The Brotherhood is an intriguing story of a matrix of the deadly operations of Nigerian university cult gangs and religious groups set in one of the most populous black nation’s foremost university. Capone Aboy, the head of the Black Eagles confraternity had planned to make his group the most respected and feared confraternity on campus. In order to achieve this, he had to raise funds, manipulate the political system of the Students Union Government and weaken rival confraternities. Everything was taking shape, until Sister Evelyn, a Christian fellowship leader came across his part. Although her effort to get him ‘born again’ was unsuccessful, a strange relationship had developed between the two.
Things were going well for the confraternity until a series of errors by their hit-man triggered a bloody chain reaction which led to the death of several people, including Capone Aboy’s cousin. A cult war ensued leading to a trail of blood, deaths and destruction.
In the moment of victory by the Black Eagles confraternity, Capone Aboy came to realize that despite achieving his desire on campus, his life was empty, and the only thing that meant anything to him was his love for Sister Evelyn.