Lawyer Ambrose Rachier spoke to NTV reporter Duncan Khaemba on Sunday night about the Freemasonry organisation and the mystery around it. He debunked a lot of romours that had been spread by the church against the secret society and revealed their big role which is aimed at doing charity work.
According to the vocal lawyer and a confessed member of the secret sect, masonic halls can be identified by a citation from King Solomon to God in the Bible on the entrance which is: "I shall build you a house and you shall establish your throne forever.”
Mr. Rachier used this Bible verse as a sign to dispell romours that Freemasonry is associated with devil worship. He further on claimed that the organisation has the temples in big towns across the country including Nyeri, Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa, Eldoret among others.
The Freemasons are also believed to have made a big contribution to some architecture designs including State House, Parliament building, Supreme Court, City Hall, All Saints Cathedral among other iconic buildings.
Source: Nation media.
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