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Guru Maharaji ji urges AU to tackle crises rocking African countries

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Satguru Maharaji ji, the founder of the One Love Family sect, has called on the African Union (AU) to tackle the crises rocking some African countries before they get worse.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Maharaji ji made the call while addressing newsmen at the Satguru Maharaji ji Village in Ibadan.

He urged the AU to invite the leaders of the concerned countries for dialogue with a timeline for ending the crises.

The sect leader listed some of the affected countries as Zimbabwe, South Africa, Liberia, Gambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan.

“There are many ways of settling disputes other than the barrel of gun, ” he said.

He also called on President Muhammadu Buhari to empower the EFCC to obtain detailed information on constituency projects executed by the National Assembly since 2007.

The sect leader also recommended that judges accused of fraud should be given sufficient opportunity to defend themselves and must quit their offices to defend themselves.

Maharaji ji further proposed that all monies found with wives of political office holders should be used in the provision of mobile clinics, hospitals, schools and others basic social amenities.

He said the projects should be specifically executed in Niger Delta states of the country and could be extended to other riverside communities in need of government presence.


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