Ambrose Rachier has been assailed by renowned attorney Dr. Miguna Miguna, who chastised him for misleading Kenyans, just a day after instructing citizens of that country about freemasonry during an interview on NTV.Miguna told Ambrose Otieno Rachier to stop fooling Kenyans.Ambrose Otieno Rachier said that he made many Ghor football players make money through the Freemason.
In Kenya most people are Christians and we never like devil worshipping at all.Ethically looking into the matter,devil worshipping is ill-behaviour.Most Kenyans congratulated Miguna for fighting strongly on devil worshipping.Kenyans urged each other to pray for our country.As far as I am concerned,Kenyans should fight devil worshipping at all cost.The Christianity,Islam and Hindu are ideal for all Kenyans.We do not have join cult and satanism to be rich.
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