The former Governor of Nairobi County, Mike Sonko has claimed that there was a crisis meeting at Freemason headquarters sharing pictures of a place with several cars parked outside the building.
He alleged that the meeting was called by those in charge of Freemason services among Kenyan citizens and other nationals after a confession by a top lawyer. The lawyer in question according to the Former Governor is a legal practitioner within Nairobi City.
His allegations come a week after Local television aired Freemasonry among a top official of Gor Mahia. The chairman of the local football club confessed that he was a proud member of the Freemasons for many years now.
The program sparked reactions from Kenyans. However, Ambrose Rachier said that he had no regrets about his membership in the Freemasonry that he joined way back in 1994. He revealed that he was introduced to it by friends.
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