Ambrose Rachier has been on headlines concerning the Freemasonry which is alleged to be satanic. According to reports, Ambrose Rachier who is the chairman of Freemasonry claimed that several people who majority of them are politicians and businessmen are members of Freemasonry something that left Kenyans shocked and with fear.
Rumors were also claiming that For Mahia is also in Freemasonry but new information has emerged. According to reports, For Mahia has distanced itself from Freemasonry. This comes after chairman of Freemasonry Hon. Ambrose Rachier made a confession. From the look of things, nobody wants to be in ant relation with Freemasonry and that is why most people are emerging by distancing themselves from the Freemasonry.
More details will keep on emerging but Ambrose Rachier seems to suffer a huge blow following his confession on Freemasonry as stated earlier.
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