For the first time, a member of the supposed cultic society Freemason has come out to publicly agree to being a member and went ahead to reveal scary details of the society and what they do . he also demystified theories that the outside public believed happened in the society.
Ambrose Rachier has revealed that for a person to be a member he should be proposed by a member and supported by another. Rachier went ahead to detail who are the members of the charitable society as he called it. He said that business people, ordinary Kenyans, doctors, chief justices, and lawyers were part of them. He said that the community has its set up a hierarchy with the local being district of East Africa. The District of East Africa consisted of Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Seychelles, Madagascar, and Zanzibar.
The revelation by Rachier has demystified many theories about the community. He said that unlike what many believed the community doesn't sacrifice its family members.
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