The Founding father of One Love Household, Satguru Maharaj ji, says corruption in Nigeria might be effectively addressed if the gods are concerned when officers swear oath of workplace.
Maharaj ji made the decision on Saturday at a information convention, NAN stories.
He mentioned Ogun, Ifa, Sango and different conventional gods ought to be thought of in oath swearing in courts and inaugural ceremonies.
“Folks swear with the Bible and Quran and get away unpunished for mismanagement of human and materials sources, fraud and scandals.
“This has led to the destruction of many households and industries. After we swear with the gods, hardly will you see folks embezzle cash,’’ he mentioned.
Maharaj ji mentioned if people who find themselves entrusted with public positions are made to swear by indigenous gods, they may carry out effectively.
He famous that conventional faith ensures checks and balances and suggested the federal government to implement the observe.
“This conventional course of will make our leaders to be on their guard as a result of the gods are swift in executing punishment for crime and injustice, working with fairness and justice”, Maharaj ji added.
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