine
Ashiru George
Ashiru Taofeeq
Asiegbe Adaeze Victoria
Asiegbe Samuel Innocent
Asuquo Obisong Duncan
Atanda Bashiru
Atisso Richard
Awodi Peter
Aye Apre
Ayobam Yusuf
Ayodeji Lopez
Ayomide Adedayo
Ayoola Luth Alao
Ayoola Zaenab Precious
B
Babangida Maryam, Dr. / Mrs.
Bamidele Olawale
Banjo Emmanuel Alaba
Bashir Saturday
Bassey Angel Rita
Bassey Dominic Asuquo
Bassey Dominic Williams
Bassey Francis Sunday
Bassey Victor
Bassey Kingsley Etim
Bedeteri Victoria
Bello Rasheed
Benson Yinka
Berg Ron M. Van den
Bisong Paul
Bisong Peter Major (RIP), Nigerian Army
Bruce Natty
C
Casmir Kuba
Chima Eric Eze
Chinedu-Rockson Collins
Chiekwe Christian
Chukwu O. O. Prof.
Chukwuma Ali
Chukwuemeka Nwafor
Chukwumerije Uche Senator
Chukwumerije Kwame (RIP)
Chukwumerije Che
Chukwumerije Chika
Clarkson Napoleon
Collins Ene
D
Dafejimue Roland
Daniel Gbenga Otunba, His Excellency
Danladi Ahmad
Dehumo Victor
Dembele talibe
Desouza Alfred
Diallo Mohammed
Dirionyema Vitalis
Dirisu Friday
Disu Moshood Obafemi
Ditu Jeonghae Grace
Ditu Shihyun Prince
Dominic-Kim Emmanuel
Dominic-Kim Victor
Don Andy
Duruamaka Emeka
Dutse Nicholas
E
Ebokohwo Efagene
Eche Takon
Ebenuwa Charles
Ebenuwa Catherine
Edem Archibong Okon
Edeze Austin Igwe Chief
Edunjobi Babatunde
Effiok Tom Ben
Effiok Tommy Effiok
Effiong Emmanuel Asuquo
Egba Okoi Oyama
Egbe Catherine
Egbe John Wilson
Egbele Reverend
Egereonu Regina
Egwu Sam Ominyi Dr.
Egunwnendia Joseph
Egwim Osita
Ejeh Linus
Ejiofor Hope
Ekere Clement
Ekossi Epane
Ekott Simeon
Ekpebu Lloyd
Ekpenyong Friday Okon
Ekpenyong Joseph
Ekpo Aniefiok
Ekwueme Laz Prof.
Ekanem Anthony
Ekanem Stukson
Ekeagwuonu Princewill
Ekene Chilokwu
Ekhator Emmanuel
Ekwerike Francis
Elijah Imaobong Clara
Elijah Ubong Etim
Eloundou Christian
Emechete Micklem
Enahoro Victor
Eneda Brown
Eneduwa Mykel
Enumah Afam Innocent
Enweazu Patrick
Ephraim Victor
Epetuku Emmanuel
Essien Emmanuel Okure
Esu Joy
Etim Edet
Etim Edet Mrs.
Eya Jackson Sam
Eyo Asuquo Francis
Eze Paulinus Prince
Ezenwa Eugene Ikechukwu
Ezenwata Robert
Ezirike Adolphus (RIP)
Ezirike Peace
Ezirike Promise
Ezukwu Akudo
F
Faniran Wunmi
Fatile Gbenga
Fatusin Mohammed
Fagbemide Segun Paul
Fayemi Lawrence
Foli Philomena
Fayose Sunday
G

Giwa Olumide Dada
Gboligi Greg Barrister
Goubadia Amicable Destiny
Gwandiku-Kekuna Alberta
H
Hellel Roland
Hellel Karim
Henry Anietie Imeh
I
Ibanga Edidiong Friday
Ibe Clement
Ibe Sylvester
Ibelo Jude
Idam Gabriel
Idam Kingsley
Idu Paul
Ifidon Alex
Igbinedion Charity
Igbokwe Jeremiah
Ighomen John
Ighemudia Lucky
Igwe James
Igwe Oke
Igwe OnyekaIhedioha Solomon
Ihensekkien Ken
Ihom Steve
Ihuoma Emmanuel
Inakhu Godwin
Ikang Andrew
Ikpeme Emmanuel E. Dr.
Ikpeme Emmanuel Edet
Ilori Oluwakolade Raphael
Ilukhor Pius
Ilukhor Anthony
Inegbenehin Anthony
Inglish Patty GM
Inyang Imo Daniel
Ipaye Kunle
Isaiah Gowon Captain
Isimire Appeal Yemisi
Isu Christopher Omo
Itakpe Elias
Itua Moses
Iworuke Patrick
Iyalla D'King (King)
Iyiola Akinola Akinsoji
Izuogu Donatus
J
Jackson James
Jaiyesimi Oluwatosin
John Friday
K
Kadiri Christopher
Kadiri Jonathan
Kallila Alhaji
Kanu Nsikak Emmanuel Uche
Kingsley Katto David
Kumapayi Dax
L
Labinjo Leo Kunle
Labossiere Albert
Luke Olushola
M
Mac-Teddy Fred, mnipr
Makanjuola Vincent (RIP)
Martins Olufemi
Mbom Jack Emmanuel
Metu Emeka
Mfon Ekpe Brownson
Mirabeau Tatfaeng
Moctar Siby
Modibou Doumbia
Mogbolu Greg
Mohammed Abubakar
Mohammed Mamudah
Morah Uche
Mubana Mene
Mukaila Aramide
Mummini-Yusuf Abdul
Mungadi D. Danladi, Commandant NSCDC
Muoneke Theo Chief
Musa Ibrahim
Mustapha Amina
Mutiu Akinyemi
N
Nathan Folashade
Nathan Yomi
Ndu Nnamdi
Nelson Eric T. (R.I.P. 16/7/11)
Njoku Ifeanyi
Njoku Leonard Uche
Nnaji Jonathan
Nkanga Mike
Nonso Onye
Nungo Tomi
Nosiru Taiwo
Nsekpong Aniefiok
Nsurumike Kasarachi
Nwachukwu Boniface
Nwaibari Collins
Nwainyinya Chukwudi
Nwakpuda James
Nwali Maxwell, Hon
Nwankwo Chijioke
Nwasoria Ginikanwa
Nwasoria Patrick
Nwasoria Uche
Nwobashi Humphrey
Nwobodo Ikechukwu
Nwosu Emeka
Nwosu Kelechi
Nzenwata Robert
O

Obadofin Cliff
Obi Ijeoma
Obeto Joseph
Obiorah Martins
Obiorah Michael
Obuaya Anthony O
Odejide Dipo
Odejobi Ayokunnumi Oluwaseun
Odejobi Odetunji
Odom Robert
Oduoye Simeon Compol
Odunlami Bola
Oforma Desmond
Ogah-Chukwu phyllis Ogo
Ogah Fidelis Prof
Ogama Ogaba
Ogba James
Ogba Obinna
Ogbaki Raphael
Ogbechie Ndibuisi Ifechukwude
Ogbiji Edward
Ogbonna Gibson (RIP)
Ogbuoji Sunday Chief
Oghenejobo Peters Emmanuel
Ogoro Henry Godspower
Ogumelen Lucky
Ogunniyi Olakanmi
Ogunniyi Oladimeji
Ogunnowo Jimmy
Ogunnowo Peace
Oguntuyi Funke
Ohaiman Alfred
Ojebode Olu
Ojemeke Peter
Okafor Jude
Okafor Michael
Okegbe Cletus
Okeke Nelson
Okeke Sabinus
Okoh Nze P. C.
Okoduwa Steven
Okoko Amaka
Okoye Andrew
Okenwa Theresa
Okoli Osita
Okon George
Okon Ephraim
Okon Michael
Okonya Osita
Okorie Harrison
Okoro Modestus
Okoro Monday E.
Oku Biyernes
Oladeinde Michael
Oladimeji Dolapo
Olalekan Masha
Olatunji Folarin
Olopade Tosin
Olubukola Ajayi Ganiyu
Oludipe Rotimi Olulope
Oluigbo Ofo Ferguson
Oluigbo Kennedy
Oluigbo Nelson
Olukotun Kola
Ominyi Sunny
Omobobola Ajayi
Omokhodion Omo
Omolumo I. G.
Omonehin Femi
Omoregie Nosa
Onabanjo Tajudeen
Onedibe Ignatius
Ononiwu Chukwuemeka
Ononuju Mahoney Chukwuebuka
Onuegbu Damson
Onwe Bong Abraham
Onwe Harrison, ksm
Onwe John
Onwuchekwa Uzoma
Onwuezobe Bonaventure
Onwuka Okey
Opara Henry
Oresanya Boluwatife Ayomide
Oresanya Dotun Adesola
Orebiyi Tunde
Osado Betty
Osarumwense Christopher O
Osudia Anastasia
Osuji Chinedu
Otite Jovi
Ottah Happy
Otubushin Ebenezar
Ottuka Brith
Ouandji lyle Charlie
Oviede Victor
Owa Charles Ndidi
Owa Anuoluwapo
Owoidoho Udofia
Oyofo Harriman S
P
Papafio Abraham Quartey
Paul Bamidele F.
Paul Brenda
Peter Thursdaline
Popoola Tayo
Psax Prince Efue
Q
Quakers Norrison
R
Richard Imaobong Gloria
Richardson Jude Etokwu
Robbins Gerard GM
Robson Respect Dickson
S
Saad Suleiman
Saidu Abdullahi
Salau Kehinde
Saliu Etor Musa
Sekumade Dayo
Shatin Tope
Shuaibu Mohammed
Silas Itoro
Simon Life Nyong
Sirajo Saraja
Smart Tina
Smith Goddy
Smith Olumuyiwa
Solo Jack
Solomon Joseph
Solomon Joshua
Solomon Oformesia
Stanley Obieachina
T
Tae Kim Yong
Taiwo Abiodun
Taritein-Boco Goodwill
Tatfaeng Mirabeau
Tchoquessi Edouard
Tonna Nwaneri
U
Ude Odicha
Udo Mfonobong Nsikak James
Udonkanga Princewell
Udumoh Solomon
Udimoh Bishop
Ufeli..........................
Ufeli..........................
Ufia Victor Daniel
Ugboko Michael
Ugboma Ugama
Ujeh Henry Okechukwu
Uko Oko Ude
Ukwu Ezuma
Umar Mohammed
Umeh Okechukwu
Uruama Harrison
Usen Iquaibom
Usman Mohammed
Uwaje Maria
Uyi Dennis Omoregie Prince
Uzoaru Azubike
V
W
Wabeke Allwell
Wakanda Tony Adams
Williams Judith
Williams Made (RIP)
Wink Maarten M.
Wokocha Ikechukwu
Wokocha Omezie
Wole Gege
X
Y
Yahaya Yusuf Akofe (RIP)
Yakubu Mohammed
Yero Jubrin
Yisau Hakeem
Young Harry
Yusuf Ghost N. O.
Z
Zuokumo Mike
PLEASE NOTE:
List of Names inconclusive
(Still compiling...Still posting)