Here’s How Nithyananda’s Fictional Nation, Kailasa, Scammed The City Of Newark

The Newark City Hall acknowledged that it had been scammed by the notorious fugitive Nithyananda’s fictional nation, Kailasa.

The American city of Newark, New Jersey was duped by fugitive Nithyananda’s Hindu nation of Kailasa over the course of five days in January, after the city’s mayor, Ras Baraka, sent an invitation to join a “sister city” partnership with the allegedly-fictional nation.

Several reports claim that the Kailasa delegation accepted an invitation, extended by Baraka, and attended the pact-signing event in Newark a few days later.

At the ceremony, Baraka told a Kailasa delegate:

“I pray that our relationship helps us to understand cultural, social and political development and improves the lives of everybody in both places.”

However, the mayor was unaware that he and the Newark city council was deceived by the imaginary nation and eventually had to own up to their massive faux pas.

The Newark city hall acknowledged that it had been scammed by the notorious fugitive but what’s important to note is that the agreement to become a “sister city” with a fictional country run by a rape-accused, self-proclaimed god-man, lasted six days before officials dissolved it for being “baseless and void.”

Subsequently, a city spokesperson called the incident “regrettable” and added, “the city of Newark remains committed to partnering with people from diverse cultures in order to enrich each other with connectivity, support and mutual respect.”

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