From the inception of higher institutions of learning in Nigeria, the campuses had been plagued with all forms of societal ills. Thus, in their quest to belong to a campus organization aimed at fighting all these anomalies and also considering their high level of burning desire and zeal to address the issue of service to humanity with a fight against injustice and oppression as the focus, three young male students of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) in Rivers State; addressed in the norsical parlance as:
1. Risengel De Camelus;
2. Eric De Red, and
3. Trupence Ndjamena met each other in the midst of their lamentations and having found out that they all share similar ideologies of the struggle to restore sanity on the campuses, they together conceived the idea of forming the organization at the campus level in 1982 at the University of Port-Harcourt where they schooled.
These three founding fathers almost immediately put up a membership induction programme to enable them acquire male students membership, for without membership in an organization, the said organization might not be able to strive to achieve its set objectives. A number of male students in UNIPORT successfully passed through this induction programme and became members. The organization was then confronted with a lot of problems, which were natural of an organization in its teething stage, but with sheer determination of the founding fathers and other members, the organization came to stay.
Due to the enthusiasm of spreading this hand of struggle for liberation of justice into other campuses of higher learning, some members in UNIPORT following an approval from the founding fathers introduced this organization into Rivers State University of Science and Technology (RSUST) also in Rivers State. Subsequently, the organization was established in RSUST in 1984 with a number of male students as registered members having successfully passed through the initial laid down induction process for intending members. It was later introduced into many other higher institutions of learning across the length and breadth of Nigeria.
At about the mid-1980s, the organization had started producing graduates. In the early 1990s, the number of graduate members had increased tremendously and these graduate members started looking to transition into more reformed organization that would enable them meet up with the challenges of the larger society as opposed to that of the campuses. Also, putting the problems that are usually associated with expansion and growth into consideration, these graduate members started proposing for an exclusive graduate forum that was unanimously approved and therefore the application to get this body incorporated and legalized went on.