Otiende Amollo: Rachier and Amollo law firm is not associated with Freemasonry


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Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo has distanced himself from of association with Freemasonry.

In response to his law firm partner Ambrose Rachier sentiments on being a member of Freemason, MP Otiende said their partner-law firm is not in any way associated with the movement.

“Let it be known that the law firm of Rachier & Amollo LLP is not associated with the movement,” assured the lawyer.

Have seen an interview by my law firm partner Ambrose Rachier on Freemasonry, I am not and will never join Freemasonry

Otiende Amollo

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Taking to his twitter account, the advocate added that he is not a part of the movement.

“Have seen an interview by my law firm partner Ambrose Rachier on Freemasonry, I am not and will never join Freemasonry,” said the legislator.

Ambrose Rachier, the founding partner of Rachier & Amollo LLP exited different debates after coming out to declare he is a member of the Freemasonry movement.

While being interviewed on NTV, the Gor Mahia club manager said he was introduced to Freemasonry by two friends in 1994.

“I got interviewed, accepted, got initiated and Ive since grown to be a senior officer,” Rachier said.


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