Ambrose Rachier's revelation that he is part of the free Mason has continued to stir reactions from Kenyans of all walks of life.
"Most people in freemasonry are simple Kenyans, some of them businessmen, some are Judges of our courts; there are very few politicians," Ambrose Rachier said.
He said that they have a very thorough system of vetting the people who join the society and crooked people are not allowed to join.
"There is no secrecy, its a question of trying to make sure we don't get crooked joining us; it's like a vetting process," Rachier said.
He said that as a family they have known Ambrose membership in Free Manson but did not expect him to go live on television on the same.
“It should not affect anybody either. My brother has been a member of that society for close to three decades. I think people should just mind their business,"John Rachier asserted.
However, on the other side his cousin, Abwao Nyandera, said he was shocked by the revelation, saying that he didn't expect him to be in the team.
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