Gor Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier has stirred controversy after admitting that he is a member of the Free Mason Society.
Speaking on Sunday, October 2nd during an interview with NTV, Rachier revealed the secrets behind the Freemason cult.
While admitting to be a proud member of the mysterious organisation dispelled that the cult has devil worshipers involving human sacrifices to acquire wealth.
“I am not scared to say I am one of the them [Free Mason] and I don’t regret. My family know that today Ambrose Rachier is going. There is a way we dress and also carry my attire,” said Rachier.
It is an organisation into which you are invited by somebody who knows you. It is not based on any particular religion, we have Muslims, Christians and Buddhist and do not invoke name of Jesus Christ in our meetingsAmbrose Rachier
The seasoned advocate maintained that the organisation is secretive and membership is based on invitation.
Members go to their meetings which happen in specific halls, to propose the name of a new person interested in becoming a Freemason.
The members do not subscribe to any faith or denomination.
“It is an organisation into which you are invited by somebody who knows you. It is not based on any particular religion, we have Muslims, Christians and Buddhist and do not invoke name of Jesus Christ in our meetings” said Rachier.
However, before joining, several interviews and background checks are conducted to ensure that an interested meet their qualifications.
“First is when you get to hear bout it, and you are lucky to get in there — I am saying lucky in the sense that unless you hear it from somebody else, you may never be interested in it,” Rachier added.
Rachier further says that through opaque ceremonies, the values of Freemasonry are propagated from one generation to another hence attracting conspiracy theories from the non-members who don’t understand the practices.
“We have those secrets, if you are at the lower level we don’t even tell you what we do at second or third level. We can’t,” he added.
We join freemasonry to propagate charity. There are a few wealthy people in freemasonry, and there are those people who live ordinary lives like meAmbrose Rachier
In Kenya, only men are allowed to practice Freemasonry.
However, Rachier said that members have started thinking of ways to allow women to join the cult.
The take part in charity ventures and do not engage in corruption and brokering.
Rachier says that influential people such as former chief justices, business tycoons, and politicians are part of society.
“We join freemasonry to propagate charity. There are a few wealthy people in freemasonry, and there are those people who live ordinary lives like me.
Rachier is a founder and senior partner at Rachier & Amollo Advocates.
He took over as Gor Mahia Chairman in 2008 and has held the position to date.