Nga La Ndou Sidoine (28), a member of the Layene brotherhood, at the beach of Yoff after the morning prayer at the masolueum of Seydina Limamou Laye on Korité, the end of Ramadan in Senegal. The Layene claim that it is written in the Koran that the Prophet Mohammed would rise again in a place where two oceans come together., and this is the case in Dakar. Seydina Limamou Laye (1843-1909) the founder of the Layene brotherhood, claimed that he was the Mahdi, the reincarnation of the Prophet Muhhamed. He also claimed that his son Issa Rohou Laye (1909-1949) was the second coming of Jesus Christ: the Layenne brotherhood unites elements of Islam and Christianity in their beliefs.
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