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Gor Mahia fans turn against their club chairman after confessing he is a devil worshiper

Ivan KIGOZI

Kenyan club Gor Mahia FC chairman Ambrose Otieno Rachier surprised the football faithfuls in the country when he made a confession on TV that he is into freemasonry.

Freemasonry is regarded by church as devil worshipping or illuminati and Rachier has since then received a backlash from the Gor Mahia fans.

While appearing on NTV Kenya, Rachier said he was introduced to freemasonry in 1994 by his close friends and said that his freemasonry group is not based on any particular religion.

Rachier said,

” We are not based on any particular religion, we have Muslims in freemasonry, christians, Buddhists, so there is no reference to issues of devil worship whoever the devil is”

but his statement seems too far from convincing the club fans.

Fans have held a peaceful demonstration in a bid to force the Nairobi based lawyer to resign as club chairman.

The club through the general secretary Sam Ochola indicated that the chairman’s affiliation to the freemasons society is his personal journey and not the club’s.

There have been reports indicating that Rachier was involved in a nasty accident something he has since then trashed while revealing he is alive and not bothered about the reports.

Besides being a lawyer, Rachier is also a lecturer at Kenya’s Strathmore University.

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