Sat Guru Maharaji, the founder of the One Love Family has called for President Muhammadu Buhari to rush to him for healing. Maharaji made this call Monday while addressing journalists after a week-long program to celebrated the 30 years of existence of Maharaji Village, DailyPost reports.
“He supposed to seek help from black man and not white men in London.
“Remember the last time he was going out of the country for medical attention, I was the only one said he would come back safe. What I’m saying is that let’s harness our power here to save ourselves.
“You cannot seat down and be saying Maharaji ji is not a Muslim or Christian. Is God a Muslim? So, if he can come to me, I’ll heal him”, he said
Speaking on the crisis in Southern Kaduna, the self-acclaimed living perfect master said that if the people can invoke the holy name of Maharaji on Kaduna, their problems will be over and he added that even El Rufai will flee.
While receiving the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Adetunji, Ogunguniso 1 who was represented by his two wives, Kudirat and Rashidat Adetunji, Maharaji said that civilization started in Ibadan.
He said, “Ibadan is the first Nazareth while Ile Ife is the first Israel. Contrary to insinuation that Maharaji sucks blood, I’m rather a saviour whose name is Akanji Akinbami Ajirobatan, a Yoruba son from Adeoyo in Ibadan and I was prophesied by the first Maharaji as his successor.
“I enjoin us to go back to our root as my mission is to save Yoruba culture from extinction and put stop to religious discrimination in the land. The celebration is a reawakening to embrace love and make sure we don’t longer work in vain but reap from our labour.
“Maharaji is a holy name and a paragon of virtues whom everybody must celebrate. We therefore want your royal majesty to support us to promote the faith to better our society. Ibadan was chosen as the next place of Maharaji after USA because it is a powerful land”, he said.
Responding, one of the wives of Olubadan, Olori Kudirat Adetunji said during their sojourn in London, the white men warned them never to forsake the rich culture of Yoruba.
“We were also told that you are not evil as some people may be saying from some quarters. We believe in your faith and we believe that by your power and support, Olubadan will succeed on his reign “, the queen said.