Nigerian Conglomerate

The Nigerian Conglomerate (or NC) is a small political party based within European shorelines that have had a long vested interest in Nigeria, and coming to power. Currently the party has over 20 Official members, as well as “shadow members” who choosing to stay out of public attention and recognition until the party comes to power. Their more radical policies and new age viewpoints on especially how economics is handled within the country have made the party popular amongst the public who have been aware of their presence and plans for the country since the party officially formed in 1993.

During the early 1990’s, the party was a radical protest group, and was known for their violent attacks against the state, including police stations and hospitals. Theirs views directly challenged many of the laws of the Nigerian Government, who refused to change them after more peaceful methods were used as protest. After a series of police raids during the December of 1991, of which the 24th of that month was the bloodiest and lead to the killing of 21 leading member of the group and 43 activists, the NC ceased to exist for a time. Due to the danger of operating from within Nigerian Borders the group moved to Southern Europe, and then later to Britain, to run their office and re-establish what they had lost. This intercontinental movement was started by a new entrant to the Party who was quick to be voted as the leader during an informal, but famous 1992 Election during January.

The controversy that initially surrounded the election was that it was for the First Caucasian male to ever have a leading role in a Nigerian political party. His name was Tyceron Smith, who originally lived in northern parts of South Africa, before moving to the Nigerian City of Lagos. During this time he met some with members of the Old Nigerian Conglomerate group and was shortly initiated into the group, becoming a member.

During their time in Europe the party recruited members and reinstate its former presence within Nigerian home soil. In order to do this, during the summer of 1992 the party created smaller groups, spread around the country, with the purpose of informing the local populace of the self proclaimed “Rebirth” of the Conglomerate.

Official Government and Nigerian Conglomerate Conflicts to date

August 27th 1997
Police raid on suspected NC meeting point, the event escalated and ended with the death of three innocent bystanders and the arrest of people suspected of being supporters of the Conglomerate.

November 2nd 2001
“The Golden Lance Incident” – A small group of NC insurgents living in bordering countries entered Nigerian borders and proceeded to bomb police stations, Hospitals, and other state owned buildings. During the incident 31 police were reported to have been Killed or severely wounded although numbers have never been confirmed. Currently inquests are still being held over how this event was allowed to become as serious as it did with no answers yet provided from state police or military forces.

April 12th 2003
A small scale attack was made on the “All Nigeria Peoples Party” offices in which 14 people were killed. Shortly after the incident the NC radicals quickly claimed responsibility although officially the party has denied any involvement with the April 12th attacks.

Current Political Status

The NC currently hold 1.8% of the votes but hold no seats due to disciplinary action which was brought on by the previous Violence of the Party and the supposed attacks made by the party during the course of the century. Due to this the Conglomerate is not allowed to hold seats until 2012 and also may not have their voting figures officially published to the public of Nigeria until the afore mentioned year.

Tyceron Smith

Tyceron Smith (born Timothy Smith on September 27th 1973) was the first white leader ever to be elected into a Nigerian Political Party. Not much was known about this man but due to birth certificates, which originated from northern parts of South Africa, it shows that his Parents (Anne and Patrick Smith) originated from Britain and moved to South Africa during the early late 60’s. Three years after his birth, his family was involved in a feud with local African farmers who stole Timothy as well as other possessions from the family home. After various police searches he was never found and eventually after 3 years of searching the family returned back to Britain.

Early life and education

Two Years following this Timothy Smith began attending African primary school under the Name Tyceron, which the farmers had named him. According to local records at the time, Tyceron became a valued member of the black community, defending black people from police abuse and defending their human rights. Due to the Apartheid law this made him an outcast of the white community. He proceeded to Self imposed exile and began moving around the nations of Africa. During this time no other records were found of him.


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