A section of Gor Mahia football club supporters have vowed to stage demonstrations in Nairobi tomorrow over the utterances of Rachier where he confessed to being a Freemasonry. Rachier is the Chairman of the Gor Mahia football club.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/TheStarKenya/status/1580115228414554112?s=20
Supporters of the Kenyan football club are shocked their chairman is an alleged devil worshipper a matter he only revealed recently. According to the people, they will stage demonstrations in Nairobi to express their displeasure with Rachier and also to seek for his removal as the Chairman of the club.
Supporters of the club have already presented their request for peaceful demonstrations to the Nairobi police boss. It's however not clear why they want to hold demonstrations instead of just asking Rachier to exit the club.
The issue of freemasonry is something highly feared in the country and it's associated with devil worship. It's also expected that Gor Mahia club is feared of being associated with matters witchcraft and if such goes on, then the club will be no more.
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