Rarienda Member of Parliament, Hon Paul Otiende Amollo, who is diehard supporter of ODM party has distanced himself from his law firm partner Ambrose Rachier's Freemasonry movement.
Taking to his social media accounts, Hon Otiende Omollo said that their law firm is not associated with the Freemason movement, despite Rachier being a member of this group.
"Interesting Times! I Have Seen An Interview By My Law Firm Partner Ambrose Rachier On Freemasonry!" Said Hon Amollo. "I Am Not and Will Never Join Freemasonry! Let It Be Known That The Law Firm Of Rachier & Amollo LLP Is NOT Associated With The Movement!" he added.
During an interview with NTV, Mr Rachier, a self-confessed member of the Freemason, revealed that the faction is an open space like a church where any believer walks in and is readily embraced.
He further claimed that Freemason is not a devil-worshiping movement as many believe. What's your view on this? Like, comment and share this article with your friends.
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