Freemason is one of the oldest and secretive fraternal organisation in the world whose members are purely men from different states who comes together to conduct their rituals in secret places of worship. It is alleged that they have special halls known as "Lodges" where they conduct all their businesses which include admitting new members and fellowship.
One of the main reason why many people have joined this group is to be wealthy and live a good life. Few days back, one of Kenya's celebrated lawyer identified as Ambrose Rachier publicly admitted that he has been a member of this secretive group for three decades now.
According to Mr Rachier, their main purpose is to participate in charity works either in your village or country depending on your level of income.
Few moments back, Tuko News has shared a story alleging that many buildings in Nairobi were built by this fraternal organisation. Some of them include parliament buildings, Kenya National Archives, Nairobi School, City Hall and All Saint Cathedral.
Their buildings always have a unique style of architecture and that's why the highlighted buildings are related to them.
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