1.Olorogun Moses Taiga, Chairman, EXECON group of company and retired managing director, Philips Oil. Installed District Grand Master for Nigeria (English Constitution, E.C.) October 31, 2008.
2.Prince Adediji Adedoyin, Lawyer, immediate past District Grand Master for Nigeria, E.C. Handed the baton over to Taiga.
3.Hon. Alabo T.O. Graham- Douglas, Former minister. He is the current Provincial Grand Master of Irish Constitution, I.C
4.Chief Chukka Ifejika, Retired banker and chief executive officer of Printhall Limited. He is the current Provincial Grand Secretary, I.C
5.Dr. Adonye Anye Ibiama, Current DGM, Scottish Constitution, S.C. He Fine country VI of Grand Bony was installed since February this year (2008)
6.Dr. Ishola Musawire Abudu, Orthopaedic surgeon. First Muslim DGM (2003-2008). He handed over to Ibiama

7.Sir. (Justice) Adeymo Alakija, First Nigerian to hold the position of DGM in EC and SC simultaneously.http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_9SoSqLlemN.../s320/duke.jpg
8.Sir (Justice) Louis N. Mbanefo, Former Deputy DGM, OSM chancellor of the Niger Anglican Diocese. Justice of the International Court of Justice, The Hague
9.Justice Emmanuel Araka, Former Provincial Deputy District Grand Master, PDDGM, SC.
10.Rt. Rev. L.G. Vinning, Archbishop of Lagos and Anglican Dioceses of West Africa. He was the District Grand Chaplain of both English and Irish Constitutions simultaneously
11.Rt. Rev. Adelakun Williamson, Archbishop of Lagos and West Africa was past Howells Master of Lodge Scotia No. 1166 SC in 1950 and past District Chaplin of SC
12.Rt. Rev. Adolphus Williams, Archbishop of Lagos and West Africa was Howells installed worshipful Master of Lagos Lodge No. 1171 in 1912
13.Chief Adeyemi Lawson, Lawyer and industrialist, later, leader of the Grail Message Movement
14.Chief (Dr.) G.C. Mbanugo, Past permanent Secretary in Eastern Nigerian and past :PDDGM (1965)
15.Akunne Tom Mbanefo, District Officer
16.Chief Olu Holloway, Public Relations guru of Railway fame. Served as DGM from 1991-1997
17.Chief Meppi Alfred Ivon-Jarret, Turned 92 years old October 2008
18.Otunba Theophilius O.S. Benson, First Republic Minister of Information
19.Justice Adewale Thompson, Former DGM, (SC)1983-1988


20.Oba Okunade Sijuade, Ooni of Ife
21.Donald Duke,the Governor of Cross River State, Nigeria from 29 May 1999 to 29 May 2000
22.Oba Solomon Akenzua II, Oba of Benin
23.Oba Akenzua II, Late Oba of Benin
24.Igwe Alfred Nnameka AchebeObi of Onitsha
25.Oba Okunade Sikiru Adetona Awujale of Ijebu
26.Oba Adesoji Aderemi, Late Ooni of Ife
27.Oba Awolesi, Akarigbo of Remo
28.Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu(OUK),former governor of Abia State
29.Oba Oladepo Ademola II, Oba of Egbaland
30.Omonoba Nedo Eweka I, Late Oba of Benin
31.Ogbuefi Alex Nwokedi, Public Relations guru and now a traditional ruler
32.Cheif Adewumi Rowland, Renowned engineer/consultant in Nigeria
33.Justice F.O.M Atake, DGM (SC) 1993-1998
34.Sir. Adeyemo Alakija, DGM (SC) 1952
35.Hon. N.A.B. Thomas, DGM (SC) 1953-1963
36.Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria past leader
37.Hon. H.B. Philips, DGM (SC) 1963-1968
38.Chief Akitoye Tejuoso, DGM (SC) 1968-1973
39.Chief A.F. Odulana, DGM (SC) 1973-1978
40.Chief (Dr.) Oluyinka Olumide, DGM (SC)1978 – 1983
41.Dr. Chief Adebola Bailey, DGM (SC) 1988-1993
42.Dr. (Engr.) A.A. Adejumo, DGM (SC) 1998-2003
43.Sir. Justice Udo Udoma, Late Supreme Court Justice and Chief Justice of Uganda
44.Oba Adeyinka Oyekan II, Late Oba of Lagos

In Africa, the Craft has, as its members, such eminent sons as John Kuffuor, president of Ghana, Jerry J. Rawlings, his predecessor, Omar Hadj Bongo, president of Gabon, and Paul Biya, president of Cameroon. Others are Blaise Campaore, president of Burkina Faso, Idris Deby, president of Chad, Mamadou Tanja, president of Niger, Denis Sassou Nguesso, president of Congo Brazaville, his predecessor, Pascal Lissouba and Robert Guei, a general and late head of state of Ivory Coast

In South Africa where the country’s parliament is said to be located on a Freemasonry land, Nelson Mandela, the former president is on record as a member. The record shows that he was initiated into black obedience of American Freemasonry called Prince Hall. Kofi Annan, immediate past secretary general of the United Nations, is a prominent Freemason. In Nigeria, Freemasons were in the drivers’ seats in the public and private sectors of the economy from the colonial era up to the late seventies when the Yakubu Gowon military government promulgated a decree which classified Freemasonry as one of the banned secret societies. Its members in the public services were ordered to renounce their membership or resign. Newswatch investigation has revealed that Gowon was bowing to pressures mounted on his government by Islamic leaders, the Baptist and Catholic Churches that were not comfortable with the activities of Freemasons in their fold.