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Satguru Maharaji, the originator of the One Love Family Sect, has approached Nigerians to reconnect with their way of life and convention to abridge the spread of COVID-19.

He decided on Sunday while tending to newsmen at his Maharaj Village on the Ibadan-Lagos road.

The faction head said the most ideal approach to battle COVID-19 in Africa, especially Nigeria, was through culture and convention.

“Before, all the different types of maladies were battled through social and conventional fixes. The dark race must wake up.

“Normally our way of life and convention are currently behind the stage. All we have to do is to reconnect and perceive our customary rulers.

“Any general public that detaches from its way of life and convention to bring in cash will undoubtedly confront a few difficulties,” he said.

He unveiled that Nigerians are tainted with remote infections since they had surrendered their custom and exposed themselves to outside control.

Maharaji said the Ife-Modakeke emergency was settled using 17 yam tubers, water, salt nectar and calabash as penances to different divinities in the land.

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