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Sensational revelations about freemasons associated to devil worship by many Kenyans cause fear and fallouts

As Kenyans come to terms with sensational revelations about the secrete world of freemasons who many associate with devil worship lawyer Otiende Amollo has expressed shock that his partner Ambrose Rachier is a senior member of the secret society.

Reacting to the revelations that his partner in the lawfirm – Rachier and Amollo LLP is a confessed senior member of freemasons following a television interview, Amollo said the law firm is not associated with such things and that he will never join them.

Amollo who is the Rarieda MP distanced himself with the secret group saying he was surprised that Rachier had confessed to being a member.

“Interesting times! Have seen an interview by my law firm partner Ambrose Rachier on freemasonry! Iam not, will never join freemasonry! Let it be known that the law firm of Rachier & Amollo LLP is not associated with the movement,” said Amollo.

Rachier appearing on TV confessed that he was recruited to the secret organization in 1994 and was happy to belong to the movement but was very scanty on details of its operations.

The confession by Rachier and the airtime it was given by the television station has led many Kenyans asking themselves questions including – why now?

Some associated the coming out of the freemasons to regime change while others say the spiritual awakening of Kenyans may have shaken the secret society whose members may be dwindling hence the open marketing of the covert society.

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