Otiendo Omollo who is the current MP for Rarieda has distanced himself from his business associate Ambrose Rachier who on Sunday during a TV interview on NTV claimed to be a member of the freemason Ambrose in the TV interview with Duncan Khaemba claimed he joined the secret organisation in 1994 after being invited by some of his friends.
The MP through his social media distanced himself from also being part of the organisation.Otiendo Omollo clarified that Ambrise Rachier was his business partner but he he was not and would never join the freemasonry.He also notified that the law firm they own together was not associated with the movement.
"Interesting Times.Have seen an Interview by my Law Firm Partner Ambrose Rachier On Freemasonry.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 clarified.
Many people have come out to react to the freemason claims as the topic is always spoken in hushed tones.Below are the reactions;
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