The Story of The Living "Black Jesus' Called Guru Maharaj Ji

Guru Maharaj Ji, originally named Mohammed Ajirobatan Ibrahim, is a spiritual leader from Nigeria residing in Ibadan. Identifying himself as a Living Perfect Master, he is also known as Guru Maharaj Ji and sometimes referred to as the “Black Jesus.” He claims to possess the ability to cure all illnesses and solve humanity’s problems.

Born on December 20, 1947, in Ghana, according to an interview with NaijaGists, Guru Maharaj Ji leads a communal group with various names such as One Love Family, the One Love Mission, One Love, One Family, and the Divine Love Family. The group has an ashram called “Satguru Maharaj Ji Village” located near Ibadan on the Ibadan-Lagos Expressway. Members of the group are vegetarians and wear badges as symbols of their loyalty.

Guru Maharaj Ji

In 1989, former members alleged that 200 bodies were buried around the ashram, leading to Ji’s arrest. However, charges were dropped when no bodies were found. In 1999, the ashram was burned down by youths connected to the Iju Youths Progressive Union, who were upset about the alleged killing of a Ghanaian man by devotees. Guru Maharaj Ji and twelve disciples were charged, and he spent several months in jail before being acquitted in 2000.

Despite not believing in marriage, and considering it a distraction, Guru Maharaj Ji has made various predictions and statements over the years. In 2000, he claimed that a visit by US President Bill Clinton to Nigeria was part of an American plan to establish a military base in Nigeria and take control of Africa. In 2003, he attributed the re-election of Olusegun Obasanjo as Nigeria’s president to a “Golden Change” for which he claimed responsibility.

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During the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020, Ji urged Nigerians to move away from religion and the “Holy Ghost syndrome” and embrace divine knowledge to combat the pandemic. On December 21, 2022, he predicted that the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate would win the 2023 general election, citing the South’s demand for the next president to come from that region.

As of the latest available information, Guru Maharaj Ji is still alive, and his followers continue to adhere to his teachings and beliefs.

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