The freemason society in the United Kingdom are helping raising 1.4 million Kenya Shillings to facilitate schooling of poor children in Kenya.
The freemason are aiding five teenagers who have the ambitions of building school facilities and helping the youths of Nakuru county and the country at large.It is reported that the teenagers have so far raised about KSH 75,000 through charities and are seeking to raise the amount to 1.4 million.
Photo:Kenya Railways Headquarters(Said To Be Constructed By Freemasons)
The teenagers claim that they noted that most of the children from Nakuru come from a poor background and therefore decided to figure out how the can assist them to pursue their education and fulfill their dreams.
The freemason have established their bases in Kenya with sources claiming that they were involved in constructions of elite buildings in Nairobi such as the Supreme Court of Kenya building,State House and the Kenya Railways Headquarters.
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