The Black Axe in South Africa is gradually growing to become popular although they are well known in Nigeria.
The Neo-Black Movement of Africa emerged in the 20th century to address injustices and racial inequality. It has attempted to transform relations between races and help those who have traditionally been marginalized.
At the moment, they have become a criminal syndicate movement and a bloody group that is fast spreading into some African countries.
Their stronghold we are told is Nigeria. However, they have some more members in South Africa who are believed to be key figures in internet scams of fraud.
The Black Axe is organized into regional chapters known as “zones,” and the defendants were all leaders within the Cape Town, South Africa, Zone.
Perry Osagiede founded the Cape Town Zone of Black Axe and worked as its zonal head, along with Izevbigie. The Black Axe defendants and other members of Black Axe took part in, and openly discussed, fraud schemes amongst their membership.
From at least 2011 through 2021, the Black Axe defendants and other conspirators worked together from Cape Town to engage in widespread internet fraud involving romance scams and advance-fee schemes; Sahara Reporters revealed.
Many of these fraudulent narratives involved claims that an individual was travelling to South Africa for work and needed money or other items of value following a series of unfortunate and unforeseen events, often involving a construction site or problems with a crane.
The conspirators used social media websites, online dating websites, and voice-over-internet protocol phone numbers to find and talk with victims in the United States while using many aliases.
At the time, their influence is gradually making more South Africans show interest in joining their gang of monetary operations.
They have the notion that once they join them or form part of them, they would be given some financial liberty by being shown how to make money and spend it lavishly.
The South African authorities in collaboration with the US law enforcers are poised to fish them out and deal with them legally.
In order to join the Black Axe in South Africa, you need to do so through an already existing member in order for him or her to lead you through the initiation process.