The renowned Kenyan-Canadian laywer, Dr. Miguna spoke about freemasonry in Kenya after the famous Gor Mahia chairman, Ambrose Rachier came clear about being a member of the cult in an interview with NTV on Sunday. [Photo/Courtesy]
Ambrose Rachier, the chairman of Gor Mahia confession, has sparked reactions after he disclosed being a member of the infamous secret group freemason. Speaking on NTV on Sunday, October 3rd, Rachier dismissed claims from people who believe that the group is linked to devil worshipping. [Photo/Courtesy]
Miguna however dismissed the claims of Rachier's counterpart, Otiende Amolo who denied being a member of the freemason. Miguna on his official Facebook page wrote that, "Otiende Amolo has publicly Denied being a member of the Freemasons DEVIL SOCIETY. That's an ADMISSION that he is a Freemason. If in doubt, ask Otiende to explain to Kenyans in 100 words why he wear the same RING in his RIGHT HAND that Rachier also wear." [Photo/Courtesy]
Miguna claimed that Otiende's sentiments were false because having a ring in his finger was a clear indication that he is a member. This topic has however created various reactions and many replied to Miguna's post as shown below;
Migun who is still in Canada is awaited to land in Kenya on the 20th of October as he had earlier stated. In one of his twitter post, he said that President William Ruto had sent him a new passport that was delivered to him. Kenyans are however waiting for his return.
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