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Sitting MP clears on claims of joining freemason after Ambrose Rachier's confession

If you have been using any of the popular social media platforms, then you must have came across more than one post or video which is about Gor Mahia chairman, Ambrose Rachier.

Mr. Rachier went viral following an interview with NTV Kenya yesterday, October 2, whereby he confessed that he has been a member of the Freemason secret society since 1994.

Well, Rarieda Member of Parliament (MP) Otiende Amollo, who is Rachier's business partner, has now broken silence about him being a member of the group.

In his statement today, October 3, Amollo distanced himself from the freemason society adding that the law firm the two own, Rachier & Amollo LLP, has no any involvement with the group.

"Interesting times I have seen an interview with 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 and Amollo LLP is not associated with the movement," Atiende Amollo said.

Rachier disclosed that a notable number of prominent Kenyans including ex-chief justice are members of the most secretive society.

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