For followers of Santeria, religious truth takes them to Nigeria.

  • Yabo Jones, 52, sings during a service at the Indigene Faith of Africa church in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Chief Akano Fasina Agboola, of the Indigene Faith of Africa church in Lagos, Nigeria, speaks to worshipers in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Ifayemi Elebuibon, a high priest in the Ifa religion, at his compound in Osogbo, Nigeria, in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Worshipers kneel at the Indigene Faith of Africa church in Lagos, Nigeria, during a ceremony in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Yabo Jones, 52, sings during a service at the Indigene Faith of Africa church in Lagos, Nigeria in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Ifayemi Elebuibon, a high priest in the Ifa religion, at his compound in Osogbo, Nigeria, in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Alexandre Teixeira Ramos, 41, of Brazil, is shown after his six-day initiation into the Ifa religion in Osogbo, Nigeria, in 2014. DAVID OVALLE / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Charles Stewart, a traditional African priest who practices a version of Yoruba religion he learned in Nigeria ,gives a "consultation" and "divination" for his god son Rhod Georges at the temple in his home in Hialeah, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, PETER ANDREW BOSCH / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Charles Stewart, right, a traditional African priest who practices a version of Yoruba religion he learned in Nigeria, gives a "consultation" and "divination" for his god son Rhod Georgesat the temple in his home in Hialeah, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, PETER ANDREW BOSCH / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Charles Stewart, a traditional African priest who practices a version of Yoruba religion he learned in Nigeria, gives a "consultation," and "divination" for his god son Rhod Georges at the temple in his home in Hialeah Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. These are coconut seeds used during the ceremony PETER ANDREW BOSCH / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Charles Stewart, right, a traditional African priest who practices a version of Yoruba religion he learned in Nigeria, gives a "consultation" and "divination" for his god son Rhod Georges at the temple in his home in Hialeah, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014, PETER ANDREW BOSCH / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

  • Ritual variation: This lamp ceremony was performed last year at the Osun Festival in Osogbo, Nigeria. The growth of a back-to-roots movement has widened rifts between the Yoruba faiths’ spreading branches. JON WOOD / WGBH

  • Nathaniel Styes, a Yoruba religious practitioner of the group Osun Village, at a ceremony at the Miami River. Taken during filming for the upcoming PBS series Sacred Journeys about religious pilgrimages. PBS

  • Revelers last year at the Osun Festival in Osogbo, Nigeria. Photo taken for Sacred Journeys, an upcoming PBS series on religious pilgrimages. JON WOOD / WGBH

  • Osun Village Osun Dara dancers in Miami taken last year during filming of PBS’ Sacred Journeys documentary series. PBS