Just a day after offering some lessons to kenyans concerning free masonry during an interview at NTV, Ambrose Rachier has been attacked by famous Lawyer Dr Miguna Miguna who lectured him for fooling kenyans.
Taking to his social media accounts, Miguna wondered why Gem, home Constituency of Rachier, remains to be poor despite the claims that they are offering some charity assistance in form of money and other things.
"Ambrose Rachier hails from dirt poor Gem in Siaya County. If FREEMASONS are champions of CHARITY, how many schools, hospitals, orphanages and shelters for the homeless have they built? How many scholarships has Rachier funded?" Said Dr Miguna.
He further termed Freemasonry as a kind of devil worshipping saying Rachier killed Gor mahia with this cult. "He KILLED Gor Mahia with his devil worship," he added.
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