I’m Sunday Igboho’s spiritual father, don’t compare him to Nnamdi Kanu – Sat Guru Maharaj Ji
The founder of One Love Family, Sat Guru Maharaj ji, said people should stop comparing Yoruba Nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho with the Supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The Prophet, who described himself as the spiritual father of Igboho debunked news making rounds that the Yoruba Nation agitator was arrested at Maharaji religious village situated in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
During an interview with SaharaReporters, Maharaj said Igboho can’t be compared with “Nnamdi Kanu who has a radio station telling people to fight and fight.”
Maharaj disclosed that Igboho got his support and love when he stopped the killings going on in Ibarapa area of Oyo state.
He said, “Somebody living in Soka, they found him in Maharaj’s place, it’s not true. That day, I wasn’t even there.
“As a spiritual father of all creation, everybody comes to Maharaj but on that fateful day, I wasn’t there. I wasn’t in Maharaj place, that’s part of the insinuation being carried about by the same set of people who came to drop (a) dead body here, they are everywhere telling lies about Maharaj.
“I saw him (Igboho) around two or three months ago, I am the spiritual father of all universe. Maharaj nation is the kingdom of heaven on earth. The relationship between me and him is not different from that of a father in creation who gave birth to a son. But I haven’t seen him for the past three months, I read about him and I feel so good about what he did in Ibarapa.”
On the invasion of Igboho’s residence, Maharaj added, “You can’t gang anybody (sic), the government of Nigeria should love Nigeria, they should recognise and respect the people of Nigeria as the most important aspect of Nigeria’s survival and success. So freedom of expression should be allowed.
“Everybody has right to present themselves, you can’t compare Ighoho with Nnamdi Kanu who has a radio station telling the people to fight and fight, even though we can’t be sure it is the Kanu’s boys who go about burning down police stations everywhere for any reason or so ever.
“Sunday Igboho stopped the killings going on in Ibarapa, that was how he won my love. I supported him in that area, he stopped those doing evil.”